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The Sunshine Sea (1973)

NR 1 hour  29 minutes Surfing
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The Sunshine Sea is a surfing film about the changes that have raised the art of surfing from the limitations of the past to the free and easy harmony of the 1970s.

George Greenough, Gerry Lopez, Jeri Poppler

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Synopsis In a world of industrialization, population, explosion, and environmental destruction the surfer somehow has managaed to establish a wonderful harmony with the oceans' waves and nature. "The Sunshine Sea" is a surfing film about the changes that have raised the art of surfing from the limitations of the past to the free and easy harmony of today. Greg MacGillivray and Jim Freeman embark on a surfers' odyssey with champion surfers David Nuuhiwa, Nat Young, Mark Martinson, and Bill Hamilton in Portugal, France, Hawaii, and California. From the makers of the all time classic, "Five Summer Stories," comes "The Sunshine Sea," a reflection of the happiness of surfing.
Genres Classic Surfing
Athletes George Greenough, Gerry Lopez, Jeri Poppler, Margo Oberg, Martha Sun, David Nuuhiwa, Mike Doyle, Mark Martinson, Bill Hamilton, Keith Paull, Jose Angel, Ricky Grigg, Roy Crump, Barry Kanaiaupuni, Mike Tabeling, Joann Zerfas, Jock Sutherland, Butch Van Artsdalen, Miki Dora, Nat Young, Steve Barger
Studio MacGillivray Freeman Films
Rating not rated
Running Time 1 hour  29 minutes
Audio Language English | Stereo
Streaming Resolution SD | 640x480
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