The Endless Summer

"The Endless Summer" is the greatest surf movie ever made. "On any day of the year, it is summer somewhere in the world..."

Join Robert August and Mike Hynson as they follow the summer season to Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii, and California in search of the perfect wave.

Bruce Brown's masterpiece is simultaneously an adventure and a documentary. It reflects the essence and the spirit of surfing without losing the naivety and innocence of surf exploration.

"The Endless Summer" is a surf trip into the unknown, in a time when there were no surf reports, weather forecasts, internet, and mobile phones.

The film ticks all the boxes of the surfers' lifestyle and is well-known for its multiple humorous puns and references to the sport's cultural stereotypes.

"The Endless Summer" is the first movie every surfer should watch. The decade might pass by, but it still is the ultimate surf film of all time.

Movie Information

Release date: June 15, 1966
Director: Bruce Brown
Actors: Michael Hynson, Robert August, Lord James Blears, Terence Bullen, Roy Crump, Chip Fitzwater, Chuck Gardner, Wayne Miyata, Steven R. Davis, Mickey Dora, Phil Edwards, Greg Noll, Dave Thynell, Butch Van Artsdalen
Running time: 1:35:00
Producer: Bruce Brown Films
MPAA Rating: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)