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    Henry Maurice Landemare

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    moo moo

    My first date at a drive in was for endless summer 1…my date was pissed cuz I just wanted to watch the movie!

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    Jeff Bruce

    Very, VERY cool~~first i've seen #2~~i remember "66 and the first one~~i was 14 and into snow, but caught this and yearned to surf also~~never did the board thing, but body surfin ended up to be my summer thang~~just one fin and some good surf is all it took~~thx for the post, ehya

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    Jonathan Bouic

    My dad started surfing after watching the first Endless Summer movie in 1973. When the second one came out in 1993, he brought my brother and I to the theater. We both started surfing the very next day. Couldn't thank you enough Bruce Brown! Rest in peace, Sir.

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    Safina Khan

    don’t watch this unless you’ve watched endless summer 1. Together they r the best surfing movies ever

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    David Sloan

    A pure masterpiece, It had me smiling during the whole film and such great vibes, thanks to all that produced and made this great film…..Cheers and keep on surfing 🙂

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    62shalaka

    Too bad I never pursued surfing when I was young. No beaches where I live. But I sure like watching it done right!

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    r3dfella

    Does anybody know what the story is behind the "guy with the seaplane" at 25:00. He totally destroys his plane. I'm assuming it was a gag, but curious if there is a story behind it.

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    Ryan B

    This film helps make sense of why the original is so timeless and why this one isn't. You have two films with the exact same idea and one captures the imagination and is truly inspiring, while the other is your typical surf flick. The original film is a surf adventure from a bygone age and it shows an unpopulated world to be explored as well as an inviting world where two young boys can head out to exotic and tropical lands to find perfect waves. It also portrays a time when tourism and the population in general hadn't reached the epic proportions it does today, hence the (manufactured) scene where Hyson, August and Tarance of Arabia pass the scorching desert and reach over the bluff to find the perfect wave has been edited to show the boys standing on the bluff looking at "luxury" houses. Both scenes are manufactured, although one is inspiring and the other ……..isn't. In a lot of his comments the newer film seems to reveal Bruce Brown's own frustration with the loss of the world he experienced during the first film. The original film is still inspiring because the idea still exists.

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    Old School

    When I’m feeling down and depressed, like right now, this seems to be the only thing that helps me smile a little bit more. Thank you, Bruce, and Sur Fox for posting.

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    Ben Cooper

    I remember when this movie came out when i was a grom. I come from a small coastal town in Northern NSW Australia (they actually visit it in this film). The local town hall played it on a large projector screen for all the groms and surfers to watch. Simple times but full of stoke!

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    superspeeed

    "tens of thousands of years"… Well he's not wrong, but it's more like billions of years would be a better measure

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    Chulin357 Mujica

    Great movie
    Living in PuertoRico we would watch this and hit the beach!!🏄 UP!!
    LLEVALA GREMOO!!
    PELICANO SURF CREW!!
    Watch LA BRUJA good surf movie!!

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    Bruce G.

    I remember when I was in school (1960's), we had been surfing a few years and all these surfing movies started coming out. We saw every one of them. Then The Endless Summer was published and everybody went crazy over this movie and the part about Cape St. Francis. They still charge to see it. ES II is very good, but nothing will ever match The Endless Summer. Bruce Brown was a genius.

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    Pate Futch

    Most people don’t know the “pilot of the plane” is actually Bruce Brown doing a cameo and the crash was actually real lol but not by Bruce. The real pilot actually over corrected and just missed some power lines and crashed. It took them a year to get it off that creek lol but theeeeey got it

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    Steven Alvarez

    Something about this film I’ve seen for years that makes you feel pretty good to be living next to the ocean, SD California!

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    wildsmiley

    I’m one of those crazy people who (slightly) prefer The Endless Summer II to the classic original. It feels like we go more places in this one, and you get a better sense of the personalities of our two surfers, Pat and Wingnut, compared to Mike and Robert in the first. More humor, more incredible sights and I think it was smart to follow a longboarder and a shortboarder, so get a mix of the classic way and the modern.

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    Bruce G.

    Good, but not like the first. I remember going to a movie theatre in about 1966 and seeing it. Incredible. Especially Cape St. Francis.

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    Nitroracing71 Ho-Boa

    3:00 am experiencing some horrible PAIN! Endless summer take my brain away from pain!!! Awwww relaxing now…. Thanks…

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    Bud Spencer

    I pled for Endless Summer 3 in the year of 2024. That is 30 years after Endless Summer 2 and 60 years after Endless Summer 1.

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    69Applekrate

    Excellent feel good movie! I remember seeing it in the theatre. I purposely sat in the front row to 'take it all in"! Just love it. thank you

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    Brad Burney

    endless summer 2 has 1 mil views and the first one only has 47k. how do you watch the second one but not the first!?

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    dousola

    Please help me! Does anyone know what's the name of the delightful Latin played on guitar at 26.00 mn ??? I'm dying with envy.

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    Marvin Mobley

    Im not a fighting man but those guys on that beginning big wave segment that are dropping in on each other need to be punched in the head

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