'Search for Surf' - with Bruce Brown and 'Da Bull' Greg Noll
Slightly off-topic, but there are ZERO posts on the Bruce Brown, Dana Brown and Greg Noll discussion boards (except for the one post on the Greg Noll board where I posted this same question that will follow).
Greg Noll, featured in The Endless Summer, during the Waimea Bay sequence, made a bunch of surf movies from 1956 - 1961, several years before The Endless Summer. They were all titled "Search for Surf".
Dana Brown, Bruce Brown's son, sat down for months and compiled a reel of the Search for Surf films, then sat down Bruce Brown (who is very young in these films) and Greg Noll to watch the reel and record their commentary - which is priceless!!!!
I bought this on VHS many years ago from Surfer Magazine, maybe around 1990? Anyway, it is available now, as a paid download through The Surfers Network (http://www.thesurfnetwork.com/product/?ID=733301c546c6a6108f1a388fa1c9 b914)
I did buy it, the quality is great, more people should see this, certainly if they have any love for classic early surfing days and want to see some famous spots when they were first surfed.
Dana Brown is credited as producer and director, Bruce Brown and Greg Noll get credit as narrators. As I mentioned, I think this came out around 1990 or so. How to get this listed on IMDB.com???