A young girl travels to California with a couple of friends in order to visit her brother, whom she hasn't seen for some time. After they arrive it doesn't take long for them to get into the swing of things and also to attract the attention of the local police sergeant, who is strictly anti-surfing. Pretty soon there is a falling out between the local surfers and it becomes clear that her brothers reputation is far greater than reality and his lifestyle is not all it appears to be. Written by
Kevin Steinhauer <K.Steinhauer@BoM.GOV.AU>
Rare footage of classic groups including The Routers (Michael Z. Gordon, Scott Engel and Rand Viers), The Astronauts and many other surf groups..
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Did You Know?
As the film opens, the three female leads are driving on a highway in a 1964 Dodge convertible, towing a travel trailer, and there are no other vehicles in front of or behind them. In the next shot, taken from the next lane and in front of the Dodge, there is an early 1960s Studebaker Hawk two-door following behind them. In the following shot, taken from behind the Dodge, the Studebaker has disappeared and there are no other cars following them. See more
[During Len and Skeet's fight, voiced off-camera
He's got a head injury. You might kill him.
[Skeet punches Len in the stomach
Referenced in A Deeper Shade of Blue
If I Were an Artist
Written by 'By' Dunham
and Bobby Beverly
Performed by Bobby Vinton See more