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A documentary showcasing water sports activities such as sailboat racing and surfboard riding, including Christian Peterson doing a human surfboard at 45 mph.

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Ray McCarey
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Cast

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Pete Smith ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Christian Peterson Christian Peterson ... Himself - National Surfboard Champion
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We are taken around San Diego harbor in search of people partaking in different water sporting activities. We first encounter several water surfboarders, some who are doing acrobatic stunts, such as national surfboard champion Christian Peterson, who himself is acting as the surfboard itself. The stunts are not always successful, but which may ultimately be achieved through more practice. The surfboarding can also be dangerous in the busy and crowded harbor. Next, we come across a six meter sailboat race, which is just starting, and has an exciting finish. Written by Huggo

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 1935 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Søsport See more »

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Production Co:

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) See more »
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Mono (Western Electric Sound System)
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I'm All Adither
30 May 2014 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

Pete Smith was head of publicity for MGM. He had a snarky voice and began to narrate some short subjects for the company... and spent twenty years talking and producing. He was nominated for a dozen and a half Academy awards and even won two or three times.

This short, which is about things like sailing and surf boarding is a fairly typical example of his early work. He sounds excited and like he knows no one is going to believe that anyone cares, especially him, at the same time. Combine this with the usual solid camera-work that Metro could do at this point -- particularly since it was clearly shot silent with sound added in the mixing room -- and you can understand why he did stuff like this for two decades while holding down a day job.


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