Hobie Presents The Bruce Brown Film Collection; ‘Waterlogged Wednesdays’
Dana Point, CA- Hobie Surf Shops proudly announce plans to share the entirety of The Bruce Brown Film Collection at our ‘Waterlogged Wednesdays’ movie nights. Brown’s films are extraordinary time capsules, documenting the surf, motorcycle, and beach lifestyle of the 50’s through the 70’s. The films are true treasures of the golden age of surfing. We feel privileged to be able to show them at our Dana Point Shop, free of charge, with all generations of Brown fans.
“The films just fit here. They each showcase so much Hobie history, it’s so exciting to share them.” said Amanda Dunlap, Hobie Dana Point manager. “We want everyone in the community to feel welcome to come. Bring the family, your friends, a blanket, snacks. We will be showing each film on our big screen in the parking lot, on the first Wednesday of the month, in the order they were made, starting with ‘Slippery When Wet’ on November 5th, and ending with ‘On Any Sunday’ on June 3rd. We’ll have popcorn and treats too. And, of course, we will reach out to all the stars of the films and ask them to come.”
November 5th – Slippery When Wet (1958)
December 3rd – Surf Crazy (1959)
January 7th – Surfin’ Shorts (1960)
February 4th – Barefoot Adventures (1960)
March 4th – Surfing Hollow Days (1961)
April 1st – Waterlogged (1962)
May 6th – The Endless Summer (1964)
June 3rd – On Any Sunday (1971)
Time :: All Movies Start at Sundown.
Location :: Hobie Dana Point. 34174 Pacific Coast HWY. 92629. 949-496-2366
ABOUT HOBIE SURF SHOP
Hobie Surf Shops were founded in February 1954 by Hobie Alter. Dedicated to the idea of quality and innovation, the customer experience has always been our number one priority. We have 5 locations with deep roots serving the Orange County coastal communities. Come in and say ‘Hi!’ we love seeing you.
ABOUT BRUCE BROWN FILMS
Bruce Brown Films (BBF) is a film production company created nearly 60 years ago that produced a number of lifestyle documentary films, the most notable of which being The Endless Summer (1964) and On Any Sunday(1971), which garnered an Academy award nomination for Documentary Feature. Today, BBF continues to provide its loyal fan base and general public with filmmaker BruceBrown’s classic films and associated images for current and future generations to cherish.