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"Thank you for showing us the world as you saw it, Bruce Brown," Kelly Slater, 11-time world champion surfer, said in an Instagram post Monday.
"There are never enough words to say goodbye properly." Brown, who took up surfing in the early 1950s, had made five other documentaries about the sport before "The Endless Summer," including 1958's "Slippery When Wet" and 1960's "Barefoot Adventure." Like all the others, it was shot on a tiny budget with Brown performing nearly every duty, from camera operator to narrator.
The trio's charisma and the film's natural beauty made it an unlikely hit.Changes to the Terms and Conditions We may revise and update these Terms and Conditions from time to time in our sole discretion.All changes are effective immediately when we post them.LOS ANGELES — Bruce Brown, whose 1966 surfing documentary "The Endless Summer" molded the image of the surfer as a seeker of adventure and fulfillment and transformed the sport, has died. Brown died of natural causes Sunday in Santa Barbara, said Alex Mecl, general manager of Bruce Brown Films.Along with the music of the Beach Boys, Brown took surfing from a quirky hobby to a fundamental part of American culture.
Some surfers blamed Brown's film for turning their serene spots into forever-crowded hotspots.