Children of the Sun

This will stir the happiest memories in any surfers life... never to be forgotten fun-filled days. Filmed around the virgin coastline of New Zealand and the classic points of Northern Queensland, this film is an amazing chronicle of a time now looked on as the golden years of surfing. The styles and beach scenes; the cars, people and fashions; surfing during the mid to late 60s...the New Era!

Year: 1968
Genre: Documentaries, Sport, New Zealand Docos, Surfing Docos
Country: NZ
Starring: George Greenough, Wayne Parkes, Russell Hughes, Bob McTavish
Duration: 55 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Documentary (Surfing)



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