Makai Side: How Did We Get Here? A History of Surfing in Hawaii

Hawaiian Surfing history from the beginning; covering depictions of 18th century surfers by British artists aboard trade ships through Duke Kahanamoku, highlights of the 20s and 30s, Makaha and Hawaiian Culture in the 40s, the accomplishments by the heavies in the 50s and 60s, the innovations of the 70s, and the power surfers of the eighties. Credits in no particular order: Duke Kahanamoku Ambassador of Aloha The Father Modern Surfing Matt Warshaw The Encyclopedia of Surfing The Associated Press Rell Sunn Heart of The Sea Lisa Denker Charlotte Lagarde New Day Films Eddie Aikau Upon The Tides ESPN Christopher Hayzel Commentary Randy Rarick Clyde Aikau Filmmakers Bruce Brown Bud Browne Larry Lindberg Eric Blum Greg MacGillivray Jim Freeman Greg Knoll Greg Huglin Gary Capo Spider Wills Alan Rich Allen Maine Hal Jepsen Fred Hemmings Don King Photographers (Those that could be identified) Leroy Grannis Ron Stoner Vintage Film Clips of the Early 19th Century Pyramid Films Robert C. Bruce Novelties Robert Ullman Jr. Periscope Films Writers Jason Borte Malcolm Gault Williams Herman Melville Makani Video Editor Philip Scott Waikoloa Video Consultant Peggy Johnson Research Philip Scott Waikoloa Production Maui Salt and Sage Magazine in cooperation with Ocean Dojo

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