In 1966, Bruce Brown took two surfers, Mike Hynson and Robert August, on a trip around the world in search of the perfect wave. As legend has it, the concept for the resulting film — follow summer around the world to make for “The Endless Summer” — was suggested to Brown by a travel agent friend. Rather unexpectedly, the amateur-ish film not only grossed a stunning $20 million ($136 million in 2011 dollars), but also nearly single-handedly created the entire industry of surf travel, which now moves billions of dollars annually. Surfers from amateurs to pros took to the air, to dirt roads, to boats, and these days to sea planes and helicopters ostensibly in pursuit of waves, but just as much to roam the world with a sense of purpose and intent.
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