Joey Cabell presents “Joey Cabell: Legend Of Surf” with special guest Paul Strauch
Wednesday, March 15
Doors open at 6pm
Presentation begins about 6:45
Seating is limited! RSVP to (760) 721-6876
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$10 General Admission
$5 Current CSM Members
Call in with your credit card to (760) 721-6876 or purchase at the California Surf Museum. Open daily 10-4.
“Joey Cabell: Legend of Surf” is the story of the legendary championship surfer who helped revolutionize the sport in the 1960s in Hawaii, while becoming the ultimate renaissance man as a world-class sailor, skier and entrepreneur in launching the famous “Chart House” restaurant brand.
Cabell is recognized as one of the finest all-around surfers of the ’60s and one of the decade’s best and most accomplished competitors, be it the biggest of waves or small, hotdogging surf. He captured numerous surfing titles, the 1969 Duke Kahanamoku Invitational among them. He also has appeared in more than a dozen surf movies including Bruce Brown’s classic “The Endless Summer.” The ultimate renaissance man, he is an expert canoe sailor, open-ocean catamaran racer, sailor, and skier. In 1985, Surfer magazine named him as one of “25 Surfers Whose Surfing Changed the Sport.” Joining him on Surfer magazine’s elite list of those who changed the sport, is his guest for the evening, Paul Strauch.
Strauch is considered one of the most influential figures in the 60s era. Born and raised in Honolulu, his free surfing versatility and mastery of the waves is demonstrated by his creation of the nose-riding stance known as the “cheater five,” and being known as the first surfer to do bottom turns in big surf. He also, at the age of 16, won the juniors division of the 1959 Makaha International.
Film run time: 60 min. Discussion follows.