Andy Warhol's 'San Diego Surf' film finally to premiere ... after 44 years

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In 1968, Warhol and a group of artists moved into a mansion in La Jolla, California, hoping to make an edgy movie that involved California surfers. Surf culture was exploding on the heels of Bruce Brown's 1966 documentary "The Endless Summer," and surfing's grittier side in San Diego seemed the perfect backdrop for their story of a married couple, on the edge of divorce, trying to find a suitor for their pregnant daughter. 

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