BUNKER 77

By Takuji MASUDA

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Documentary - Completed 2015

Bunker77 is a feature length documentary film which chronicles the wild, brief life of a surfing legend and international playboy, Bunker Spreckels.

The film project follows the success of its book Bunker Spreckels, Surfing’s Diving Prince of Decadence published by Taschen.

    • Year of production
    • 2015
    • Genres
    • Documentary
    • Countries
    • USA
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Duration
    • 86 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Takuji MASUDA
    • Synopsis
    • The tale of Bunker Spreckels (1949–1977) reads like a pitch for a movie to rival Boogie Nights: the stepson of Clark Gable is a privileged Los Angeles party boy who is heir to a multimillion dollar fortune; passionate about surfing, martial arts, guns, and women, he lives the life of a debauched international jet-setter before succumbing to his excesses at the tender age of 27.
      The film project follows the success of its book Bunker Spreckels, Surfing’s Diving Prince of Decadence published by Taschen.

      Starring: Laird Hamilton, Tony Alva,
      Johnny Knoxville, Rory Russell,
      Kenneth Anger, Ellie Silva, Bunker Spreckels and Clark Gable
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