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Endless Summer Fun in this 80's classic in Retro-VHS packaging!

It's an endless summer of fun when C. Thomas Howell and Peter Horton hit the beach at Malibu in this high-spirited tribute to the California lifestyle.

The sizzling sands of Malibu set the scene as Monroe meets a beautiful marine biologist and is recruited to play California's hottest new sport, professional volleyball. Soon he's competing against the big boys (played by pro-circuit stars Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos). But it's only when Monroe teams up with Zack Barnes (TV's "Thirtysometing's" Peter Horton), the original "King of the Beach," that he learns just how much fun success - and teamwork - can truly be.

Endless Summer Fun in this 80's classic in Retro-VHS packaging!

It's an endless summer of fun when C. Thomas Howell and Peter Horton hit the beach at Malibu in this high-spirited tribute to the California lifestyle.

The sizzling sands of Malibu set the scene as Monroe meets a beautiful marine biologist and is recruited to play California's hottest new sport, professional volleyball. Soon he's competing against the big boys (played by pro-circuit stars Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos). But it's only when Monroe teams up with Zack Barnes (TV's "Thirtysometing's" Peter Horton), the original "King of the Beach," that he learns just how much fun success - and teamwork - can truly be.

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Endless Summer Fun in this 80's classic in Retro-VHS packaging!

It's an endless summer of fun when C. Thomas Howell and Peter Horton hit the beach at Malibu in this high-spirited tribute to the California lifestyle.

The sizzling sands of Malibu set the scene as Monroe meets a beautiful marine biologist and is recruited to play California's hottest new sport, professional volleyball. Soon he's competing against the big boys (played by pro-circuit stars Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos). But it's only when Monroe teams up with Zack Barnes (TV's "Thirtysometing's" Peter Horton), the original "King of the Beach," that he learns just how much fun success - and teamwork - can truly be.

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