New to our DVD collection is…

The Complete Gidget Collection (Gidget / Gidget Goes Hawaiian / Gidget Goes to Rome).

Amazon’s description of the first movie is:

“Just remember, she might be pint-sized, but she’s quite a woman.” The original surfer girl gets her own three-film DVD collection, dippy fun from a more innocent time. 1959’s Gidget made real surfers nauseated, but it’s a kicky movie with some great lounge-era lingo. Sandra Dee, perkiness personified, plays the curious teen who breaks the gender line in surfing. She’s also got the attention of surf-happy Moondoggie (James Darren) and the big Kahuna (Cliff Robertson), the latter the prototype of the surf bum who roams the globe in search of the endless summer. The film actually kicked off the great boom in surfing popularity (the Beach Boys and the Beach Party movies followed), much to the chagrin of purists. It was based on a novel by Frederick Kohner, who was inspired by his daughter’s experiences.

As always, if you would like to place a hold, please call the library at 985-2173 or visit our website.

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