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Documentary salutes Pete McCloskey

by Sean Howell

Filmmaker Rob Caughlan spent eight years trying to pack an account of the life and career of Pete McCloskey into his allotted 54 minutes, the length of the program that will run on KQED-TV (Channel 9) on Sunday, July 5, as part of the station's "Truly CA" series.

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Posted by John C. Chendo
a resident of another community
on Jul 3, 2009 at 4:48 am

Rob Caughlan was a founder and president of the Surfriders Association. He understands the connection between "the pursuit of happiness" and environmental politics, sports and justice. This documentary should be watched for the history it shows of America and our world, and for the courage it takes to live.


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