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Skateboarding DVD Video Review:Thrasher's Hitting The Streets

Thrasher's Hitting The Streets - DVD Skateboarding Snowboarding skateboard snowboard DVD Video Review Four Star skateboard DVD review rating

Director: Bryce Kanights
Studio: High Speed Productions
Released: 1996
Rating: 4 Stars

Chris Pastras, Bob Burnquist, Kurt Reefe, Tim McKenney, Zack Hudson, Allan Petersen, Brian Goberman, Greg Harris, Dan Drehobl, Domingo Vasquez, Pancho Moler, Gershon Mosely, Carl Watson, Jake Jones, Paul Sharpe, Mike Carroll, Satva Leung, Devun Walsh, Chris Keeffe, Arto HJackson, Chris Clarke, Mike Rafter, Collin McKay, Darren Navarette, Duane Peters, Mark Gonzales, Rune Glifberg, Wade Speyer, Sergie Ventura, Mike Crum, Barry Walsh, Salman Agah, Remy Stratton, Tom Boyle, Tom Penny, Max Schaaf, Brian Patch, Tony Hawk, Chet Childress, Chris Senn, Omar Hassan, Steve Olson, Eric Koston, Chad Muska, Tim Brouch, Greg Hunt, Jeremy Wray, Kareem Campbell, John Cardiel , Chet Thomas, Phil Shao, Ed Tempelton, Ethan Fowler, Jeff Logan, Jim Gagne, Justin Strubing, Ron Whaley, Richard Paez, Chad Fernandez, Matt Rodriguez, Stevie Williams, JB Gillet and many more...

Originally released on VHS in 1996, Hitting The Streets is part of Thrasher Magazine's Skate Video Collection which consists of their first 18 videos.

Thrasher released Hitting The Streets to inform us all about the wonderful world of skateboarding - something none of us really knew about. Chris Pastras dons a horrible suit and tie to pose as news reporter Rupert Safkin who diligently walks us through this phenomenon. Yay!

With a cast of millions this latest delivery of montage-format sk8 videos show everyone doing everything. From the Battle of the Bays contest to Consolidated's Tour Con Soul, all bases are covered. This is another great flick for kicking back with a couple of beers and enjoying all that is skateboarding. At the mile-a-minute pace you'll get a lot!

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