Muscle Beach (film)  

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Muscle Beach (1948) is a short documentary film directed by Joseph Strick and Irving Lerner, showing amateur athletes and bodybuilders at "Muscle Beach" in Santa Monica, California. The soundtrack consists of songs sung by Earl Robinson.

This film and The Savage Eye (1959) were restored by the Academy Film Archive in 2008 and premiered in February 2009 at San Francisco Cinematheque.




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