Listen in as Doug continues to tell his tale of being a 1st AC in New York for more than four decades. You'll learn all about the odd way John Landis likes to start conversations (and what jokes you should never tell in his presence), how hard it is to pull focus on the elusive Robert Redford, the wonderful paychecks from the Brooklyn Bridge, how much fun stunt work can be on films like 'The Hardway,' and how nimble Spike Lee can be when things really start to heat up on-set.
Doug sits down with Cinematic Immunity to talk about growing up on set with his dad and brother, his start in the business as a 1st Assistant Cameraman, shooting documentaries all over the world, and then coming home to New York City to work for the Master of Darkness - cinematographer Gordon Willis - for over ten years. They would go to work for Woody Allen, making six of his classic films. Part 1 of our interview covers the first two decades of Doug's illustrious career. Tune in next week for Part 2 of Doug's interview with Cinematic Immunity for more first-hand stories that you won't hear anywhere else.