In his teens, Doug Harris worked summers unloading watermelon trucks from Florida and at an animal hospital, where he learned to properly dispose of dead bodies. Then, in his twenties, Harris got through film school by working night shifts as a hospital orderly — once again wrapping and transporting dead bodies. Though it was hard to leave the cadavers behind, at 24 Doug co-wrote and directed the feature film Remembering Mel, which became a cult classic. Today he runs an award-winning video production company, Hot Spots Productions, in Montreal.
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