Thursday, June 7, 2012

Don Dohler: Uncontained Imagination « Baltimore Filmmakers


Baltimore Filmmakers posted a nice article about my friend, the late Don Dohler. Here's the link: Don Dohler: Uncontained Imagination « Baltimore Filmmakers.

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  1. I enjoyed CINEMAGIC magazine in the 70s and actually enjoyed, in a way, many of Don's films. I was sad to hear how things turned out for him. I recently saw the documentary about Don, and one glaring question is never answered... What did Don do for money between films? It seems he was able to maintain a house and suburban life from the 70s to the 2000s while devoting lots of time to his movies, yet the income he earned from that alone couldn't have kept him going.

  2. Hi, Droopy. Your comment got caught in my spam filter, so I didn't see it until now. Sorry about that. To answer your question, Don was a newspaper editor. His filmmaking was part time. Though, he spent a lot of time working on his films, as you know. Back in the early days, he and his wife also had a mail-order business. He was an enterprising guy.

    Thanks for asking.

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