Douglas McKeown


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Douglas McKeown terrorized several Metuchen, New Jersey neighborhoods in the 1950s and as a teenager, filmed a T-Rex devouring his brother. After a brief career teaching film, theatre and literature in the early 1970s (several of his students went on to distinguish themselves in television, the movies, and on the Broadway stage), he moved to New ... See full bio »

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 1996 The Watermelon Woman (written by: film recreations, "Plantation Memories" and "Souls of Deceit" - as Doug McKeown)
 1983 The Deadly Spawn (screenplay) / (story)
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 1996 The Watermelon Woman (directed by: film recreations - as Doug McKeown)

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Co-writer, director of two faux-archival scenes in "The Watermelon Woman" (1996) See more »

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Doug McKeown

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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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influential schoolteacher in the early 1970s whose students included magician David Copperfield, filmmaker Richard Wenk, and "Animaniacs" creator Tom Ruegger

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