A humor-laced episodic memoir, Brother Dog is the story of a working-class childhood in the rural South during the 1950s and 60s, striving to become a filmmaker on an ever-expanding stage, helping elect a friend to the presidency, and anecdotal encounters with Chuck Berry, Prime Minister Tony Blair and other luminaries, all rich in imagery, grit, and humor.
About the Author
Harry Thomason’s meteoric rise from coaching high school sports in Arkansas to producing feature films in Hollywood and rubbing shoulders with presidents is a seeming Horatio Alger tale of toil, sweat, ingenuity, and success. Together with his wife, Linda Bloodworth Thomason, he produced the hit CBS TV series, Designing Women. Thomason’s credits include producer of six feature films, two presidential inaugurations, and more. Harry Thomason lives in Encino, California.