(1961) He directed D.H. Lawrence's stage adaptation of his novel, "Lady Chatterley," at the Arts Thearte Club in London, England with Jeanne Moody, Walter Brown, Tom Criddle, Jack Lambert, Caroline Blakiston, and Joan Young in the cast.
Did You Know?
Alan Cooke was a classmate of two famous directors, Tony Richardson and John Schlesinger, at Cambridge. His brother, Malcolm, was the film editor of such films as "Far From The Madding Crowd." His nephew, Dominic, is the artistic director of the Royal Court Theatre in London.