Following the banning and burning of his novel, "The Rainbow," D.H. Lawrence and his wife, Frieda, move to the United States, and then to Mexico. When Lawrence contracts tuberculosis, they return to England for a short time, then to Italy, where Lawrence writes "Lady Chatterley's Lover." Written by
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He was D.H. Lawrence. She was his Lady Chatterley. Their extraordinary romance was more tempestuous than any he wrote.
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The motion picture's opening title card reads: "The office of Herbert G. Muskett - London, 1924". Muskett was portrayed in the film by Sir John Gielgud
the film being Gielgud's first released after Arthur
(1981) where he had won the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award (Oscar). See more