Morning, Noon and Night. [This production was composed of the following 1- act shows: Morning, Noon, and Night. "Morning" Written by Israel Horovitz. "Noon" written by Terrence McNally
. "Night" written by Leonard Melfi
[earliest Broadway credit]. All 3 acts directed by Theodore Mann
. Henry Miller's Theatre: 28 Nov 1968- 11 Jan ...
Sorrel Booke | Sorrell Brooke
5' 6" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
The final day had to come sooner or later. In this case, it was later. [on the end of Dukes of Hazzard]
According to John Schneider in the DVD commentary for the first episode of "The Dukes Of Hazzard", Sorrell could speak fluent Japanese. He recounts that in one episode, Booke and guest star Andrew Robinson, who also spoke Japanese, played a trick on James Best (Sherriff Roscoe P. Coltrane) where they spoke all of their dialog in a scene in Japanese, thus leaving Best confused.