Alan Cooke

Highest Rated: 63% Young Adam (2004)
Lowest Rated: 6% Death Wish 3 (1985)
Birthday: Mar 29, 1926
Birthplace: Not Available
British director Alan Cooke specialized in made-for-television movies and has made many on both sides of the Atlantic. He started out as a theater director following WWII. He entered television work during the 1950s and directed his first television movie, The Ship That Couldn't Stop (1961). He also directed episodes of such series as The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes and Out of the Unknown. In 1979, Cooke emigrated to the United States and became a director of television series episodes. His credits in this area include Lou Grant, Matlock, and Beauty and the Beast.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
63% Young Adam Bob M'bussi $0.7M 2004
No Score Yet I. D. Mynton Mbula 1999
57% Shooting Fish Car Park Attendant 1998
6% Death Wish 3 Punks at Car 1985
No Score Yet Nadia Director 1984
No Score Yet Pygmalion Director 1983
No Score Yet The Mind of Mr. Soames Director 1970
No Score Yet The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: Flat Two Director

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Harry and the Hendersons
1991-1993
Director
  • 1991
No Score Yet Beauty and the Beast
1987-1990
Director
  • 1987
No Score Yet Scarecrow and Mrs. King
1983-1987
Director
  • 1985
No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
1984-1996
Director
  • 1984
No Score Yet House Calls
1979-1982
Director
  • 1982
No Score Yet Quincy, M.E.
1976-1983
Director
  • 1979

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