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After studying art at Goldsmith's College, Crockett became an actor and director, founding the Compass Players in 1944. The touring company often performed at churches and school halls before closing in 1952. Crockett's brief television directing career saw him helm episodes of Suspense (1963) and Compact (1964). He later taught at Downside School, a Roman Catholic school near Bath from 1969-76. (INFO: "The Warriors of Death")
He enjoyed his experience on historical Doctor Who episodes so much that he submitted story ideas to story editor David Whitaker. Though it's unclear whether his suggestions prompted any production, many of his ideas were in fact produced — mostly during the Hartnell era.
|Medium||Crockett's idea||Story produced|
|Produced||Television||Richard I and the Crusades||The Crusade|
|Viking raids on Britain||The Time Meddler|
|Cornish smugglers||The Smugglers|
|Bonnie Prince Charlie||The Highlanders|
|Audio||Boadicea||The Wrath of the Iceni|
|Francis Drake and the Spanish Armada||The Flames of Cadiz|
|Unproduced||the Peasants' Revolt|
|Australian convict settlement|
|Unknown||Romans in Britain|
- Internet Movie Database at the