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Michael Stevenson

Michael Stevenson, film director. Fellow, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 2003.

Background

  • Stevenson, Michael was born on May 24, 1959.

  • Career

    • Director, since 1962.

    Works

    • No Mission Is Impossible: The Death-Defying Missions of the Israeli Special Forces
    • A riveting follow-up to Michael Bar-Zohar and Nissim Mishal's account of the most memorable missions of the Mossad, No Mission is Impossible sheds light on some of the most harrowing, nail-biting operations of the Israeli Special forces Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service brought to life the gripping, legendary missions of Israeli's national intelligence force like never before, capturing the danger of the operations and the bravery of the operatives who risked everything to complete their assignments.
    • Treasure Island (Junior Classics for Young Readers)
    • Who can outsmart a pack of pirates & the murderous Long John Silver? Who is fearless enough to single-handedly board a ship & steal it back? Who else but the most daring lad of al - young Jim Hawkins! Get ready for excitement & terror - from the moment Jim finds a treasure map to the final hunt for buried gold.
    • Treasure Island (Junior Classics for Young Readers)
    • Who can outsmart a pack of pirates & the murderous Long John Silver? Who is fearless enough to single-handedly board a ship & steal it back? Who else but the most daring lad of al - young Jim Hawkins! Get ready for excitement & terror - from the moment Jim finds a treasure map to the final hunt for buried gold.
    • Treasure Island (Leatherbound Classics)
    • When he attends a dying patron of his family's boarding house, young Jim Hawkins has no idea that the man was once a pirate, or that the man's possessions include a map that will lead whoever has it to the island where the notorious buccaneer, Captain Flint, buried his treasure.
    Michael Stevenson
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    Born May 24, 1959
    (age 58)
    • 1962
      Director

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