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Stephen MacLean Stephen MacLean i(A95128 works by)
Born: Established: 1950 Williamstown, Newport - Williamstown area, Melbourne - West, Melbourne, Victoria, ; Died: Ceased: 2006
Southeast Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,

Gender: Male
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Journalist, broadcaster, screenwriter, amateur musicologist, and film and television director.

During the 1960s, Stephen MacLean worked on ABC Television's music show GTK and the surf/music magazine Go-Set. He later wrote the screenplay for Gillian Armstrong's first feature film, the musical Starstruck (q.v., 1982) and a biography of Peter Allen The Boy from Oz (q.v., 1996). Among his works as a director is Around the World in 80 Ways (1988).

Most Referenced Works


  • Filmography (as writer and/or director) includes:

    • 1982: Starstruck * (writer)
    • 1985: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea * (writer)
    • 1987: Around the World in Eighty Ways * (writer/director)
    • 1999: The Singer and the Swinger (writer/director)
    • 2004: The Tasty Bust Reunion * (writer/director)

    * indicates feature film

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