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Murdoch and Mossad’s Hollywood Tycoon

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Confidential is the soon to be released biography of one of Israel’s top spies:

Arnon Milchan has led a secret double life. The kind of life one would read about in a John Le Carré spy novel or in a movie made by Hollywood colleagues Steven Spielberg or Oliver Stone. This is the story of a secret agent, of nuclear proliferation, billion-dollar high-tech defense transactions, ideology, patriotism, love, heartbreak, and the awe inspiring Hollywood career of a mysterious mogul. In a true story that puts James Bond to shame, Confidential details with nail-biting suspense how producer Arnon Milchan evolved from his youth into one of the most important covert agents that Israeli intelligence has ever fielded. From Iran to South Africa, from Poland to Taiwan and the US, Confidential casts a global net to expose the legendary producer of blockbusters like Pretty Woman, LA Confidential, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Meir Doron and Joseph Gelman methodically unveil Arnon Milchan’s role as a key player in many of Israel s most important intelligence operations. Confidential is packed with stunning new revelations and opens a window into the world of a key covert operative, who evolved into a genuine member of Hollywood’s royal elite.

And below a glowing tribute from Shimon Peres is this intriguing comment:

Arnon Milchan…is a loyal and generous friend who also happens to be a great longterm and trustworthy partner. — Source: Rupert Murdoch, CEO, News Corporation.

Wonder if the authors delve into why Milchan produced Oliver Stone’s JFK…

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Written by Maidhc Ó Cathail

June 25, 2011 at 4:47 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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