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Yaakov Shabtai (1934–1981)


Yaakov Shabtai was born on March 8, 1934 in Tel Aviv, Israel. He was a writer, known for Ha-Dod Peretz Mamri (1993), Einayim G'dolot (1974) and Zihron Devarim (1995). He died on August 4, 1981 in Tel Aviv. See full bio »

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(age 47) in Tel Aviv, Israel

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Known For

Ha-Dod Peretz Mamri
(1993)
Einayim G'dolot
(1974)
Zihron Devarim
(1995)
Hu Halach B'Sadot
Hu Halach B'Sadot Soundtrack
(1967)

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 2012 Hitabdot Aliza (Short) (novel)
 1995 Zihron Devarim (novel - as Ya'ackov Shabatai)
 1993 Ha-Dod Peretz Mamri (short story - as Ya'ackov Shabatai)
 1974 Einayim G'dolot (as Ya'ackov Shabatai)
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 1997 Florentine (TV Series) (lyrics - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.9 (1997) ... (lyrics: "Lifnot Erev", "Ha-Balada Al Hedva U-Shlomik")
 1967 Hu Halach B'Sadot (lyrics: "Shir Ha-Kerem")
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 2014 My Father, Yaakov Shabtai (Documentary)
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Other Works:

Sof Davar (Past Perfect, 1984) See more »

Alternate Names:

Ya'ackov Shabatai
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