|Written by||Peter Yeldham|
|Directed by||Don Sharp|
Angela Punch McGregor
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Production company(s)||Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
|Original network||ABC (Australia)|
Channel 4 (UK)
|Original release||15 June 1986|
In the Samoan language Tusitala means writer of stories and it is there that Robert Louis Stevenson spent his last four year. He was buried there at Mount Vaea.
There had been plans to film this in the 1960s by Cinesound Productions.
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