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Ray Bradbury and Ray HarryhausenFamous Sci-Fi author Ray Bradbury, I.V.Ray Bradbury in Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)Ray BradburyRay Bradbury with Paul Leiva, Seamus Dever, James Cromwell and Jeff Canatta at the Writers Guild of America, West office in Los Angeles for a discussion panel eventRay Bradbury and James Cromwell at the Writers Guild of America, West office in Los Angeles for a discussion panel eventRay Bradbury, James Cromwell, Seamus Dever and Jeff Canatta at the Writers Guild of America, West office in Los Angeles for a discussion panel eventRay Bradbury at the Writers Guild of America, West office in Los Angeles for a discussion panel eventRay Bradbury at the Writers Guild of America, West office in Los Angeles for a discussion panel eventRay Bradbury and Vanna Bonta Ray BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyKristin Scott Thomas and Ray BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyRay BradburyJoe Dante, Ray Bradbury, Gene Barry, Duke Goldstone, Albert Nozaki, George Pal, and Ann Robinson in The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal (1985)Charlton Heston, Tony Curtis, Joe Dante, Barbara Eden, Janet Leigh, Rod Taylor, Ray Bradbury, Roy Edward Disney, Robert Bloch, Chesley Bonestell, Wah Chang, Jim Danforth, Paul Frees, Duke Goldstone, Gae Griffith, Ray Harryhausen, Ward Kimball, Walter Lantz, Yvette Mimieux, Albert Nozaki, David Pal, George Pal, Zsoka Pal, Tony Randall, Ann Robinson, Gene Roddenberry, Russ Tamblyn, William Tuttle, Gene Warren, Robert Wise, and Alan Young in The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal (1985)Ray Bradbury and Sunni Brock in The AckerMonster Chronicles! (2012)Ray Bradbury, Forrest J. Ackerman, and Ray Harryhausen in The AckerMonster Chronicles! (2012)Ray Bradbury and Roger Lay Jr. in Chrysalis (2008)Ray Bradbury c. 1984
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Biography

Ray Bradbury was an American science fiction writer whose works were translated in more than 40 languages and sold millions of copies around the world. Although he created a world of new technical and intellectual ideas, he never obtained a driver's license and had never driven a car. He was born Ray Douglas Bradbury on August 22, 1920, in Waukegan,... See full bio »
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