The Ray Bradbury Theatre: Season 6, Episode 3

Tomorrow's Child (14 Aug. 1992)
"The Ray Bradbury Theater" Tomorrow's Child (original title)

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An experimental childbirth procedure results in a couple's baby being born into another dimension. The child's non-human appearance puts a lot of strain on the new parents and threatens to send the wife into madness.

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Polly
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Peter
Peter Bland ...
Dr. Wolcott
Mark Clare ...
Workman
Lisa Tapley-Bale ...
Mary
Michael Daly ...
Bill (as Mike Daly)
Mandy McMullin ...
Sheila
John Kerr ...
Don
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An experimental childbirth procedure results in a couple's baby being born into another dimension. The child's non-human appearance puts a lot of strain on the new parents and threatens to send the wife into madness.

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He's a Pyramid Off the Old Block!
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This is a little like a David Lynch nightmare. Michael Sarazen and Carol Kane (two sort of wacko actors) give birth to a blue pyramid. It turns out their child has slipped into the fourth dimension after a malfunction in a high tech machine. The little pyramid (named Py) is actually the child living space. Carol Kane's character is all over the place when it comes to the child's condition. She begins to drink heavily. Her husband and she begin to fight. She is a big time mess and she starts to need other people. The husband wants to be free of all this, but then ha falls back on past thinking. The couple is given a solution (sort of) and must make a major decision.


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