Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1, Episode 6

Watchbird (9 Dec. 2007)

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Set in a world where droids prevent killings before they happen. Based on a story by Robert Sheckley.

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Himself - Host
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Randolph Ludwin
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Charlie Kramer
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Jack Valentine
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Sarah Moser
Christine Chatelain ...
Marissa Summer
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Ratcliffe
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The Watchbird (voice)
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Willy
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Bradley Tanner
David Abbott ...
President
Ivan De Leon ...
Hispanic Youth #1
Andreas Abbondanza ...
Hispanic Youth #2
Ken Camroux ...
Summer (as Ken Camroux-Taylor)
A.B. Chater ...
Terrorist #1
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Set in a world where droids prevent killings before they happen. Based on a story by Robert Sheckley.

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Based upon a Robert Sheckley story first published in Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine, February, 1953. See more »

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Randolph Ludwin: You know, Charlie, frankly speaking, if anything, the bird's been a little gun-shy.
Charlie Kramer: [outraged] Excuse me?
Randolph Ludwin: We've still had a lot of preventable homicides in those twelve trial cities. Twenty-nine, to be exact - five in New York alone.
Charlie Kramer: The bird's response is never going to be a hundred percent. We've talked about that. It's gotta be able to access the assailant, and that's not always possible.
Randolph Ludwin: Yeah, but some of those murders happened right out in the open.
Charlie Kramer: Where's this coming from? Is this ...
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