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Featuring 65 Episodes! Entranced by magicians, comic strips, and science-fiction magazines, Ray Bradbury began "educating" himself at the Los Angeles Library three to five times a week. By twenty-seven years of age he "graduated," having written over several million words. In his early twenties, he supported himself by selling newspapers on street corners and writing for radio programs such as Suspense, Escape, CBS Radio Playhouse, and X Minus One. Bradbury has now written over one thousand short stories--400 of which have been published in such magazines as The New Yorker, The New Republican, The Saturday Evening Post, Amazing Stories, Colliers, Dime Detective and McCall's. He has also written for Alfred Hitchcock Presents and for Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone. And now, showcased in this 5 DVD set are some of Ray Bradbury's finest works.
Great value and dont believe the people complaining about the video quality as its not bad and the sound is ok also. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Captain America
Warning: This collection is not complete. It does not have "The Electric Grandma". Otherwise Ray Bradbury is good and weird.Published 6 days ago by Genesis Kling
Great DVD. The only issue is that none of them are labeled. At all.Published 1 month ago by Donna S.
Some stories were better than others. The cinematography was horrid as were the main menu screens. Overall, it was worth the purchase.Published 1 month ago by kevinwcousins
Although the shows are great for those of us who love Ray Bradbury, the sound quality is AWFUL and there are no subtitles. Had hoped for better production values.... Oh well.Published 2 months ago by MsTikl1
I don't own it but it really sucks when you have to join a special group to shop!Published 3 months ago by BILLY
A few Ray Bradbury stories are found in my high school English text books, so it is fun to watch some of these stories in class, especially since they aren't as long as typical... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Charlene
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Hi Bluedusk: Unfortunately, there aren't any subtitles at all on any of the 5 discs.
Oct 13, 2010 by franciso | See all 2 posts
|episodes on Bradbury Theater DVD||
I was hoping for that too, but I don't think it is in this collection.
May 31, 2012 by booklover | See all 3 posts
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Hi Felecia - I found it here for $9.95 plus shipping:
Feb 27, 2013 by Rebecca Everdon | See all 3 posts
|They Need to Do a Good Quality DVD Release (Not This Cruddy Ripoff Set)||
I own this set and agree about the quality: the video compression is so extreme the picture breaks up into visible square blocks whenever there's any kind of motion. A friend described it as being like trying to watch the show through that patterned glass you use in bathroom windows, and I know... Read More
Dec 8, 2009 by Neal Vincent | See all 14 posts
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