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List Of United States Political Families (C) - The Cilleys
... Father of Bradbury Cilley ... Bradbury Cilley (1760–1831), U.S ... Nephew of Bradbury Cilley ...
List Of Fantasy Story Collections - M
... The Machineries of Joy by Ray Bradbury Madame Crowl's Ghost and Other Tales of Mystery by Sheridan LeFanu The Magician of Karakosk aka Giant Bones by Peter S ... Lafferty The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury Mazirian the Magician aka The Dying Earth by Jack Vance A Medicine for Melancholy aka The Day It Rained Forever by Ray Bradbury ...
Sun And Shadow (short Story)
... "Sun and Shadow" is a short story by Ray Bradbury ... Bradbury first published in 1953 in an American news magazine called The Reporter ... Later that same year, Bradbury anthologized it in The Golden Apples of the Sun ...
L. L. Stine House
... Bradbury in 1935 with their Daughter Mary Vivian and 10 year old son Harold Madison ... Bradbury owned the Bradbury Produce Company ... Bradbury cared for Mr ...
Bob Steele (actor) - Biography
... He was born Robert Adrian Bradbury in Portland, Oregon, into a vaudeville family ... His parents were Robert North Bradbury (1886-1949) and the former Nieta Catherine Quinn (1886-1978) After years of touring, the family settled in Hollywood, California, in the late ... By 1920, Robert Bradbury hired Bob and his twin brother, Bill (1907–1971), as juvenile leads for a series of adventure movies titled The Adventures of Bob and ...

Famous quotes containing the word bradbury:

    English history is all about men liking their fathers, and American history is all about men hating their fathers and trying to burn down everything they ever did.
    —Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932)

    My experience of ships is that on them one makes an interesting discovery about the world. One finds one can do without it completely.
    —Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932)

    Only the old are innocent. That is what the Victorians understood, and the Christians. Original sin is a property of the young. The old grow beyond corruption very quickly.
    —Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932)