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RAY BRADBURY receives an award from FORREST ACKERMAN

RAY BRADBURY

The Cult Movie Magazine Awards Ceremony was an interesting play on the words Science Fiction Past...
for it was made at the Roosevelt Hotel on October 21st, with some of the top people in the worlds of
Science Fiction literature, movie making and television in the room at the same time...this level of  Sci-Fi
legends and pioneers may never happen again in the future.


       William Shatner
 
RAY BRADBURY


Russ Myres, Coco and Cynthia Myres, where Cynthia

Myres, who stared in BEYOND THE VALLEY OF

THE DOLLS presented Mr. Myres with an award. 

 

 


Cynthia Myres

Harry Novac is awarded

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Michael Copner & Coco Olson

One of Bradbury's best-known works, the novel Fahrenheit 451, was released in 1953 and is set in a
future when the written word is forbidden. Resisting a totalitarian state which burns all the books, a
group of rebels memorize entire works of literature and philosophy.

Ray Bradbury's work has been included in the Best American Short Story collections (1946, 1948, and
1952). He has been awarded the O. Henry Memorial Award, the Benjamin Franklin Award in 1954, the
Aviation-Space Writer's Association Award for best space article in an American Magazine in 1967, the
World Fantasy Award for lifetime achievement, and the Grand Master Award from the Science Fiction
Writers of America. His animated film about the history of flight, Icarus Montgolfier Wright, was
nominated for an academy award, and his teleplay of The Halloween Tree won an Emmy.

Ray Bradbury's writing has been honored in many ways, but perhaps the most unusual was when an
Apollo astronaut named the Dandelion Crater on the Moon after Bradbury's novel, Dandelion Wine.

Outside of his literary achievements,  Bradbury was the idea consultant and wrote the basic scenario for the
United States Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair. He conceived the metaphors for Spaceship Earth,
EPCOT, Disney World, and he contributed to the conception of the Orbitron space ride at Euro-Disney,
France. He was creative consultant for the Jon Jerde Partnership, the architectural firm that blueprinted the
Glendale Galleria, The Westside Pavilion in Los Angeles, and Horton Plaza in San Diego.

Ray Bradbury currently lives in California and is still actively writing and lecturing.


Cynthia Myres and Lynn Carey
from Beyond the Valley of the Dolls


  Siouxzan Perry,  Karen Black,  Cindy Freeling  & Cynthia Myers


RUSS  MEYER, producer of
Beyond The Valley of the Dolls 
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
Second highest
grossing movie 
of 1970...fiction
and truth...
stranger than...
 
 

Lori Williams from
Faster Pussycat Kill Kill


Count Smokula,  a Troma monster, Karen Black and
Lloyd Kaufman of Troma Entertainment.  I think that
Lloyd is telling them a ghost story.


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