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Ray Bradbury’s Emmy Award

In 1992, Ray Bradbury won an Emmy Award, the top honor in television, for his adaptation of his own book, The Halloween Tree. The Emmy was for "Best Animated Children's Program."  Here is the award in the Bradbury living room. Behind it, the green bankers

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Ray Bradbury’s Emmy Award

In 1992, Ray Bradbury won an Emmy Award, the top honor in television, for his adaptation of his own book, The Halloween Tree. The Emmy was for "Best Animated Children's Program."  Here is the award in the Bradbury living room. Behind it, the green bankers lamp, was a prop from the set of his 1983 film, Something Wicked This Way Comes.

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Ray Bradbury’s Emmy Award

In 1992, Ray Bradbury won an Emmy Award, the top honor in television, for his adaptation of his own book, The Halloween Tree. The Emmy was for "Best Animated Children's Program."  Here is the award in the Bradbury living room. Behind it, the green bankers lamp, was a prop from the set of his 1983 film, Something Wicked This Way Comes.

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