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Ray bradbury theater: the playground episode 2 (series 1, the playground the short story first appeared in esquire, october 1953. Ray bradbury was born in waukegan, illinois, on august 22, 1920 by the time he was eleven, he had already begun writing his own stories on butcher paper. Ray douglas bradbury (august 22, 1920 – june 5, 2012) was an american author and at age 17, bradbury read stories published in astounding science fiction, and read everything by robert a heinlein, arthur c clarke, and the early .
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