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Vintage Science Fiction: Stories Inspired by Landmark Films

by Peter Haining (Editor)

Other authors: Isaac Asimov (Contributor), Clive Barker (Contributor), James Blish (Contributor), Ray Bradbury (Contributor), Werner Von Braun (Contributor)14 more, Arthur C. Clarke (Contributor), Philip K. Dick (Contributor), Robert A. Heinlein (Contributor), Evan Hunter (Contributor), Stephen King (Contributor), Nigel Kneale (Contributor), George Lowther (Contributor), Ward Moore (Contributor), William F. Nolan (Contributor), Terry Pratchett (Contributor), Rod Serling (Contributor), Jerry Sohl (Contributor), Bill Strutton (Contributor), John Wyndham (Contributor)

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When most folks think science fiction, they don't think of books: to the unread masses, the genre's most visible representatives are up on the screen, in countless movies and TV shows. But as true believers know, most of those screenplays started out as short stories and other works by familiar and often esteemed names like Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke, and Ray Bradbury.

U.K. editor Peter Haining has gathered 20 of these seminal works here--10 from the big screen, 10 from TV--along with introductory material that gives context and often little-known background for each. On the movie side, Haining goes as far back as Robert Heinlein's Rocket Ship Galileo, the basis for 1950's Destination Moon, a tale of a scientist and a robot racing to the moon, only to be beaten there by a band of renegade Nazis. The collection also includes a Werner von Braun-based screenplay (Conquest of Space), Clarke's "Sentinel of Eternity" (source material for 2001: A Space Odyssey), and Dick's "We'll Remember It for You Wholesale" (a.k.a. Total Recall). On the small screen, Haining's picks include a Jerry Sohl story for Outer Limits, an episode from U.K. phenom The Quartermass Experiment, and a Twilight Zone story from Emmy-winning scriptwriter Rod Serling. --Paul Hughes

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