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April 25, 2008

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Mike Hobart

I seem to recall this story was featured under the title "The Ravine" on the radio show BRADBURY 13 that was broadcast on National Public Radio in 1984.

Quite a good version too if memory serves.

Grigs

Wow...William Conrad practicing for his future gig as narrator of "The Town That Dreaded Sundown". Conrad had one of the greatest radio voices ever and he makes an excellent script even better.

This was an excellent program. Ray Bradbury wrote a really good story and the lead and supporting actresses were perfect (I listened to the 1955 version). Thank you for sharing this.

Almost forgot to comment on the the ending. It was beautiful......

Shivani

i think Lavinia can be scared sometime but not all the time but Francine is more scared then Lavinia and they are both scared of the lonely one

Mikwy

yes this is absoulety dutty !! ha yes sir yes chris yes miles !! some sick made film

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cmillinsf

I did visit your blog, Zach, and I enjoyed your honesty about not really wanting to go out and get a job. We've all been there. Keep up the good work on your new blog. - Christine

Kevin

I didn't visit your blog and don't think I will. But keep up the good work.

As for this Suspense episode "The Whole Town is Sleeping", I didn't know it was a Bradbury story. I also didn't remember the title often thinking it was either "The Ravine" or "113 Steps"

It made an impression many years ago when I first heard it, late at night in the dark.

Alan O'Brien

Lavinia in the ravinia.

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