Ray Douglas Bradbury (1920–2012) was an American fantasy, science fiction, horror and mystery fiction author.
Best known for his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 (1953) and for the science fiction and horror stories gathered together as The Martian Chronicles (1950) and The Illustrated Man (1951), Bradbury was one of the most celebrated 20th-century American writers.
He wrote and consulted on many screenplays and television scripts, and many of his works have been adapted into comic books, television shows, and films.
Bradbury died in Los Angeles, California, in June 2012, aged 91, after a long illness.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents...
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Shopping for Death (29/Jan/1956) - writer: story and teleplay
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents - And So Died Riabouchinska (12/Feb/1956) - writer: story
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Design for Loving (09/Nov/1958) - writer: teleplay story
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Special Delivery (29/Nov/1959) - writer
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents - The Faith of Aaron Menefee (30/Jan/1962) - writer: teleplay
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour...
- The Alfred Hitchcock Hour - The Jar (14/Feb/1964) - writer: short story
- The Alfred Hitchcock Hour - The Life Work of Juan Diaz (26/Oct/1964) - writer: story and teleplay
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
- October Game (June 1957)
Hitchcock Fiction Anthologies
- "The Jar" in Alfred Hitchcock's Fear and Trembling (1948)
- "The Night" in Alfred Hitchcock's a Baker's Dozen of Suspense Stories (1949)
- "The October Game" in Stories They Wouldn't Let Me Do on TV (1957)
- "The Whole Town's Sleeping" in Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories for Late at Night (1961)
- "The October Game" in Alfred Hitchcock's A Hangman's Dozen (1962)
- "The Wind" in Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories My Mother Never Told Me (1963)
- "To the Future" in Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories Not for the Nervous (1965)
- "Homecoming" in Alfred Hitchcock's Monster Museum (1965)
- "And So Died Riabouchinska" in Hitchcock in Prime Time (1985)