It Came from Outer Space (book)

It Came From Outer Space was a 2003 publication of four versions of Ray Bradbury's screen treatments written in 1952 for the movie of the same name that was released in 1953. The treatments range from a 37-page outline to a 119-page story. Bradbury did not write the final screenplay.

Bradbury's previously unpublished short story "A Matter of Taste" was the inspiration for his treatments, and was included in this edition. The collection was edited by Donn Albright, who also edited Gauntlet Press' 2005 version of Bradbury's The Halloween Tree.


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