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[PDF] I Sing the Body Electric: Teleplay (The Twilight Zone) | by ↠ Ray Bradbury Rod Sterling
Jan 24, 2021 - 16:06 PM By Ray Bradbury Rod Sterling

Following the untimely death of their mother, a family decides to buy an electric grandmother in order to help around the house and serve as a nanny for the three children Thrilled at the idea, Tom, Timothy, and Agatha go with their father to the Fantoccini company showroom in order to custom build their new grandmother The children take turns selecting her parts, the coFollowing the untimely death of their mother, a family decides to buy an electric grandmother in order to help around the house and serve as a nanny for the three children Thrilled at the idea, Tom, Timothy, and Agatha go with their father to the Fantoccini company showroom in order to custom build their new grandmother The children take turns selecting her parts, the color of her eyes, even the tone of her voice Weeks later, a mysterious package arrives, a sarcophagus containing their factory fresh electric grandmother At the turn of a key, she springs to life and quickly becomes an essential part of the family Tom, Timothy, and father immediately begin to love her, but Agatha remains distant, untrusting It slowly becomes clear that Agatha does not believe that grandmother will always be there for them she is afraid that she ll leave them, just as their mother did when she died One day, Agatha runs from the house in tears, straight into traffic In a flash, the grandmother pushes her to safety, only to be hit by the car herself Agatha cries, but finds herself comforted by the grandmother, unscathed by the accident The grandmother insists that she will never leave her, and that not even death could separate them Agatha realizes that the grandmother is the only one who can keep that promise, and finally opens up to her.
  • Title: I Sing the Body Electric: Teleplay (The Twilight Zone)
  • Author: Ray Bradbury Rod Sterling
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 393
  • Format: audio/video

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Boostamonte Halvorsen Jan 24, 2021 - 16:06 PM
This was okay It s not the best Bradbury, IMO The story would have been cool if robots and things like this were fresh and newbut since I have been born in an era where this stuff is common place, the story loses it s wow factor I am sure this was ahead of its time back in the day It s worth reading
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David Jan 24, 2021 - 16:06 PM
Such a wonderful story The performances are a little stilted, but it is wonderful to hear it dramatized.
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Ashley Granger Jan 24, 2021 - 16:06 PM
I found this on the audible app very cool
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I Sing the Body Electric: Teleplay (The Twilight Zone) By Ray Bradbury Rod Sterling Following the untimely death of their mother, a family decides to buy an electric grandmother in order to help around the house and serve as a nanny for the three children Thrilled at the idea, Tom, Timothy, and Agatha go with their father to the Fantoccini company showroom in order to custom build their new grandmother The children take turns selecting her parts, the coFollowing the untimely death of their mother, a family decides to buy an electric grandmother in order to help around the house and serve as a nanny for the three children Thrilled at the idea, Tom, Timothy, and Agatha go with their father to the Fantoccini company showroom in order to custom build their new grandmother The children take turns selecting her parts, the color of her eyes, even the tone of her voice Weeks later, a mysterious package arrives, a sarcophagus containing their factory fresh electric grandmother At the turn of a key, she springs to life and quickly becomes an essential part of the family Tom, Timothy, and father immediately begin to love her, but Agatha remains distant, untrusting It slowly becomes clear that Agatha does not believe that grandmother will always be there for them she is afraid that she ll leave them, just as their mother did when she died One day, Agatha runs from the house in tears, straight into traffic In a flash, the grandmother pushes her to safety, only to be hit by the car herself Agatha cries, but finds herself comforted by the grandmother, unscathed by the accident The grandmother insists that she will never leave her, and that not even death could separate them Agatha realizes that the grandmother is the only one who can keep that promise, and finally opens up to her.

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