The Ray Bradbury Theater: The Dwarf TV Show
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  • The best part of this half hour science fiction story was the actress who played Aimee, Megan Follows

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      Season 3 of The Ray Bradbury Theater begins with a July 1989 episode called The Dwarf. He’s a writer who meets up with a fan named Aimee.

      The action actually begins at the Mirror Maze where the dwarf (Machs Colombani) goes to look at himself in the mirrors. There, he can see him looking big. The owner of the Mirror Maze, Ralph Banghart (Miguel


      Fernandes), likes to watch, mockingly. He gets Aimee to watch, too, but then she follows the dwarf to a diner, finds out his name is Bigelow, and introduces herself as a fan.

      Aimee gets a look at the dwarf’s home, a specially built home by Bigelow that fits the dwarf perfectly. When she goes up to the window, she sees the dwarf inside, writing a ...


      • story, apparently about her.

        The next thing we see is Aimee at the circus going into the Mirror Maze and looking at herself in all the mirrors which leads to a strange face off between her and Ralph. This is when we see the depths of Ralph’s evilness.

        The best part of this half hour science fiction story was the actress who played Aimee, Megan Follows. She’s

        very talented, and without her, this story would be a bust. Her strengths as an actress bring extra dimension to Aimee.

        It is a strange show, aren’t they all, but I watched this one twice to get the full depth of it. There’s much more to it than is obvious on the surface. It touches a great deal on the human condition at its worst.




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