The Ray Bradbury Theater: Exorcism TV Show
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  • She finally takes a fall and gets her wish while the Ladies Honeysuckle Harmony Lodge sing harmoniously in the background

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      From November 1990, The Ray Bradbury Theater: Exorcism is somewhat of a science fiction comedy that pits two women against each other in an election. It all relates to the Ladies Honeysuckle Harmony Lodge of which Clara Goodwater is president, thought Elmira Brown wants to be. The kicker is that Clara claims to be a witch, and she’s constantly doing some kind

      of voodoo to make Elmira’s life miserable in all kinds of way, like making her clumsy.

      Elmira often comes across like a silly goose or a drunk or just a crazy woman. She finally takes a fall and gets her wish while the Ladies Honeysuckle Harmony Lodge sing harmoniously in the background.

      The whole thing is somewhat comical. It’s a classic cat fight episode,


      • only one of the them is a lioness while the other is a kitten. It works to an extent because the two characters are really very different in tone and style. They’re like black and white.

        Sally Kellerman plays Clara, while Jayne Eastwood stars as Elmira. Both convey the humor of their roles, but each comes from a different place. It’s

        like Kellerman is Oliver Hardy to Eastwood’s Stan Laurel.

        What I do like about The Ray Bradbury Theater: Exorcism is that there is peace at the end. It’s almost as if the two ladies are really best friends who just fight for power all the time. When push came to shove, they didn’t really want to shove. I liked it, but I didn’t love it.




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