The Ray Bradbury Theater: Here There Be Tygers TV Show
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  • They consider air currents, which made me think of the old 60's TV series, The Flying Nun
  • It's an interesting story with a really interesting conclusion

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      The Ray Bradbury Theater: Here There Be Tygers is a tale of exploration as astronauts land on a new world. We actually learn the meaning of the title very early on, and it is perhaps a hint of what the story that follows will be like.

      The series aired on cable television with this particular outing premiering on November 30, 1990. The main stars were Timothy Bottoms as Forrester, Peter J. Elliott as


      Chatterton, George Henare as Driscoll, and Lorae Parry as Koestler.

      After the opening setup, the tale takes place on the planet, which feels too green and peaceful to Chatterton, who works for the company that finances the missions.

      There’s a lot of conversation about lost expeditions and childhood wishes, and it culminates in a surprising moment when Forrester takes off and actually flies in the wind. No one can explain it, but it certainly adds ...


      • a lot of intrigue to the plot. They consider air currents, which made me think of the old 60’s TV series, The Flying Nun. So, apparently, anything is possible, even flying in the wind without aid of any apparatus.

        Part of the show deals with environmental issues, but that’s just a small sub plot that is more a part of the conversation than anything else. I consider it a morsel in the

        food for thought department rather than a real part of the episode.

        However, there is a relationship between what Chatterton does for his company and the planet, which is presented as a living being. This takes that food for thought into another realm. Is it that the planet is alive or is it the invasion into the planet’s resources that are screaming for more right thinking?

        It’s an interesting story with a really interesting conclusion.




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