This Ray Bradbury volume edited by Donn Albright, Dawn to Dusk: Cautionary Travels, is constructed around two unpublished and un-produced screenplays.
Dark Carnival (1955-59) was written with Gene Kelly in mind. It would later be reshaped into the novel Something Wicked this Way Comes (1962) This version is much darker. Catacombs is an integration of two of Ray's stories, The Next in Line (Dark Carnival,1947) and Interval in Sunlight (Esquire, March 1954).
The unpublished short story You Must Never Touch the Cage serves as an interesting bridge between the two screenplays. It was originally planned for the 1955 edition of The October Country, but was emitted prior to publication.
The cover art is a painting by Joe Magnaini. This cover was Bradbury's introduction to Magnaini's art and the beginning of five decades of close collaboration and friendship.
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