Richard Matheson, R.I.P. [Pic+]

Submitted by: Jake_Justus 4 years ago in

How many brilliant, CLASSIC sci-fi stories has this man given us?
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Female 2,415
`I must be psychedelic`
Thanks, made me laugh :)
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Male 39,880

He peaked early with his one and only Star Trek episode "Enemy Within" in 1966.
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Female 1,236
Read & watched most of it. Such a great imagination. My brother & I used to watch Combat reruns in the early 70`s--we bonded over that damn show! My nephew is now ransacking my books & movies, so Mr. Matheson will (hopefully) be remembered for a long time to come.
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Male 341
Trilogy of Terror is super creepy.
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Male 7,774
No freakin way. I watched trilogy of terror just the other night. I must be psychedelic. Can somebody hold my hand?
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Male 40,728
Internet Movie Data Base Linky

3 of his kids are writers too! He has an impressive resume! Good quality stuff.
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Male 7,031
"I didn`t know he wrote for the show Combat!"

He wrote an episode called "Forgotten Front" about a nazi deserter.
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Male 3,908
I didn`t know he wrote for the show Combat! I just started watching that series last week as a matter of fact. I loved all of his work though, definitely going to miss him.
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Male 9,732
Why pick the banner pic from a movie that RUINED the entire point of his story?
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Female 4,447
D: A true giant in the sci-fi/fantasy realm. He will be greatly missed.
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Male 7,031
In addition to Twilight Zone, Matheson`s TV writing credits include Thriller, the original Star Trek, Night Gallery, The Night Stalker, Alfred Hitchcock, Amazing Stories, Combat, Have Gun Will Travel and the TV-movie "Trilogy of Terror."
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Male 7,031
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