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The Veldt Movies & Media Adaptations

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Media Adaptations

The Illustrated Man was adapted as a film in 1969 by Jack Smight. The film stars Rod Steiger as the Illustrated Man and features only three stories from the book, including "The Veldt." This is widely regarded as a terrible adaptation of Bradbury's work, and Bradbury himself has commented that he "hates" this film version. It is available from Warner Studios Home Video.

The Fantastic Tales of Ray Bradbury is a 2002 audiobook adaptation of several of Bradbury's notable stories, including "The Veldt." The stories are read by the author himself. It is available from Random House Audible audio downloads at http://www.audible.com.

Another audio adaptation of "The Veldt" can be found in Books on Tape's 1988 edition of The Illustrated Man. This time the classic tales are read by Michael Prichard.

"The Veldt" was also adapted as a stage play by Bradbury himself in a compilation called The...

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