Ray Bradbury, one of the most famous American authors of the 20th century, does not require an introduction. The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451 are literary classics. Bradbury's quiet friendship with Walt and his love for Disney are well-established facts. The 1983 live- action adaptation by the Disney Studio of his book Something Wicked This Way Comes remains a good movie to this day.
Bradbury's work as a consultant on EPCOT is less often discussed, however. A gap that is bridged by Richard Holliss and Brian Sibley during their encounter with the honorary Imagineer.
The following is not sO much an "interview" as a conversation between three Disney enthusiasts which ranges across a variety of topics, including not just the Disney oeuvre but also books, artists, the cinema--and its actors and directors- and which, as such, may be of a wider interest than the usual subject matter of these volumes.