See Ray Bradbury and Ray Harryhausen trade tales in 2007 interview

Famed author Ray Bradbury may be gone, but that doesn't mean all his great stories—from the books he wrote to his own personal anecdotes—are going anywhere. If you're feeling nostalgic, check out this 2007 interview with Bradbury, in which he reflects on literature and his career and even spills about how he got to raid Walt Disney's vault.

The interview runs for nearly an hour and finds the Fahrenheit 451 author joined by film producer Ray Harryhausen. Bradbury is a treasure trove of fun stories, and it's nice to see that—even with all his fame—he never lost his humility and excitement.

The video comes from a 2007 Comic-Con panel, which was recorded by Blastr at the time.

He opens up and tells a ton of tales, including a gem around the 28-minute mark about how he enjoyed the perks of an accidental friendship with animation pioneer Walt Disney to raid his vault of classic animation.

Check it out below:

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