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Some people consider Frankenstein the first work of science fiction. It is the first to suggest negative consequences of scientific and technological events. Science makes ever-accelerating progress in mastering and manipulating the elements of life. Distributed by A&E Television Networks.
Formed in 1934, the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society (LASFS) provides a foundation and beginning for many important figures in sci-fi books and movies, including such as greats as Ray Bradbury and Forrest Ackerman.