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Isaac Asimov Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

ISAAC ASIMOV
Born: January 2, 1920 in Petrovichi, Smolensk Oblast, Russian SFSR, USSR (now Russia)
Died: April 6, 1992 in New York City, New York
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Isaac Asimov (1920-1992), a Russian-born American writer and biochemist, wrote over 500 books. His most popular science fiction includes I, Robot (1950), The Foundation Trilogy (1951-1953), the Hugo-winning sequel Foundation's Edge (1982) and the Hugo and Nebula-winning novel The Gods Themselves (1972). Asimov, who authored a series of mystery novels and many non-fiction works on science while editing his own magazine, also wrote over 1,600 essays.
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1999 Bicentennial Man (Writer), 1990 Teach 109 (Writer), 1988 Robots (Writer), 1953 Captain Video and His Video Rangers (Writer), 1977 The Magnificent Major (Performer), 1988 Stranieri in America (in person), 1986 Voyage to the Outer Planets and Beyond (in person), 1996 Future Fantastic (Other), Probe (Writer), 2004 I, Robot (Writer), 1977 The Ugly Little Boy (Writer), 1966 El robot embustero (Writer), 1964 Story Parade (Writer), 1962 Out of This World (Writer), 1987 Future Flight (Other), 1979 Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Other), 1980 Target... Earth (in person), 1979 Good Morning America (in person), 1969-1971 The David Frost Show (in person), 2005 Conquering Space: The Moon and Beyond (Other), 1992 Isaac Asimov's Visions of the Future (Writer), I, Robot 2 (Writer), 1992 Isaac Asimov's Visions of the Future (in person), 2000 Nightfall (Writer), 1988 Feeling 109 (Writer), 1987 Konets vechnosti (Writer), 1971 A History of Science Fiction from 1938 (Writer), 1979 Salvage 1 (Other), 1979 Since '45 (in person), 1978 In Search of... (in person), 1971 A History of Science Fiction from 1938 (in person), 1969 The Nature of Things (in person), 1976 Today (in person), Out of the Unknown (Writer), 1976 A halhatatlanság halála (Writer), 2012 Formula of Death (Writer), 1987 The Day of Five Billion (in person), 1995 The Android Affair (Writer), 1988 Nightfall (Writer), 1988 Probe (Writer), 1988 Gandahar (Writer), 1988 Probe (Other), 1986 Oltre New York (in person), 1970 The Dick Cavett Show (in person), 2012 Prophets of Science Fiction (Other)

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