The suspense was unbearable

In 1965, a popular British comic by the name of “Eagle” published the following dramatic letter from an an avid young reader. In fact, that 12-year-old boy was Douglas Adams, future author of, most notably, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and this very short story was his first published work. (Source: The Salmon of Doubt; Image:

We both share the same goal

Author Douglas Adams had been trying for many years to bring The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy to the big screen when, in December of 1997, a deal was made with Disney to do exactly that. Initially Adams was understandably delighted, but by April of 1999 — after multiple rewrites of his screenplay in response to