Adapted from the short story "Harrison Bergeron" Original Story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. October 1961 Adaptation by: Grace Guerry and Robert Powers
They dance good.
I'd like those little radio things, they seem interesting.
D-dear l-l-l-ladies an-n-
Dear ladies and gentlemen.
Harrison Bergeron, 14, has escaped from jail, where he has been held on suspicious of plotting to overthrow the government.
He is a genius and an athlete, and is regarded as highly dangerous.
I am the Emperor! Let me claim my Empress!
Now, we shall show the people the meaning of dance!
I don't remember.
Harrison Bergeron is a story about how equality can become inequality if it is pushed too far. Harrison Bergeron, a handsome, athletic, intelligent 14 year old, breaks from his 'handicaps' in order to show the world what is 'right'