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[[Film/TheFly1958 In 1958]], a film adaptation was released. Another one by Creator/DavidCronenberg was released [[Film/TheFly1986 in 1986]].

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[[Film/TheFly1958 In 1958]], a largely-faithful film adaptation was released. Another one An InNameOnly version by Creator/DavidCronenberg was released [[Film/TheFly1986 in 1986]].



* DrivenToSuicide: André's fate, as aided by Helene. She follows the suite with cyanide shortly after giving her written confession to François.

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* DrivenToSuicide: André's fate, as aided by Helene. She follows the suite suit with cyanide shortly after giving her written confession to François.



* ScreamingWoman: When Helene finally sees what exactly has happened to her husband, she starts screaming and is unable stop it for a long time.

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* ScreamingWoman: When Helene finally sees what exactly has happened to her husband, she starts screaming and is unable to stop it for a long time.



* TeleporterAccident: Prior to André's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck ''between'' the transportation points.



* TeleporterAccident: Prior to André's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck between the transportation points.


"The Fly" is a short science fiction mystery story by George Langelaan, which was published on the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.

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"The Fly" is a short science fiction mystery story by George Langelaan, which was published on in the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.

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* MergingMistake: The TeleporterAccident with André and the fly left them with their heads and arm/leg swapped around.


'''"The Fly"''' is a short science fiction mystery story by George Langelaan, which was published on the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.

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'''"The Fly"''' "The Fly" is a short science fiction mystery story by George Langelaan, which was published on the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.


* TeleporterAccident: Prior to the André's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck between the transportation points.

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* TeleporterAccident: Prior to the André's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck between the transportation points.


'''"The Fly"''' is a short science fiction mystery story by Frank Langelaan, which was published on the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.

One night Francois Delambre gets a call from his sister-in-law Helene, who informs him that she has killed his brother (and her husband) Andre. Her claim is proven true as Andre's partially crushed body is found under a steam-hammer in Delambre family's factory. Thus starts the unraveling of the circumstances that lead to Andre's death.

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'''"The Fly"''' is a short science fiction mystery story by Frank George Langelaan, which was published on the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.

One night Francois François Delambre gets a call from his sister-in-law Helene, who informs him that she has killed his brother (and her husband) Andre. André. Her claim is proven true as Andre's André's partially crushed body is found under a steam-hammer in Delambre family's factory. Thus starts the unraveling of the circumstances that lead to Andre's André's death.



* DrivenToSuicide: Andre's fate, as aided by Helene. She follows the suite with cyanide shortly after giving her written confession to Francois.
* LEGOBodyParts: The TeleporterAccident left Andre with a fly leg in the place of his right hand, and cat-fly head in the place of his own.

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* DrivenToSuicide: Andre's André's fate, as aided by Helene. She follows the suite with cyanide shortly after giving her written confession to Francois.
François.
* LEGOBodyParts: The TeleporterAccident left Andre André with a fly leg in the place of his right hand, and cat-fly head in the place of his own.



* TheSpeechless: The accident left Andre unable to speak, and he communicates to Helene with knocks and written messages.
* TeleportersAndTransporters: What Andre was working on, and what caused the TeleporterAccident.
* TeleporterAccident: Prior to the Andre's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck between the transportation points.

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* TheSpeechless: The accident left Andre André unable to speak, and he communicates to Helene with knocks and written messages.
* TeleportersAndTransporters: What Andre André was working on, and what caused the TeleporterAccident.
* TeleporterAccident: Prior to the Andre's André's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck between the transportation points.


In 1958, a film adaptation was released. Another one by Creator/DavidCronenberg was released in 1986.

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[[Film/TheFly1958 In 1958, 1958]], a film adaptation was released. Another one by Creator/DavidCronenberg was released [[Film/TheFly1986 in 1986.1986]].


''The Fly'' is a short science fiction mystery story by Frank Langelaan, which was published on the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.

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''The Fly'' '''"The Fly"''' is a short science fiction mystery story by Frank Langelaan, which was published on the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.


->''"Do flies live very long?''

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->''"Do flies live very long?''
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* TeleporterAccident: Prior to the Andre's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck between the transportation points.

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* TeleporterAccident: Prior to the Andre's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck between the transportation points.points.
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->''"Do flies live very long?''

''The Fly'' is a short science fiction mystery story by Frank Langelaan, which was published on the ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazine in 1957.

One night Francois Delambre gets a call from his sister-in-law Helene, who informs him that she has killed his brother (and her husband) Andre. Her claim is proven true as Andre's partially crushed body is found under a steam-hammer in Delambre family's factory. Thus starts the unraveling of the circumstances that lead to Andre's death.

In 1958, a film adaptation was released. Another one by Creator/DavidCronenberg was released in 1986.

!!This story has the examples of:

* DrivenToSuicide: Andre's fate, as aided by Helene. She follows the suite with cyanide shortly after giving her written confession to Francois.
* LEGOBodyParts: The TeleporterAccident left Andre with a fly leg in the place of his right hand, and cat-fly head in the place of his own.
* ScreamingWoman: When Helene finally sees what exactly has happened to her husband, she starts screaming and is unable stop it for a long time.
* TheSpeechless: The accident left Andre unable to speak, and he communicates to Helene with knocks and written messages.
* TeleportersAndTransporters: What Andre was working on, and what caused the TeleporterAccident.
* TeleporterAccident: Prior to the Andre's own accident, another botched teleportation left his cat Dandelo stuck between the transportation points.

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