The Colour of Magic: Illustrated Screenplay
The Colour of Magic: Illustrated Screenplay contains the complete script to the Sky One mini-series of the same name.
Back Cover Blurb
The Discworld is flat, and rides through space on the backs of Berilia, Tubul, Great P'Thon and Jerakeen, the four elephants who stand in turn on the back of Great A'Tuin, the giant turtle. And this is where it all starts, with the naive tourist Twoflower and his incompetent and cynical guide, the wizard Rincewind, forced to flee from the proud and pestilent twin city of Ankh-Morpork. When they meet the barbarian thieves Bravd and Weasel, things that are already bad turn inevitably to the worst...
This is the second of Terry Pratchett's Discworld movies for SKY ONE, made by the team who brought THE HOGFATHER to you and featuring The Discworld Players, an ensemble cast including Sir David Jason as Rincewind.
The Colour of Magic
2 × 120 Minutes | Sky One | Colour
23/03/08 (Untitled) Vadim Jean
24/03/08 (Untitled) Vadim Jean
- The Colour of Magic was a two-part mini-series produced for Sky One, which was based on the Discworld novels The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic, both written by fantasy author Terry Pratchett.
The same team had been responsible for the writing and production of Hogfather in 2006, although in that mini-series actor David Jason had played the part of Albert, rather than Rincewind. One other enforced change was that actor Ian Richardson, who had voiced Death in the earlier production, had died and was replaced by acting legend Christopher Lee.