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Tonyblack

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As you may or may not know, Mob Films, the makers of Hogfather and Colour of Magic are currently in Hungary making Going Postal to be shown on SKY TV at some stage. Here's a message from Terry and his PA, Rob. :laugh:


We have been in Hungary and have seen some truly amazing Going Postal footage - I mean absolutely unbelievably AMAZING footage! We've seen some great locations, some wonderful sets and brilliant actoring. We really are very, very pleased with everything! many thanks, and we look forward to seeing you soon, R & T

Thanks to Pat on the Cunning Artificer site for posting this there.
 
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Looking forward to this, but since it's on Sky, will have to smile sweetly at one of my internet buddies in Aberdeen and ask him to record it for me.
 

Jugula

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Charles Dance as Vetinari, David Suchet as Reacher Gilt, and the rest of the cast, now that's vot I vould call megabucks, und very interesting. I vill definitely vatch that!
 

AM

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I´m really looking forward to April :laugh:
But since I can´t watch it on Sky1 I´ll have to wait for the DVD. :(

Does any of you guys know how long it took for Hogfather and The colour of magic to be released on DVD?
 
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I agree about Moist, he's so not how I imagined him... but I do like Reacher Gilt. Wonderful! :eek:
 

freddy

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will be keeping a look out for the time day in listings, I work in an New shop so it will be easy for to spot when its on with all the TV mags we sell, one of thems bound to advertise it on front cover will keep you posted and try to remember to put ther day and time on this thed too :laugh:
 

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