TV and Film:Hogfather

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ASIN {{{asin}}}
IMDB 0765458
First Broadcast 2006
Broadcast Channel Sky One
Director(s) {{{director}}}
Producer(s) Vadim Jean
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Starring David Jason, Michelle Dockery, Marc Warren
Duration 189 minutes
Episodes 2
Series Death Series
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Preceded by Johnny and the Bomb
Followed by The Colour of Magic
All data relates to the UK home release.

Hogfather is the first live action adaptation of one of Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels and the first of the series of adaptations by the channel Sky One. Hogfather was produced by The Mob Film Company.


Based on Hogfather, Death has left his post again, only this time he's taken on the role of another being, the holiday spirit The Hogfather who's really gone missing. Now it's up to Deaths granddaughter Susan to find the Hogfather before the night is out, or the sun will not rise again.


The show was originally broadcast on Sky One in two parts of 1hr 30mins. Later when released on DVD the two episode format was kept.


Twelve Days of Hogswatch

Also known as 'Death's Guide to Discworld' these are a series of short 4-5 minute episodes in which Death interviews the creators of the Hogfather TV series and explains facets of the Discworld's lore. The episodes were originally available on the Sky One website, but they were later released on the 2-disc and limited editions of the DVD.

Illustrated Screenplay

Terry Pratchett's Hogfather: The Illustrated Screenplay
Illustrated Screenplay Cover
Co-author(s) Vadim Jean
Illustrator(s) Stephen Player
Publisher Gollancz
Publication date November 2006
ISBN 0575079290
Pages 272
RRP £20.00
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All data relates to the first UK edition.

The screenplay of the series was released separately illustrated with stills from the series and some illustraions by Stephen Player.