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{{TV Data
|title= Johnny and the Dead
|cover= [[File:JATDTV.jpg|thumb|240px|DVD Cover]]
|imdb= 0294117
|date= 1995
|channel= ITV
|producer= Gerald Fox
|cast= Jotham Annan, George Baker, Brian Blessed
|duration= 120 minutes
|episodes= 4
|series= Johnny Maxwell Series
|annotations=
|notes=
|prev=[[TV and Film:Truckers|Truckers]]
|next=[[Welcome to the Discworld]]
}}
Johnny and the Dead was the first [[TV and film adaptations|TV adaptation]] of [[Terry Pratchett]]'s [[Johnny Maxwell]] series. It was released in 1995 and produced by London Weekend Television.
Johnny and the Dead was the first [[TV and film adaptations|TV adaptation]] of [[Terry Pratchett]]'s [[Johnny Maxwell]] series. It was released in 1995 and produced by London Weekend Television.



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Johnny and the Dead
DVD Cover
ASIN {{{asin}}}
IMDB 0294117
First Broadcast 1995
Broadcast Channel ITV
Director(s) {{{director}}}
Producer(s) Gerald Fox
Writer(s) {{{writer}}}
Starring Jotham Annan, George Baker, Brian Blessed
Duration 120 minutes
Episodes 4
Series Johnny Maxwell Series
Annotations Annotations for TV and Film:Johnny and the Dead
Notes
Preceded by Truckers
Followed by Welcome to the Discworld
All data relates to the UK home release.

Johnny and the Dead was the first TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett's Johnny Maxwell series. It was released in 1995 and produced by London Weekend Television.

Plot

The plot follows the same storyline as Johnny and the Dead.

Episodes

Aired as four 30 minutes episodes. Released on Video in 1995 and on DVD in 2007, though the DVD was only released in the US.

Cast

Jotham Annan: Yo-Less

George Baker: Thomas Bowler

Brian Blessed: William Stickers

Paul Child: Bigmac

Andrew Falvey: Johnny Maxwell

John Grillo: Antonio Vicente

Harry Landis: Solomon Einstein

Jane Lapotaire: Sylvia Liberty

Ray Lonnen: James Bowler

Charlie Watts: Wobbler

Geoffrey Whitehead: Addison Fletcher

Arthur Whybrow: Grandfather Maxwell

Tina Martin: Mrs. Maxwell

Barrie Houghton: Eric Grimm

CD

Soundtrack CD Cover

The soundtrack to the series was released by Weekend in 1995, credited to Stefan Girardet.