- Welcome to the Discworld
"Welcome to the Discworld" is a short (8-minute) animated
televisionadaptation of a fragment of the " Reaper Man" novel by Terry Pratchett, produced by Cosgrove Hallin 1996. It was the first film adaptation of a " Discworld" novel and was followed by the TV series "Soul Music" and "Wyrd Sisters". The rest of "Reaper Man" was not filmed.
The film featured
Christopher Leeas the voice of Death, as did the following animated TV series and the 2008" Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic" live-action TV miniseries.
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