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- Terry Pratchett's Going Postal is a two-part television film adaptation of Going Postal by Terry Pratchett, adapted by Richard Kurti and Bev Doyle and produced by The Mob, which was first broadcast on Sky1, and in high definition on Sky1 HD, at the end of May 2010.
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He sets a thief to catch a thief. GOING POSTAL, Terry Pratchett's 33rd Discworld novel, is also the British Sky network's third screen adaptation and easily the most accessible of the three. It features one of my favorite characters in the crafty confidence man, Moist von Lipwig (Richard Coyle).
May 30, 2010 · Based on Terry Pratchett's 33rd Discworld novel involves a skillful con artist Moist Von Lipwig who finds the tables turned and it's he himself who conned into becoming the Ankh-Morpork Postmaster General. A position that has not been filled in years. Written by Richard Johnson Plot Summary | Add Synopsis
Back to Home Terry Pratchett's Going Postal. In this lavish made-for-TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett's novel--part of the bestselling, delightfully surreal Discworld series--con man Moist von Lipwig (Richard Coyle, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) is caught by the law and given two choices: suffer a painful death or take over a derelict post office.
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Going Postal is a wonderful adaptation of Sir Terry Pratchett's novel. All the actors are well suited in their rolls. Moist Lipwig is a conman who discovers he has become AnkhMorpork's Postmaster. A job with a very short life expectancy considering the owner of the competing Clacks service uses murder and mayhem to defeat his opponents.
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