TV : Sci-Fi : TV quality : English
\"As TV productions go, \"Colour of Magic\" (and \"Hogfather\") are like watching filmed theatre; it is a stage setting rather than film scenery and the acting certainly is superb. The incidental moments with Death and Rincewind are great as is the scene with the Patrician ordering Rincewind to look after Twoflower. The magic sword, on the other hand, sounded like \'Eddie, the shipboard computer\' from Douglas Adams\' \"Hitchhiker\'s Guide to the Galaxy\". And they have to improve the dragons before they start on \'Guards Guards\'.
I loved it - every minute of it. And Terry Pratchett had a hand in it so it must reflect at least some of his ideas - he always impressed me as being quite a strong character.\"