Based on Terry Pratchett's popular Discworld series of fantasy adventure novels. Naïve tourist Twoflower (Sean Astin, "Lord of the Rings") is on holiday in Ankh-Morpork. A fire breaks out, and he flees the city with an incompetent wizard named Rincewind (Sir David Jason, "Hogfather"). The pair sets out on a magical journey, unaware they are pawns in an elaborate game played by the gods.
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Adapted from the 1983 comic fantasy novel of the same name by Terry Pratchett and is the first book of his Discworld series. See more
Cohen is supposed to be toothless for the most part. However, David Bradley's teeth are clearly visible in a lot of scenes. See more
[From a deleted scene; Rincewind whispers something into Cohen's ear. Cohen nods, and starts the ferry. He then walks over to Twoflower, who is standing on the bank of the River Snarl, and waves to him with fastidious amiability
See you, then!
[Twoflower looks up from the Luggage and seeing the ferry drifting away from the dock
Where are you going?
To Ankh-Morpork. But you don't want to go there. You'll be much better at Bel-Shamharoth. Anyway, following me only guarantees the risk of death. Or...