By Neil Gaiman
Informed within the similar fanciful, irreverent kind because the Hitchhiker trilogy, with scraps of scripts, letters and reviews from Adams, Don't Panic is the appropriate spouse to at least one of the main profitable sequence in publishing historical past.
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Extra resources for Don't Panic: The Official Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Companion
An article appeared in The Stage, the theatrical newspaper, about the Rainbow production, in July 1980: "A five-piece band backs the twenty-strong cast of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, a musical (No, it wasn't a musical, although there was a backing group) based on the radio series that opens at the Rainbow for an e week run on July 16th 1980. Production has a $300,000 budget, and the front of the w. c bu to re he C lic k he k lic C w. 0 bu y rm er Y F T ra n sf o ABB PD er Y Rainbow will be redesigned as an intergalactic spaceport.
Was there anything that Douglas had panicularly wanted to say during the first series of Hitchhiker's? "I just wanted to do stuff I thought was funny. But on the other hand, whatever I find funny is going to be conditioned by what I think about, what my concerns or preoccupations are. You may not set out to make a point, but points probably come across because they tend to be w. c bu to re he C lic k he k lic C w. 0 bu y rm er Y F T ra n sf o ABB PD er Y the things that preoccupy you, and therefore find a way into your writing.
In The Pirate Planet, the plot was much more tightly worked out than was apparent in the final show because it had to be cut back so far in terms of time. " Doubtless, if he ever did the novelisation, he would put back those elements lost in the television screening. The Dr Who people were impressed enough to offer Douglas a job as script editor. He had only just been given a job as a radio producer. He did not know what to do: "I'd only just taken this job in radio, and it seemed a pretty awful thing to do to leave after six months and go to television.
Don't Panic: The Official Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Companion by Neil Gaiman