The first two Murray Whelan books, Stiff and The Brush-Off, were produced as telemovies in 2004. Murray was played by David Wenham. John Clarke wrote the scripts. John and Sam Neill did the directing, one per. Network Seven broadcast Stiff in July and The Brush-Off in September 2004.
The two films are available in a boxed DVD set with a bonus DVD of extras, including interviews with cast, crew, writer, caterers, carpark attendant and the work-experience girl from accounts payable.
You can buy them here – (also tie-in editions of the books with David Wenham on the cover)
John Clarke kept a meticulous, day-by-day account of his experience. A copy of his journal was recently found in a skip behind the Channel Seven studio. Read it here – mrjohnclarke
In the finest author-as-showoff tradition, I got to make a personal appearance in both films. Read about my five seconds of fame here. My Brilliant Career
There are no immediate plans for further movies.
Louis Braille Audio has cassette and compact disc editions of Stiff, The Brush-Off, Nice Try and The Big Ask, read by Mike Bishop as Murray Whelan:
[ABC Audio](http://shop.abc.net.au/) publishes a condensed version of _Something Fishy_ in cassette and CD form, read by Tiriel Mora as Murray Whelan: