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Band 3: Gewöhnliche Differentialgleichungen, Funktionentheorie, Integraltransformationen, Partielle Differentialgleichungen, 219 S. Am besten: mit den Leseproben selbst ausprobieren! Um die Leseproben betrachten zu können, müssen Sie ein Programm haben, das PDF-Dateien anzeigen kann, z. Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the fictional character. Mark Wing-Davey as Zaphod Beeblebrox, from the TV adaptation. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
He is from a planet in the vicinity of Betelgeuse, and is a „semi-half-cousin“ of Ford Prefect, with whom he „shares three of the same mothers“. This character is described across all versions as having two heads and three arms, though explanations of how he came to receive the extra appendages differed between versions. In the novel The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, the ghost of Zaphod’s great-grandfather also has two heads. Zaphod wears unique clothing that contains a mixture of bright and contrasting colours to make him stand out and be the centre of attention wherever he goes. In the television series, he wears the same outfit throughout each of the episodes, but in the movie his clothes, their style and their colour scheme change several times. Zaphod invented the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster. He was voted „Worst Dressed Sentient Being in the Known Universe“ seven consecutive times.
The Sirius Cybernetics Corporation synthetic personalities programme. As a character, Zaphod is hedonistic and irresponsible, narcissistic almost to the point of solipsism, and often extremely insensitive to the feelings of those around him. In the books and radio series, he is nevertheless quite charismatic which causes many characters to ignore his other flaws. In the movie, however, he is not very bright, and perhaps even more boorish than his previous portrayals.
Throughout the book and radio versions of the story, Zaphod is busy carrying out some grand scheme, has no clue as to what it is and is unable to do anything but follow the path that he laid out for himself. In both the radio and television versions of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Zaphod was played by Mark Wing-Davey. The jokes about Zaphod having two heads and more than two arms were written for the original radio version, where the details could be filled in by the listener’s imagination. Zaphod is played by Sam Rockwell in the film version of the story that was released in April 2005.