|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Es Bärndütsches Gschichtli / Die Rede||2||Audio|
|2||Iss Dys Gmües||11||Audio||1977||Image|
|3||Ungemütlicher 2. Teil||9||Audio||1974||CBS|
|5||I Glaub Jetz Hock I Ab||12||Audio||1973||CBS|
|6||I Glaub Jetz Hock I Ab||12||Audio||1973||CBS|
|7||Das Projekt Eden||12||Audio||1981||Image|
|8||Pizzicato : Eine Cabaretistische Solosuite||9||Audio||1967|
|9||Schweizer Sein / Etre Suisses / Essere Svizzeri||12||Audio||1998||Marco Zappa|
|10||Es Si Alli So Nätt||13||Audio||1982||Image|
|11||Es Bärndütsches Gschichtli / Die Rede||2||Audio||Columbia|
Franz Hohler was born on 1 March 1943 in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland. He lives as an author and cabaret performer in Zurich. He is the author of one-man programs and satirical programs for television and radio. He has written theater pieces, children's books, stories and novels. In 2002 he received the Kassel Literary Prize for Grotesque Humor.
One of his most famous works is the "Totemügerli". It's a Swiss-German story based upon a fabulous creature.