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The Prisoner The Prisoner is a 1967 UK television series starring Patrick McGoohan as Englishman who, after resigning from his position as a top-level government agent, is held captive in a small, colourful village for reasons only hinted at to him (or viewers). Each episode typically features the imprisoned former agent, known as "Number Six", failing to escape "the Village", but resisting the interrogation and brainwashing attempts by his captors. Patrick McGoohan`s catch phrase became well known..."I am not a number I am a free man!" i do not know if this hit the US tv`s
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Posted by: Bamber on 2007-08-06 
Filmed at Portmeirion, if I remember correctly.
Posted by: eric1957 on 2007-08-11 
There was talk about a Prisoner movie in the 80's, but it never came to be. However, there was a comic book.
Posted by: eric1957 on 2007-08-11 
There was talk about a Prisoner movie in the 80's, but it never came to be. However, there was a comic book.
Posted by: Lbenn on 2007-11-23 
'The Prisoner' series was available in the U.S. I used to watch it all the time. I especially liked the balloons in the water. Maybe I saw it on Canadian TV I am from Michigan. Great show.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-11-23 
The Prisoner did indeed air on American network TV. It aired on CBS in both 1968 and 1969.
Posted by: Old Fart on 2007-11-23 
I vaguely remember this show, I was going to say if anyone knew it, it would be Lava our resident Canadian and well read tv man!
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-11-23 
Thanks for the priase, but it helps to have some excellent reference books handy.
Posted by: Wikiriwhi on 2007-12-20 
Spawned some US knock off's.

The fugitive and the truman show, which of course looked original to US audiences.
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