The Prisoner Specials

Specials

The Prisoner Specials

First Air Date: January 01, 0001

First Aired on    :   1
Episodes    :   31 episodes



Episodes

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0x30 Stills Gallery 4 (January 01, 0001)


Blu-Ray Special Feature. This stills gallery for the episodes "Once Upon A Time" and "Fall Out" features original music cues written for the series by Ron Grainer, Wilfred Josephs, Albert Elms and Robert Farnon and have been sourced from archive masters.


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0x29 Stills Gallery 3 (January 01, 0001)


Blu-Ray Special Feature. This stills gallery for the episodes "It's Your Funeral", "A Change Of Mind", "Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling", "Living In Harmoney" and "The Girl Who Was Death" features original music cues written for the series by Ron Grainer, Wilfred Josephs, Albert Elms and Robert Farnon and have been sourced from archive masters.


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0x28 Stills Gallery 2 (January 01, 0001)


Blu-Ray Special Feature. This stills gallery for the episodes "The General", "Many Happpy Returns", "Dance Of The Dead", "Checkmate" and "Hammer Into Anvil" features original music cues written for the series by Ron Grainer, Wilfred Josephs, Albert Elms and Robert Farnon and have been sourced from archive masters.


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0x27 Stills Gallery 1 (January 01, 0001)


Blu-Ray Special Feature. This stills gallery for the episodes "Arrival", "The Chimes Of Big Ben", "A, B, and C", "Free For All" and "The Schizoid Man" features original music cues written for the series by Ron Grainer, Wilfred Josephs, Albert Elms and Robert Farnon and have been sourced from archive masters.


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0x26 Fallout Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x25 Once Upon A Time Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x24 The Girl Who was Death Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x23 Do Not Forsake Me Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x22 A Change of Mind Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x21 Checkmate Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x20 Dance of the Dead Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x19 Many Happy Returns Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x18 The General Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x17 The Schizoid Man Trailer (January 01, 0001)



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0x16 The Prisoner (Trailer) (January 01, 0001)



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0x15 Arrival (Original Edit Restoration) (January 01, 0001)


Blu-Ray featurette using split-screen to demonstrate the scale of restoration required for this episode.


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0x14 The Prisoner (Aternate Trailer) (January 01, 0001)


Uses Aternate narrator.


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0x13 The Prisoner Puzzle (January 01, 0001)



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0x12 Behind the Scenes (January 01, 0001)



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0x11 The Computer Wore Menace Shoes (January 01, 0001)


This is the 6th episode from the 12th season of 'The Simpsons'. The episode features Patrick McGoohan as Number Six, the main character from The Prisoner.


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0x10 Don't Knock Yourself Out (January 01, 0001)


This exclusive feature-length documentary is the definitive look at the production of THE PRISONER, told by those involved in its creation. It includes a combination of archive and newly-filmed interview with nearly 400 people, including Annette Andre, Bernard Williams, David Tomblin, Derren Nesbitt, Peter Wyngarde, Anton Rodgers, Michael Grade, George Baker and Peter Bowles.


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0x09 US Companion (January 01, 0001)



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0x08 Exposure Strips (January 01, 0001)


As a cost saving, the daily rushes for The Prisoner were printed in black & white. To check the colour and exposure, the camera operator and director of photography were given a strip of colour film, onto which a single frame from each chosen take was printed. As well as giving a guide to colour, the surviving strips have given a unique glimpse into the day's work each strip represents. Many of the 200 images in this gallery depict well known scenes and familiar stock shots, but also included are many never before seen shots and angles, along with a few very rare deleted scenes, accompanies by script extracts.


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0x07 The Pink Prisoner (January 01, 0001)


Peter Wyngarde pays tribute to THE PRISONER in this unique cross between an interview and a comedy sketch.


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0x06 You Make Sure It Fits! (January 01, 0001)


In this featurette music editor Eric Mival discusses his role behind the scenes in making THE PRISONER and provides a unique look at the Music Bible for the show.


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0x05 Collecting The Prisoner (January 01, 0001)


"We want information". Ever since The Prisoner escaped, fans have not only searched for the series' meanings, but also for original props & collectables. This featurette includes interviews with serious Prisoner collectors who exhibit some of their prized memorabilia.


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0x04 The Prisoner Companion (January 01, 0001)


Since its initial Broadcast in 1967, The Prisoner has been considered THE cult series of all time. It has continued to broaden its fan base, has spawned an Appreciation Society but still remains much of a mystery in relation to its meanings & controversial ending. Thus US produced documentary attempts to explain some of the background & symbols of this landmark series


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0x03 Bernie Williams Interview (January 01, 0001)


Interview with original series production manager Bernie Williams. In this discussion, Bernie reveals man behind-the-scenes facts and observations, as well as what it was like to work with the elusive Patrick McGoohan.


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0x02 The Chimes of Big Ben (Original Edit) (January 01, 0001)


Pre-edit version of Chimes of Big Ben. Was reported to have aired in Canada. Different closing sequence.


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0x01 Arrival (Original Edit) (January 01, 0001)


A preliminary edit of the first episode, "Arrival", was broadcast by accident on one PBS station in the 1970s. Although the original negative of this edit has been lost, a videotape copy was discovered and released on DVD in 2002. Among the major differences from the officially broadcast version: * Different theme music and differently edited opening credits (same as the alternate version of "Chimes of Big Ben.") * Slight differences in the sequence where No. 6 wakes up in the Village for the first time. * A longer version of the sequence where No. 6 tours The Village by taxi. * When Rover is introduced, it does not kill a villager as it does in the televised version. * Longer version of the sequence where No. 6's radio-controlled helicopter returns to the Village. * Different closing credits, ending with an image of Earth and the universe turning into the pennyfarthing bicycle logo. Also, Wilfred Josephs is credited as musical director.


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0x00 Soundless Opening (January 01, 0001)





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