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"The Prisoner" (1967) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1
Year: 1967 | 1968


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Arrival

5 September 1967
After resigning, a secret agent finds himself trapped in a bizarre prison known only as The Village.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Virginia Maskell ... The Woman
Guy Doleman ... Number Two
Paul Eddington ... Cobb

George Baker ... The New Number Two
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
Barbara Yu Ling ... Taxi Driver
Stephanie Randall ... Maid
Jack Allen ... Doctor
Fabia Drake ... Welfare Worker
Denis Shaw ... Shopkeeper
Oliver MacGreevy ... Gardener / Electrician
Frederick Piper ... Ex-Admiral
Patsy Smart ... Waitress
Christopher Benjamin ... Labour Exchange Manager
Peter Swanwick ... Supervisor
David Garfield ... Hospital Attendant
Peter Brace ... 1st Guardian
Keith Peacock ... 2nd Guardian
Fenella Fielding ... Loudspeaker Announcer & Telephone Operator (voice) (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: The Chimes of Big Ben

8 October 1967
Nadia, Number 8, arrives in The Village and together with Number 6 they plot their escape.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six

Leo McKern ... Number Two
Nadia Gray ... Nadia Rokovsky, Number 8

Finlay Currie ... General
Richard Wattis ... Fotheringay
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
Kevin Stoney ... Colonel J.
Christopher Benjamin ... Number Two's Assistant
David Arlen ... Karel
Peter Swanwick ... Supervisor
Hilda Barry ... No. 38
Jack Le White ... First Judge (as Jack Le-White)
John Maxim ... Second Judge
Lucy Griffiths ... Third Judge
Fenella Fielding ... Loudspeaker Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)
Frederick Piper ... Ex-Admiral (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: A. B. and C.

15 October 1967
Number 2 believes that Number 6 resigned because he was going to sell out his superiors. Using his dreams, Number 2 tries to determine which of three possible candidates he was working with.

Season 1, Episode 3: Free for All

22 October 1967
Number 6 runs for the office of Number 2.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Eric Portman ... Number Two
Rachel Herbert ... Number Fifty Eight
George Benson ... Labour Exchange Manager
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
Harold Berens ... Reporter
John Cazabon ... Man in Cave
Dene Cooper ... Photographer
Kenneth Benda ... Supervisor
Holly Doone ... Waitress
Peter Brace ... 1st Mechanic
Alf Joint ... 2nd Mechanic
Fenella Fielding ... Loudspeaker Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Schizoid Man

29 October 1967
Number Six wakes up with a new identity. Now he's Number Twelve. Worse, Number Two asks him to impersonate someone--Number Six. But the new Number Six is more like him than he is.

Season 1, Episode 5: The General

5 November 1967
Number 2 tries using an instant learning process as a brain washing tool and is stopped by Number 6.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Colin Gordon ... Number Two

John Castle ... Number Twelve
Peter Howell ... Professor
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
Al Mancini ... Announcer
Betty McDowall ... Professor's Wife
Peter Swanwick ... Supervisor
Conrad Phillips ... Doctor
Michael Miller ... Man in Buggy
Keith Pyott ... Waiter
Ian Fleming ... Man at Cafe and First Top Hat

Norman Mitchell ... Mechanic
Bette Bourne ... Projection Operator (as Peter Bourne)
George Leech ... First Corridor Guard
Jack Cooper ... Second Corridor Guard (as Jackie Cooper)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)
Robert Rietty ... (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Many Happy Returns

12 November 1967
Number 6 wakes up to find the Village totally deserted.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six

Donald Sinden ... The Colonel
Patrick Cargill ... Thorpe
Georgina Cookson ... Mrs. Butterworth
Brian Worth ... Group Captain
Richard Caldicot ... Commander
Dennis Chinnery ... Gunther
Jon Laurimore ... Ernst
Nike Arrighi ... Gypsy Girl
Grace Arnold ... Maid
Larry Taylor ... Gypsy Man
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)
Robert Rietty ... Number Two (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Dance of the Dead

26 November 1967
Number 6 comes across a body that has washed ashore with a radio. After sending the body back out to sea, he tries to use the radio to get rescued.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Mary Morris ... Number Two
Duncan Macrae ... Doctor / Napoleon Bonaparte (as Duncan MacRae)
Norma West ... Girl Bo-Peep
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler

Aubrey Morris ... Town Crier / Roman Emperor
Bee Duffell ... Psychiatrist
Camilla Hasse ... Day Supervisor
Alan White ... Dutton
Michael Nightingale ... Night Supervisor
Patsy Smart ... Night Maid
Denise Buckley ... Maid
George Merritt ... Postman
John Frawley ... Flowerman
Lucy Griffiths ... Lady in Corridor
William Lyon Brown ... 2nd Doctor
Fenella Fielding ... Loudspeaker Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Checkmate

3 December 1967
After waking up from an artificial sleep, Number 6 discovers a game of "live chess" on the Village green in which the "chessmen" are Villagers and the players sit in elevated chairs and call out the moves with megaphones. Recruited by one player as the Queen's pawn, he only reluctantly obeys his "master's" orders. After the match, Number 6 enacts a new escape plan that requires the complicity of a specific type of individual. He chooses one of the rooks from the chess game, a man known for his rebellious nature.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Ronald Radd ... Rook
Patricia Jessel ... 1st Psychiatrist

Peter Wyngarde ... Number Two
Rosalie Crutchley ... Queen
George Coulouris ... Man with the Stick
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
Bee Duffell ... 2nd Psychiatrist
Basil Dignam ... Supervisor
Michael Danvers-Walker ... Painter (as Danvers Walker)
Denis Shaw ... Shopkeeper
Victor Platt ... Assistant Supervisor
Shivaun O'Casey ... Nurse
Geoffrey Reed ... Skipper
Terence Donovan ... Sailor
Joe Dunne ... 1st Tower Guard
Romo Gorrara ... 2nd Tower Guard
Fenella Fielding ... Loudspeaker Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Hammer Into Anvil

10 December 1967
Number 6 goes after Number 2 after he drives a fellow village resident to her death.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Patrick Cargill ... Number Two
Victor Maddern ... Bandmaster
Basil Hoskins ... Number Fourteen
Norman Scace ... Psychiatric Director
Derek Aylward ... New Supervisor
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
Hilary Heath ... Number Seventy-Three (as Hilary Dwyer)
Arthur Gross ... Control Room Operator
Peter Swanwick ... Supervisor
Victor Woolf ... Shop Assistant
Michael Segal ... Laboratory Technician
Margo Andrew ... Shop Kiosk Girl
Susan Sheers ... Female Code Expert
Jack Cooper ... 1st Guardian (as Jackie Cooper)
Fred Haggerty ... 2nd Guardian
Eddie Powell ... 3rd Guardian
George Leech ... 4th Guardian (as George Leach)
Pat Gorman ... Hospital Orderly (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: It's Your Funeral

17 December 1967
Number Six hears of an assassination plot against Number Two. But Number Two is the one doing all the plotting.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six

Derren Nesbitt ... New Number Two
Annette Andre ... Watchmaker's Daughter
Mark Eden ... Number One Hundred
Andre Van Gyseghem ... Retiring Number Two
Martin Miller ... Watchmaker / Number Fifty Four

Wanda Ventham ... Computer Attendant
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
Mark Burns ... Number Two's Assistant
Peter Swanwick ... Supervisor
Charles Lloyd Pack ... Artist
Grace Arnold ... Number Thirty Six
Arthur White ... Stall Holder
Michael Bilton ... M.C. Councillor
Gerry Crampton ... Kosho Game Opponent
Fenella Fielding ... Loudspeaker Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: A Change of Mind

31 December 1967
After a brawl Number 6 is declared "unmutual" and is made to think that he has undergone "instant social treatment."

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Angela Browne ... Number Eighty-Six
John Sharp ... Number Two (as John Sharpe)
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
George Pravda ... Doctor
Kathleen Breck ... Number Forty-Two
Peter Swanwick ... Supervisor
Thomas Heathcote ... Lobo Man
Bartlett Mullins ... Committee Chairman
Michael Miller ... Number Ninety-Three
Joseph Cuby ... 1st Member of Social Group
Michael Chow ... 2nd Member of Social Group
June Ellis ... Number Forty-Eight
John Hamblin ... 1st Woodland Man

Michael Billington ... 2nd Woodland Man
Fenella Fielding ... Loudspeaker Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling

7 January 1968
With his mind transferred to another body, Number 6 wakes up in his London flat and can't convince his colleagues who he is. He takes off to Austria to find the one man who can help him, the person Number 2 wants him to find.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Zena Walker ... Janet
Clifford Evans ... Number Two

Nigel Stock ... The Colonel / Number Six / Seltzman
Angelo Muscat ... The Butler
Hugo Schuster ... Seltzman / The Colonel
John Wentworth ... Sir Charles
James Bree ... Villiers
Kynaston Reeves ... The Minister
Lloyd Lamble ... Stapleton
Patrick Jordan ... Danvers
Lockwood West ... Camera Shop Manager
Fredric Abbott ... Potter
Gertan Klauber ... Cafe Waiter
Henry B. Longhurst ... Old Guest (as Henry Longhurst)
Michael Danvers-Walker ... First New Man (as Danvers Walker)
John Nolan ... Young Guest
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Living in Harmony

14 January 1968
Number 6 finds himself in the middle of a wild west version of his imprisonment.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Alexis Kanner ... The Kid
David Bauer ... The Judge / Number Two
Valerie French ... Kathy
Gordon Tanner ... Town Elder
Gordon Sterne ... Bystander
Michael Balfour ... Will
Larry Taylor ... Mexican Sam
Monti DeLyle ... Town Dignitary (as Monti De Lyle)
Douglas Jones ... Horse Dealer
Bill Nick ... First Gunman
Leslie Crawford ... Second Gunman (as Les Crawford)
Frank Maher ... Third Gunman
Max Faulkner ... First Horseman
Bill Cummings ... Second Horseman
Eddie Eddon ... Third Horseman

Season 1, Episode 14: The Girl Who Was Death

21 January 1968
Back in London, Number 6 is trying to track down a crazed scientist who is protected by his homicidal daughter.

Patrick McGoohan ... Number Six
Kenneth Griffith ... Schnipps / Number Two
Justine Lord ... Sonia
Christopher Benjamin ... Potter
Michael Brennan ... Killer Karminski
Harold Berens ... Boxing M.C.
Sheena Marshe ... Barmaid (as Sheena Marsh)
Max Faulkner ... Scots Napoleon
John Rees ... Welsh Napoleon
Joe Gladwin ... Yorkshire Napoleon
John Drake ... Bowler
Gaynor Steward ... Little Girl
Graham Steward ... First Little Boy
Stephen Howe ... Second Little Boy
Alexis Kanner ... Photographer / Chief's voice (uncredited)
Frank Maher ... Number Two (uncredited)
George Markstein ... Man Behind Desk in Title Sequence (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Once Upon a Time

28 January 1968
Because all other attempts to break Number 6 have failed, Number 2 decides to engage him in a game where one of them will end up dead.

Season 1, Episode 16: Fall Out

4 February 1968
After witnessing the trials of Number 2 and Number 48 and meeting the President of the Assembly, Number 6 escapes during the chaos that follows.

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