A new Number Two, anxious to find out why the Prisoner resigned, uses a 'Special Machine' to infiltrate and order Number Six's dreams, introducing, over a period of three nights, three separate characters to determine which one he was working with. Number Six, however, cottons on and uses his dreams to spoil the plan. Written by
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No 14 only has one dialogue scene with No 6 in "A. B. and C." despite their frequent interaction. See more
I wasn't selling out. That wasn't the reason I resigned.
References Our Man Flint
Bienvenue Mister Jones
by Jack Arel
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