The Prisoner (1967–1968)
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The Girl Who Was Death 

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

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Kenneth Griffith ...
Justine Lord ...
Sonia
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Michael Brennan ...
Killer Karminski
Harold Berens ...
Boxing M.C.
Sheena Marshe ...
Barmaid (as Sheena Marsh)
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Scots Napoleon
John Rees ...
Welsh Napoleon
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Yorkshire Napoleon
John Drake ...
Bowler
Gaynor Steward ...
Little Girl
Graham Steward ...
First Little Boy
Stephen Howe ...
Second Little Boy
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Number Six is now back in rural England as Agent X,investigating the death of Colonel Hawke-English who was on the trail of Scnipps,a mad scientist threatening to point a rocket at London to destroy it. Agent X is literally stalked by Death, alias Sonia,the daughter of Schnipps,who lures him to a building full of deadly booby traps,which he manages to avoid. He eventually traces her to a light-house,which is actually the rocket itself,and has to thwart her and her father to save the capital. Written by don @ minifie-1

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21 January 1968 (UK)  »

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Trivia

The Sherlock Holmes disguise in the boxing match and the funfair was not in the original script. It was changed to allow Frank Maher, Patrick McGoohan's stunt double, to play No 6 during McGoohan's absence from filming. See more »

Goofs

When number six is singing Danny Boy, his lips are not moving correctly with the lyrics. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
The Prisoner: Busy, Potter?
Potter: [disguised as a shoeshine boy] It's our form of Siberia.
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Spoofs Get Smart (1965) See more »

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Cue For Murder No. 1 - Harpsichord Bass Bongo, Slow
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Written by Johnny Hawksworth
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A Break from the Conventional Dramatic
22 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was a bit disappointed because as the series came to an end, it would seem one would deal with a more conventional setting. Number Six substitutes for a cricket batter who was blown up by a ball/bomb. He is about to receive the same fate but catches the ball, throws it in the air, and watches it explode. He is in a sort of gauntlet run, pursued by a girl named Death. She tries every manner of tortuous device, but he one-ups her at every turn. She finally assumes he is dead and returns to her Napoleon complex father. Number Six is at their house and manages to make life miserable for them. Other than the usual smokescreen of deception where anything goes and there seems to be enough money to accomplish it, it makes no sense until the last couple minutes, and even then, it's superfluous.


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