The Prisoner (1967)

The series follows a British former secret agent who is held prisoner in a mysterious coastal village resort where his captors try to find out why he abruptly resigned from his job. Although sold as a thriller in the mould of the previous series starring McGoohan, Danger Man (1960–68), the show's combination of 1960s countercultural themes and surreal setting had a far-reaching effect on science fiction/fantasy programming, and on popular culture in general.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 9
Season 1 September 1967 February 1968 17
Unassigned Episodes 2
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 6
Season 1 September 1967 February 1968 17
Unassigned Episodes 5
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 September 1967 February 1968 17
Unassigned Episodes 11
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Patrick McGoohan 6 10/20/1967 - 02/02/1968
David Tomblin 4 09/29/1967 - 01/19/1968
Pat Jackson 4 10/13/1967 - 12/22/1967
Don Chaffey 4 09/29/1967 - 11/24/1967
Joseph Serf 2 11/10/1967 - 12/15/1967
Tim Beddows 1
Thomas Cook 1
Robert Asher 1 12/08/1967
Peter Graham Scott 1 11/03/1967
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Anthony Skene 3 10/13/1967 - 11/17/1967
Peter Wyngarde 2
Vincent Tilsley 2 10/06/1967 - 12/22/1967
Terence Feely 2 10/27/1967 - 01/19/1968
Roger Woddis 1 12/01/1967
Roger Parkes 1 12/15/1967
George Markstein 1 09/29/1967
Gerald Kelsey 1 11/24/1967
Joshua Adam 1 11/03/1967
Michael Cramoy 1 12/08/1967
Paddy Fitz 1 10/20/1967

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