20-09-2016, 02:23 PM
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D for DOLEMAN
Guy Doleman was born in New Zealand and is well known as Count Lippe in the James Bond film Thunderball and as Colonel Ross in the 3 Harry Palmer films. In The Prisoner he played the part of No 2 in the first episode, "Arrival".
E for ELTISLEY
Eltisley is a small village about 11 miles west of Cambridge. The main sequences of the cricket match in the episode "The Girl Who Was Death" were filmed here.
F for FRENCH
Valerie French appeared in the episode "Living In Harmony" as Kathy/No 22.
G for GRAINER
Ron Grainer was an Australian composer who worked for most of his professional career in England. He wrote The Prisoner theme music and many other music for television and films, including the Doctor Who theme.
H for HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
The usual title sequence of the series features a car journey in which the driver is seen to pass the Houses of Parliament on the way to his destination. This was shown at the beginning of 15 of the 17 episodes.
L for LORD
Justine Lord played the part of Sonia in the episode "The Girl Who Was Death".
12-08-2017, 05:37 PM
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M for McKERN
Leo McKern was one of only two actors to play Number Two more than once. He played the part in 3 of the 17 episodes, "The Chimes of Big Ben", "Once Upon a Time" and "Fall Out".