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ALL 17 DIGITALLY RESTORED EPISODES, PACKED WITH BRAND NEW SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDING IN-DEPTH DOCUMENTARIESWho is THE PRISONER?He is a man without a name and whose background is wreathed in mystery. Now a captive in the most intriguing, menacing, yet beautiful prison in the world - a very lovely village. But how to escape?THE PRISONER is one of the most challenging and unusual series ever filmed for television, devised by series star Patrick McGoohan. The Prisoner resists every physical and mental effort to break him. #stories of one man's tremendous, unflinching battle for survival as an individual in a macabre world in which every move is watched by electronic eyes and in which all of his 'neighbours' are suspect. The series' themes are incredibly as relevant today as they were in 1967.This 7-disc set brings together all 17 digitally restored episodes, special features including the in-depth documentaries Don't Knock Yourself Out, and In My Mind which examines the story of Patrick McGoohan's reluctance to speak about the series, plus a bonus disc with five episodes of Patrick McGoohan's previous series DANGER MAN - two of them new to Blu-ray. 7-DISC BLU-RAY SET + 120 page Collectable Booklet in Limited Edition Hardbox packaging.THE PRISONER - all 17 episodes on 5 discsSpecial Features and Technical Specs: 1080p High-definition presentation, restored in 2K from the original 35mm elements Collectable Hardbox packaging strictly limited to 1500 copiesNEW! 120-page booklet featuring an essay by television writer / historian Andrew Pixley, and Press/Story Information from the original studio filesOriginal 'as broadcast' Mono (LPCM), DTS-HD 5.1 Surround, Music & Effects audio tracks"Don't Knock Yourself Out" - feature-length documentary on the making of the series including archival and newly recorded interviews with key cast and production personnel (2007)"In My Mind" - feature-length documentary about director Chris Rodley's experiences attempting to interview Patrick McGoohan about the series (2017)"Patrick McGoohan 1983" - a 30 minute outtake from one of Chris Rodley's full interview sessions with Patrick McGoohan "Catherine McGoohan 2017" - Patrick McGoohan's daughter, Catherine, speaks candidly about her father's work and legacyAudio Commentary on "Arrival" by production manager Bernie Williams and film librarian Tony SlomanAudio Commentary on "The Chimes of Big Ben" by writer Vincent TilsleyAudio Commentary on "The Schizoid Man" by director Pat Jackson Audio Commentary on "The General" by director Peter Graham ScottAudio Commentary on "Dance of the Dead" by production manager Bernie Williams, film librarian Tony Sloman and editor John S. Smith Audio Commentary on "A Change of Mind" by writer Roger ParkesAudio Commentary on "Fall Out" by music editor Eric Mival and editor Noreen AcklandEarly edit versions of "Arrival" (restored in High Definition) and "The Chimes of Big Ben" (best surviving material) "Arrival" early edit Restoration Comparison Filming "Arrival" - Keith Rogerson captures the filming of this story on his standard 8mm camera during a visit to Portmeirion on 9th September, 1966"The Prisoner Puzzle" - Patrick McGoohan interview for TV-Ontario (1977) "You Make Sure It Fits" - interview with editor Eric MivalNEW! Interview with "The Schizoid Man" guest star Jane MerrowNEW! Interview with "Checkmate" guest star Annette Andre NEW! Interview with "Checkmate" guest star Derren NesbittPeter Wyngarde in "The Pink Prisoner" - interview featurette"The Prisoner - Behind-the-scenes" - interview with production manager Bernard Williams"Many Happy Returns: 50 Years On" - locations featuretteLeslie Gilliat Reece 35mm Transparencies - a series of photographs of Portmeirion in 1966 by producer Leslie Gilliat"Portmeirion 1939" - 16mm kodachrome amateur footage"The Prisoner Video Companion" - home video featurette (1990)"For The Love Of" - archival memorabilia featurette ITC Promotional Trailer - vintage film reel promoting ITC series for distribution, including The PrisonerSeries Archival Vault Material:Original Series and Episode trailers Original Ad-Break BumpersPhotograph Montage Footage used in "Arrival"Textless Titles featuring 3 variations of theme musicTextless MaterialFilm Trims from select episodesFiling Cabinet multi-language footage used for international markets Raw production footage filming "Rover" Nummer 6 - German title sequenceVillage Snaps - episodic, promotional and behind-the-scenes photo galleries1967 Press Conference Photo GalleryProduction Designs Photo GalleryExposure Strip GalleryBonus Disc: DANGER MANSelect episodes from Patrick McGoohan's genre-defining espionage series filmed between 1959-1966IN HD "View From The Villa" - an episode from the 25-minute series with scenes shot in Portmeirion (1959)NEW! IN HD "The Nurse" - an episode from the 25-minute seriesNEW! IN HD "Fair Exchange" - an episode from the 50-minute seriesIN HD "Colony Three" - an episode from the 50-minute series with a narrative that closely aligns with themes in "The Prisoner" IN HD "No Marks For Servility" - an episode from the 50-minute seriesAudio Commentaries by writer Brian Clemens and director Peter Graham Scott on "View From The Villa" and "The Nurse" NEW! "The Danger Men" - expanded interview documentary featuring producer Peter Price, writer Philip Broadley and stuntman Frank MaherProduction Rushes from the opening titles filming UK Ad Break bumpers US Secret Agent title sequences, Ad Break bumpers and sponsorship tagsPhoto Gallery
ALL 17 DIGITALLY RESTORED EPISODES, PACKED WITH BRAND NEW SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDING IN-DEPTH DOCUMENTARIESWho is THE PRISONER?He is a man without a name and whose background is wreathed in mystery. Now a captive in the most intriguing, menacing, yet beautiful prison in the world - a very lovely village. But how to escape?THE PRISONER is one of the most challenging and unusual series ever filmed for television, devised by series star Patrick McGoohan. The Prisoner resists every physical and mental effort to break him. #stories of one man's tremendous, unflinching battle for survival as an individual in a macabre world in which every move is watched by electronic eyes and in which all of his 'neighbours' are suspect. The series' themes are incredibly as relevant today as they were in 1967.This 7-disc set brings together all 17 digitally restored episodes, special features including the in-depth documentaries Don't Knock Yourself Out, and In My Mind which examines the story of Patrick McGoohan's reluctance to speak about the series, plus a bonus disc with five episodes of Patrick McGoohan's previous series DANGER MAN - two of them new to Blu-ray. 7-DISC BLU-RAY SET + 120 page Collectable Booklet in Limited Edition Hardbox packaging.THE PRISONER - all 17 episodes on 5 discsSpecial Features and Technical Specs: 1080p High-definition presentation, restored in 2K from the original 35mm elements Collectable Hardbox packaging strictly limited to 1500 copiesNEW! 120-page booklet featuring an essay by television writer / historian Andrew Pixley, and Press/Story Information from the original studio filesOriginal 'as broadcast' Mono (LPCM), DTS-HD 5.1 Surround, Music & Effects audio tracks"Don't Knock Yourself Out" - feature-length documentary on the making of the series including archival and newly recorded interviews with key cast and production personnel (2007)"In My Mind" - feature-length documentary about director Chris Rodley's experiences attempting to interview Patrick McGoohan about the series (2017)"Patrick McGoohan 1983" - a 30 minute outtake from one of Chris Rodley's full interview sessions with Patrick McGoohan "Catherine McGoohan 2017" - Patrick McGoohan's daughter, Catherine, speaks candidly about her father's work and legacyAudio Commentary on "Arrival" by production manager Bernie Williams and film librarian Tony SlomanAudio Commentary on "The Chimes of Big Ben" by writer Vincent TilsleyAudio Commentary on "The Schizoid Man" by director Pat Jackson Audio Commentary on "The General" by director Peter Graham ScottAudio Commentary on "Dance of the Dead" by production manager Bernie Williams, film librarian Tony Sloman and editor John S. Smith Audio Commentary on "A Change of Mind" by writer Roger ParkesAudio Commentary on "Fall Out" by music editor Eric Mival and editor Noreen AcklandEarly edit versions of "Arrival" (restored in High Definition) and "The Chimes of Big Ben" (best surviving material) "Arrival" early edit Restoration Comparison Filming "Arrival" - Keith Rogerson captures the filming of this story on his standard 8mm camera during a visit to Portmeirion on 9th September, 1966"The Prisoner Puzzle" - Patrick McGoohan interview for TV-Ontario (1977) "You Make Sure It Fits" - interview with editor Eric MivalNEW! Interview with "The Schizoid Man" guest star Jane MerrowNEW! Interview with "Checkmate" guest star Annette Andre NEW! Interview with "Checkmate" guest star Derren NesbittPeter Wyngarde in "The Pink Prisoner" - interview featurette"The Prisoner - Behind-the-scenes" - interview with production manager Bernard Williams"Many Happy Returns: 50 Years On" - locations featuretteLeslie Gilliat Reece 35mm Transparencies - a series of photographs of Portmeirion in 1966 by producer Leslie Gilliat"Portmeirion 1939" - 16mm kodachrome amateur footage"The Prisoner Video Companion" - home video featurette (1990)"For The Love Of" - archival memorabilia featurette ITC Promotional Trailer - vintage film reel promoting ITC series for distribution, including The PrisonerSeries Archival Vault Material:Original Series and Episode trailers Original Ad-Break BumpersPhotograph Montage Footage used in "Arrival"Textless Titles featuring 3 variations of theme musicTextless MaterialFilm Trims from select episodesFiling Cabinet multi-language footage used for international markets Raw production footage filming "Rover" Nummer 6 - German title sequenceVillage Snaps - episodic, promotional and behind-the-scenes photo galleries1967 Press Conference Photo GalleryProduction Designs Photo GalleryExposure Strip GalleryBonus Disc: DANGER MANSelect episodes from Patrick McGoohan's genre-defining espionage series filmed between 1959-1966IN HD "View From The Villa" - an episode from the 25-minute series with scenes shot in Portmeirion (1959)NEW! IN HD "The Nurse" - an episode from the 25-minute seriesNEW! IN HD "Fair Exchange" - an episode from the 50-minute seriesIN HD "Colony Three" - an episode from the 50-minute series with a narrative that closely aligns with themes in "The Prisoner" IN HD "No Marks For Servility" - an episode from the 50-minute seriesAudio Commentaries by writer Brian Clemens and director Peter Graham Scott on "View From The Villa" and "The Nurse" NEW! "The Danger Men" - expanded interview documentary featuring producer Peter Price, writer Philip Broadley and stuntman Frank MaherProduction Rushes from the opening titles filming UK Ad Break bumpers US Secret Agent title sequences, Ad Break bumpers and sponsorship tagsPhoto Gallery
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ALL 17 DIGITALLY RESTORED EPISODES, PACKED WITH BRAND NEW SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDING IN-DEPTH DOCUMENTARIESWho is THE PRISONER?He is a man without a name and whose background is wreathed in mystery. Now a captive in the most intriguing, menacing, yet beautiful prison in the world - a very lovely village. But how to escape?THE PRISONER is one of the most challenging and unusual series ever filmed for television, devised by series star Patrick McGoohan. The Prisoner resists every physical and mental effort to break him. #stories of one man's tremendous, unflinching battle for survival as an individual in a macabre world in which every move is watched by electronic eyes and in which all of his 'neighbours' are suspect. The series' themes are incredibly as relevant today as they were in 1967.This 7-disc set brings together all 17 digitally restored episodes, special features including the in-depth documentaries Don't Knock Yourself Out, and In My Mind which examines the story of Patrick McGoohan's reluctance to speak about the series, plus a bonus disc with five episodes of Patrick McGoohan's previous series DANGER MAN - two of them new to Blu-ray. 7-DISC BLU-RAY SET + 120 page Collectable Booklet in Limited Edition Hardbox packaging.THE PRISONER - all 17 episodes on 5 discsSpecial Features and Technical Specs: 1080p High-definition presentation, restored in 2K from the original 35mm elements Collectable Hardbox packaging strictly limited to 1500 copiesNEW! 120-page booklet featuring an essay by television writer / historian Andrew Pixley, and Press/Story Information from the original studio filesOriginal 'as broadcast' Mono (LPCM), DTS-HD 5.1 Surround, Music & Effects audio tracks"Don't Knock Yourself Out" - feature-length documentary on the making of the series including archival and newly recorded interviews with key cast and production personnel (2007)"In My Mind" - feature-length documentary about director Chris Rodley's experiences attempting to interview Patrick McGoohan about the series (2017)"Patrick McGoohan 1983" - a 30 minute outtake from one of Chris Rodley's full interview sessions with Patrick McGoohan "Catherine McGoohan 2017" - Patrick McGoohan's daughter, Catherine, speaks candidly about her father's work and legacyAudio Commentary on "Arrival" by production manager Bernie Williams and film librarian Tony SlomanAudio Commentary on "The Chimes of Big Ben" by writer Vincent TilsleyAudio Commentary on "The Schizoid Man" by director Pat Jackson Audio Commentary on "The General" by director Peter Graham ScottAudio Commentary on "Dance of the Dead" by production manager Bernie Williams, film librarian Tony Sloman and editor John S. Smith Audio Commentary on "A Change of Mind" by writer Roger ParkesAudio Commentary on "Fall Out" by music editor Eric Mival and editor Noreen AcklandEarly edit versions of "Arrival" (restored in High Definition) and "The Chimes of Big Ben" (best surviving material) "Arrival" early edit Restoration Comparison Filming "Arrival" - Keith Rogerson captures the filming of this story on his standard 8mm camera during a visit to Portmeirion on 9th September, 1966"The Prisoner Puzzle" - Patrick McGoohan interview for TV-Ontario (1977) "You Make Sure It Fits" - interview with editor Eric MivalNEW! Interview with "The Schizoid Man" guest star Jane MerrowNEW! Interview with "Checkmate" guest star Annette Andre NEW! Interview with "Checkmate" guest star Derren NesbittPeter Wyngarde in "The Pink Prisoner" - interview featurette"The Prisoner - Behind-the-scenes" - interview with production manager Bernard Williams"Many Happy Returns: 50 Years On" - locations featuretteLeslie Gilliat Reece 35mm Transparencies - a series of photographs of Portmeirion in 1966 by producer Leslie Gilliat"Portmeirion 1939" - 16mm kodachrome amateur footage"The Prisoner Video Companion" - home video featurette (1990)"For The Love Of" - archival memorabilia featurette ITC Promotional Trailer - vintage film reel promoting ITC series for distribution, including The PrisonerSeries Archival Vault Material:Original Series and Episode trailers Original Ad-Break BumpersPhotograph Montage Footage used in "Arrival"Textless Titles featuring 3 variations of theme musicTextless MaterialFilm Trims from select episodesFiling Cabinet multi-language footage used for international markets Raw production footage filming "Rover" Nummer 6 - German title sequenceVillage Snaps - episodic, promotional and behind-the-scenes photo galleries1967 Press Conference Photo GalleryProduction Designs Photo GalleryExposure Strip GalleryBonus Disc: DANGER MANSelect episodes from Patrick McGoohan's genre-defining espionage series filmed between 1959-1966IN HD "View From The Villa" - an episode from the 25-minute series with scenes shot in Portmeirion (1959)NEW! IN HD "The Nurse" - an episode from the 25-minute seriesNEW! IN HD "Fair Exchange" - an episode from the 50-minute seriesIN HD "Colony Three" - an episode from the 50-minute series with a narrative that closely aligns with themes in "The Prisoner" IN HD "No Marks For Servility" - an episode from the 50-minute seriesAudio Commentaries by writer Brian Clemens and director Peter Graham Scott on "View From The Villa" and "The Nurse" NEW! "The Danger Men" - expanded interview documentary featuring producer Peter Price, writer Philip Broadley and stuntman Frank MaherProduction Rushes from the opening titles filming UK Ad Break bumpers US Secret Agent title sequences, Ad Break bumpers and sponsorship tagsPhoto Gallery
        
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