Number Six comes across a body that has washed ashore with a radio. After sending the body back out to sea, he tries to use the radio to get rescued. A former colleague finds him, but the man is resigned to his own destruction. Later, Number Six calls his ex-colleague to be his character witness during a mock trial conducted by the villagers, who are in the middle of a carnival and wearing various costumes. The man comes out in a jester's outfit; but Number Two, dressed as Peter Pan, will have the last evil laugh.
Did You Know?
The title refers to 'The Danse Macabre' by Camille Saint-Saëns, written in 1874. See more
Number 6 accidentally walks into the entrance to Town Hall and gets shocked, not knowing he was entering it, but episodes earlier he stated the Village had a town Hall, implying he already knew about it. See more
[the Prisoner's costume for a fancy dress ball - picked by others - is delivered
What is it?
My own suit, specially delivered for the occasion.
What does that mean?
That I am still... myself.
Harpsichord Links - 2. Slow Tempo
Written by Ron Grainer
and Johnny Hawksworth
Chappell Recorded Music Library See more