In the final episode of the series, Number 6 finds himself before a magistrate. He is given a place of honor however while the magistrate rules on the cases of several others. In the end, Number 6, Number 2, the butler and Number 48 all manage to escape and return to London while pandemonium races through the Village. .
Did You Know?
According to Dhani Harrison, son of Beatle George Harrison, the Beatles were to be in a movie similar to "The Prisoner", written and directed by Patrick McGoohan, but the project fell through. McGoohan was able to convince them to allow their song "All You Need is Love" to be used in the final episode; one of the only times the band permitted their music to be licensed for television. See more
A very obvious fake beard attached to the 'dead' Number Two's chin is clearly visible for a couple of seconds as he is being carried away. This was because Leo McKern had inadvertently shaved off his real beard prior to filming. See more
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In all preceding episodes, the final shot of the closing credits consisted of a view of Rover (the balloon) skimming across the water. For this final episode this was replaced by a still image of the completed bicycle that forms during the credits. See more
Written by James Weldon Johnson
Performed by The Four Lads See more