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. .
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In an interview filmed to coincide the showing of the series on PBS in the United States in 1985, McGoohan said he debated how long to show the face of Number One after Six pulls the mask off, since he didn't want it to be too short or too long. He said he finally just pick a random number of frames, although he could not at the time recall how many it was. He also noted that the very last shot of the series was of him driving his car, presumably of him finally free. It is the very same shot used at the beginning, and some fans have theorized that either it means that Six will soon find himself in the Village again, or that the whole adventure was some kind of hallucination. See more
Number Six walks past the same jukebox twice. It is easily identifiable by the Lesley Gore
record in it. See more
We thought you would feel happier as yourself.
In the opening sequence, over aerial shots of The Village, the following acknowledgment appears on screen: 'In the grounds of The Hotel Portmeirion Penrhyndeudraeth, North Wales by courtesy of Mr. Clough Williams-Ellis'. See more
Drumnastics No. 3: Section D - Reverse Space Waves
Written by Robert Farnon
Chappell Recorded Music Library See more