A new prisoner, Nadia, or Number Eight, knows where the Village is, which means she and Number Six can escape. Using a boat that was disguised as a piece of abstract art, they make their way to the nearest shore and from there back to London, hidden in packing crates. But Number Six learns that nothing in this adventure was what it seemed.
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Nadia' s interrogator after her escape attempt is voiced by Robert Rietty See more
When Number Six and Nadia are hiding in boxes, with the wood divider between them, Patrick McGoohan
ruins the illusion that they are separated by sticking his hand over the edge of the wood divider. See more
Woman Over Loudspeaker
Good morning, good morning, good morning. And what a lovely day it is. Rise and shine, rise and shine! Before our program of early-morning music, here are two announcements. The long-range weather forecast is that the fine spell will continue for at least another month. Your local council - and remember it is *your* local council, democratically elected by you - have decided to organize a great new competition. Can you paint? Can you draw? Can you model in clay? If you can, then ...
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National Unity March
Written by Arnold Steck
Chappell Recorded Music Library See more