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The Prisoner: A Televisionary Masterpiece
     

The Prisoner: A Televisionary Masterpiece

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by Alain Carraze, Christine Donougher (Translator), P. J. Oswald (Designed by), Bruno Poiret (Photographer), Daniel Gelli (Photographer)
 

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This book, the most comprehensive study of the series yet published, covers every aspect of the programme, from its conception in 1965, through the personality clashes and technical difficulties that plagued its making, to it s army of devotees today.

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This book, the most comprehensive study of the series yet published, covers every aspect of the programme, from its conception in 1965, through the personality clashes and technical difficulties that plagued its making, to it s army of devotees today.

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ISBN-13:
9781566198196
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
09/15/1995
Pages:
241

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The Prisoner 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This TV series is SOOOOO COOL!!!! The book has a detailed episode guide with pictures, information on Portmeirion (The location at which The Prisoner was taped) and behind the scenes info such as an interview with Patrick McGoohan, Alternate tapings, and the alternate rover. Be Seeing you