The Prisoner faces the court of the village, where the resuscitated No. 2 (Leo McKern) confronts the man who defeated him.
No. 2 (Leo McKern) uses ruthless, continuous interrogation in a desperate attempt to learn why No. 6 resigned.
A lovely but lethal woman (Justine Lord) lures No. 6 through a gamut of ingenious assassination attempts.
No. 6 becomes sheriff in a Western town where there is rivalry over a beautiful girl.
With his mind and personality in another body, No. 6 must find a missing scientist.
A lovely woman (Angela Browne) implements mind-altering Instant Social Conversion.
Seeing No. 6 as a threat to an assassination, the village rulers plan to discredit him.
To avenge a young woman's death, No. 6 pretends to spy on No. 2.
A game with villagers as chess pieces turns to intrigue when No. 6 plots an escape.
A bevy of women and an imprisoned old friend make No. 6 reveal why he resigned.
The Prisoner escapes, returns to London and scours the world to find the village to corroborate his story.
No. 6 tries to find the controlling force behind a new brainwashing scheme masquerading as an education breakthrough.
Empathetic No. 24 (Jane Merrow) is No. 6's only hope of saving himself from a scheme to split his personality.
No. 6 campaigns to become No. 2, but his outspokenness leads to a brainwashing.
His captors hope a drug that controls dreams will reveal whether No. 6 sold out.
A rebellious new arrival is tortured until No. 6 participates in a village arts and crafts show.
A secret agent (Patrick McGoohan) resigns and finds himself captive in a strange village from which there is no escape.