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This is a print based on the 1967 TV series "The Prisoner," created by and starring Patrick McGoohan. Fans of the show will instantly recognize that the image is of the iconic blazer worn by Number 6 throughout the series, and the text that forms it (click the image to make it large enough to read) is from an exchange featured in nearly episode of the series:

Prisoner: Where am I?
Number Two: In the village.
Prisoner: What do you want?
Two: Information.
Prisoner: Whose side are you on?
Two: That would be telling.... We want information... information... information!
Prisoner: You won't get it!
Two: By hook or by crook, we will.
Prisoner: Who are you?
Two: The new Number Two.
Prisoner: Who is Number One?
Two: You are Number Six.
Prisoner: I am not a number; I am a free man!

(forgive the formatting.)

This print is available in several sizes, and all are printed on heavy matte coverstock. Posters ship rolled via USPS first-class mail to customers in the U.S. and via standard airmail to buyers elsewhere. Thanks for looking, be seeing you!

The Prisoner (1967) Poster

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  • Materials: coverstock, digital illustration
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