The Prisoner (disambiguation)

The Prisoner (disambiguation)

The Prisoner may refer to:
*"The Prisoner", a 1967 UK television series, starring Patrick McGoohan, and its announced remake, scheduled for broadcast in 2009.
** Its main character, usually addressed in the series as "Number Six"
**"The Prisoner (computer game)", a 1980 computer game based upon the series.
**'Prisoner 2", a 1982 computer game based upon the series.
**"The Prisoner (song)", an Iron Maiden song inspired by the TV series.
**"The Prisoner (novel)", a novel by Thomas Disch based upon the TV series.
*Eddie Dean, a character in The Dark Tower Series referred to as "The Prisoner" in a prophecy.
*the fifth volume of Marcel Proust's novel "In Search of Lost Time", which is entitled "La Prisonnière" ("The Prisoner").
* "The Prisoner" (The Clash song), a 1978 song by The Clash
*"The Prisoner" (1923 film), a 1923 film featuring Boris Karloff
*"The Prisoner" (1955 film), a 1955 film starring Alec Guinness.
*Island of Fire a Hong Kong film starring Jackie Chan also known as "The Prisoner"
*"Prisoner (TV series)", an Australian television soap opera also known as "Prisoner: Cell Block H".
*"The Prisoner (web series)", a 2007 episodic narrative released on the web based upon current events.
*"The Prisoner (short story)", a short story by South African author, Nadine Gordimer, included in her 1957 story collection, "The Soft Voice of the Serpent".
*" a documentary about someone who the Americans thought was plotting to kill Tony Blair.

ee also

* Prisoner

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