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The Prisoner
Executive Producer: Patrick McGoohan
Writer: Michael Cramoy
Director: Robert Asher
Art Director: Jack Shampan
First shown: Friday the 8th December 1967 at 19:30 on ATV Midlands
The collar chain for the "Seal of Office" medallion worn by the leader of the Village—in this scene used to hide an assassination-attempt bomb—incorporates a figure of Saint Andrew, similar to that used by the Grand Lodge of Scotland and a three tower castle, similar to that used by the Grand Lodge of England. The similarity, and the association, is so faint as to barely qualify as an obscure reference to Freemasonry. The use of an eye and pyramid backdrop in the Village council chambers is equally obscure.

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