The Prisoner

The Girl Who Was Death - S1-E15

Audio problem: For some reason, "Londonderry Air" was dubbed over the original song being performed by the actors/singers. Their lips aren't moving in sync with the words at all.

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Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling - S1-E13

Audio problem: When Number 6 tells the Kandersfeld waiter that he took some photographs, we hear his words, but his mouth doesn't move.

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Free for All - S1-E4

Audio problem: During the campaign, the marching band is striking up a lively tune, and the bass drummer is pounding away on his drum - but there's no drum beat in the sound mix.

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Fall Out - S1-E17

Audio problem: Number 48 is still singing when he's carried out near the end - his lips are moving but we don't hear anything. A few shots later, we can hear him again, but his lips aren't moving in sync with the sound.

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Checkmate - S1-E9

Audio problem: During a fight with Number 6, one of the Village keepers falls from the bell tower. His fall terminates in the sound effect of a loud splash - but the bell tower isn't anywhere near any water.

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Mistakes

Throughout the episode, Number 6's lapels switch from having solid to broken white piping and back again.

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Trivia

This episode was not shown in the initial U.S. airing of "The Prisoner" on CBS. There was speculation that its pacifist, anti-violence moral might have been construed as a Vietnam War protest, but the network's reason for censoring the episode has never been disclosed.

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