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"Be Seeing You"
   is the catch phrase of   
The Prisoner
Also John Drake from Danger Man, both of which were played by Patrick McGoohan
"I Am Not a Number, I Am a Free Man!"
   is the catch phrase of   
The Prisoner
Patrick McGoohan
A Lotus Seven
   appeared in   
The Prisoner
License plate KAR120C. 1967 BBC TV series. The car colour is olive green with a yellow nose. Be seeing you!
3rd
   Harry Potter book was   
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Azkaban is the fictional wizard prison
The Prisoner
   final episode was called   
Fall Out
J. K. Rowling
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
Based on the 1999 book
Norman Mailer
   wrote   
The Prisoner of Sex
1971
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
   starred   
Daniel Radcliffe, Richard Griffiths and Pam Ferris
Director: Alfonso Cuarón. Also starred Fiona Shaw, Harry Melling & Adrian Rawlins
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
   has the tagline   
Something Wicked This Way Comes
'By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes' popular Shakespeare quotation, used by Ray Bradbury among others. From Macbeth.
The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1975)
   starred   
Jack Lemmon, Anne Bancroft and Gene Saks
Director: Melvin Frank. Also starred Elizabeth Wilson, Florence Stanley & Maxine Stuart. Plot: A suddenly unemployed ex-executive suffers a nervous breakdown.
The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1975)
   has the tagline   
...and You Think You've Got Problems
J. K. Rowling
   wrote   
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
(1999) No.11 top selling children's hardcover book of all time as of 2000.
The Prisoner
   is played by William Holden in   
Escape to Athena (1979)
Carlos Ruiz Zafón
   wrote   
The Prisoner of Heaven
2011
Number Six
   is a fictional secret agent in   
'The Prisoner'
TV series. Played by Patrick McGoohan.Much of Number Six's background is kept a mystery. Several episodes suggest that he was a spy or similar operative (code number ZM-73, as well as several other aliases).
The Prisoner's Song
   was released by   
Vernon Dalhart
1925 - inducted in 1998






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