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A. B. and C.
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  1. the title of the third episode of the British science fiction-allegorical series, The Prisoner

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  2. never definitely indicated whether the Number Two in this episode is the same Number Two played by Colin Gordon in "The General"

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  3. originally aired in the UK on ITV on 15 October 1967 and was first broadcast in the United States on CBS in the summer of 1968

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  4. The episode starred Patrick McGoohan in the character of Number Six and featured as Number Two Colin Gordon, the only actor other than Leo McKern who would play Number Two in more than one episode

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  5. The episode opens with Number Two pacing in his office, interrupted by the harsh, high bleeping of the red phone on his desk

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