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  • Norma West as the strange woman is also interesting to watch

    • by Orrymain
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      The most fascinating aspect to The Prisoner TV series for me has been the revolving door with the Number Two character. Number Two continues to change all the time, and I still don’t quite understand why that happens. Regardless, in The Prisoner: Dance of the Dead, Number Two is

      actually a female as portrayed by Mary Morris.

      Dance of the Dead starts out with some doctors trying to use a device to convince Number Six to give them the information they want. Number Two intervenes, chastising them for their actions. She believes Number Six has to be won over ...


      • and makes her own plan to do so.

        Then there’s something about a dance, a strange woman, and a cat. It’s all really weird, which seems to be my word for this series. I almost wonder if, considering this was the sixties, if the people creating this show weren’t drugged

        and high when they thought up these stories. They are just … strange.

        I do like Mary Morris in Dance of the Dead. She’s somewhat curious and watchable as Number Two. Norma West as the strange woman is also interesting to watch.

        Overall, though, Dance of the Dead just isn’t for me.




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