In the 1960s British actor Patrick McGoohan helped create and starred in a TV series titled The Prisoner, a surrealist drama where a spy who tried to quit was incarcerated in an unknown location called "The Village" in an effort to extract information from him.
Here's a clip of the introduction to each episode:
And this is his response to "Number Two" (we never see One) when McGoohan's character is labeled Number Six:
The series was short, but has a cult following to this day.
McGoohan's last prominent role was as King Edward I Longshanks in Braveheart. He died today in California, aged 80.
Number Six is now free.
Rest in Peace, Patrick.
"Be seeing you."