A life time fan and Prisonerologist of the 1960's series 'the Prisoner', a leading authority on the subject, a short story writer, and now Prisoner novelist.
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The Prisoner 1967 Lost Items #3 - The Prisoner as a series of 92mn films! (odysee.com)
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Hi DavidI've just watched the three "Lost Items" videos and have to say how enthralling they are. I note that you are listed in the credits. The film format seemingly brings the on-screen action all the closer, compared to the 4:3 TV format.The explanations of the rationale behind the bringing together of pairs of episodes, is most fascinating!Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention.BCNUMike
Hello Mike, I'm happy you enjoyed the video, I was both astonished and fascinated by it when I first watched it. And so I was more then happy to share this remarkable work of David Fakrikian with readers of my blog. Yes I am given a credit as I was slightly involved with the project, and very happy to have been so. Always good to hear from you my friend. Hope all is well with you.My very best regardsDavid
Hi DavidWe are keeping well, thank you. I hope you and yours are also well.I've joined a few Facebook groups for The Prisoner and generally find a healthy level of interest and interaction. My go to, however, for in-depth and stimulating stuff is your blog here. Please keep up the good work.CheersMike
Hello Mike, Thank you for saying so, and I shall continue to give of my best. You will have observed that my blog is now mostly dedicated to Prisoner based fiction. Well it simply had to be, as I felt I had come to the end of my time writing about the series itself. So I turned to fiction. Currently I’m working on my fourth Prisoner based novel, and I’m hoping my publisher can persuade ITV Studios to be open to the idea of allowing them to be published.Enjoy the weekendDavid