It is rare that unseen items from The Prisoner TV series appear after 46 years since transmission, but recently ebay has seen some exceptions in the form of original behind the scenes photos taken by onlookers and extras in Portmeirion during the filming of the series in September 1966.

Prints of these stills are now available from the owner, James Dunn, who has agreed to pass on a proportion of each sale to Ty Gobaith Hospice.

The stills, which lay dormant in a dusty draw for many years in Gwynedd, North Wales were taken by a local girl during filming and these have been restored for printing. A set of four 8x6 still photos is available, with a further limited edition larger print also available. The 8 x 10 print (left) will be sent in a Richmond Black 12 x 10 frame with cream matting, and numbered (limited to 500). The item comes accompanied by the three other (unframed) prints.

For a limited period, the larger prints are available at an exclusive price £49.99 plus shipping. Please contact TUW if you are interested in either the £12 set or the deluxe set and we will pass your details to Mr Dunn.

For a slightly larger version of the image (left) click HERE.

**PLEASE NOTE: These images and the sale of them are not connected in any way to The Unmutual Website or anyone involved with the website. TUW is merely advertising their sale, as TUW does with all independent items and projects. TUW is delighted that Mr Dunn has agreed to donate a percentage to Ty Gobaith Hospice.**

With thanks to James Dunn for this news item.