PM2005 DVD

On August 8th 2005, a sell-out crowd at Portmeirion's Hercules Hall attended PM2005 - a celebration of Patrick McGoohan, Danger Man, The Prisoner, and Portmeirion in aid of Ty Gobaith Children's Hospice in North Wales. Click HERE for a full review of the event.

After several months in production, a 2-hour DVD of highlights from the event is now available, and includes:

  *In-depth interview with "Prisoner" and "Danger Man" Director Peter Graham Scott.  
  *In-depth interview with "Prisoner" Music Editor Eric Mival.  
  *In-depth interview with "Prisoner" Film Editor John S Smith.  
  *In-depth interview with "Prisoner" and "Danger Man" writer Robert Fairclough.  
  *Highlights from the Portmeirion Guided Tour.  
  *Feature on The Lego Village.  
  *Previously unseen post-event special guest interview footage.  
  *Special Guest Piazza Press Call.  
  *Views from the attendees.  
  *Specially composed Prisoneresque music.  

Technical details: The DVD is Region Free PAL format - please ensure that your equipment can play discs produced in this format. Aspect Ration: 16:9 (widescreen). Stereo. Running time: Approx 120 minutes.


To purchase a DVD, all you need is a credit card / Paypal account. You can purchase HERE.

If you prefer to buy via ebay, simply search for "PM2005 DVD".

If you are a retailer wishing to purchase multiple copies, special bulk rates are available upon request.


PM2005 The DVD has been professionally produced using a glass-mastering technique and is a Region Free PAL format DVD. The Unmutual Website accepts no responsibility for buyers not being aware of their equipments lack of capability to play DVDs in this format. All orders will be processed within 7 days. Please allow up to 14 days for delivery. UK buyers DVDs are sent by second class mail, overseas by standard Airmail. All profits from the production/sales of this DVD will be donated to Ty Gobaith Hospice. The DVD, contents, and cover design is (c) UnNormal Prods / The Unmutual Website 2006. Any attempt to copy, sell, re-sell, edit, reproduce on the internet, transcribe, show to the public or at any event, may result in legal action being taken against those that do so.

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