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February 10, 2009
I was saddened to learn of the passing of Patrick McGoohan. His personal integrity and professional skill combine to form a lasting legacy. His brilliant insights into the uses and abuses of power revealed in "The Prisoner," and in his more recent roles in "Escape From Alcatraz," "Braveheart," and "A Time to Kill" are timeless in their expression of truth.
Mr. McGoohan's words read at the 1996 memorial service for his actor friend Paul Eddington ("Yes, Minister," and "Yes, Prime Minister") now apply to him: "Where you are now is where you will be giving your best performance. When we get there please tell us one of your jokes. Be seeing you at the big curtain up."
I extend my deep condolences to Mr. McGoohan's family. "The Prisoner" is finally "a free man."
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