Gamma Video

Very little is known at present of this unusual Go offshoot. It's thought that only the one sleeve was produced and a sample effort at that. No known tape exists.

The only other known title that was lined up for release was another western, Born to Kill, yet no sleeve nor tape has ever been uncovered, this one shall remain a mystery, for now!

Bad Bunch (1965) - GM 146

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Director:  Primo Zeglio        AKA : Relentless Four
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Production date: 1965Go release date: 1982 ?
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Adverts & Articles: Genre: Western
Original Price: £Current market Value: £

Nibble Notes

Catalogue no is likely to have slotted right inbetween Insanity and Arminius the terrible, falling towards the end of the Go campaign and thus not getting to see a full release.

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Cursed Valley (1964) - GM 406

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Director: Omar HopkinsAKA:
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Production date: 1964GO release date:
DVD Availability: No Tagline:
Adverts & Articles:Genre: Western
Original Price: £Current market Value: £

Useless info

It is currently generally considered that this title was unreleased by GO. It did however surface in September 1983 on the Neon label, along with its sister unreleased title Born to Kill and other GO titles. Neon is thought to have had some as yet unconfirmed links to GO.

The Neon label was offered as a package to video outlets at a very reasonable rate but on the proviso that all 50 titles in the range were purchased, an interesting marketing ploy and the lack of these titles having ever surfaced suggests that perhaps it was not that successful.

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 What they said then

One for All (1968) - GM 407

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Director: Umberto LenziAKA: Copper Face
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Production date: 1968 GO release date:
DVD Availability: No Tagline:
Adverts & Articles:Genre: Western
Original Price: £ Current market Value: £

Useless Info

It is currently generally considered that this title was unreleased by GO, however after recent discoveries of this rare label we still hold out hope....

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What they said then

Born to Kill (1963) - GM 408



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Director: Romero MarchantAKA: Gunfight at High Noon
Rarity: * * * * *
Desirability: * * *
Run time: min sec Review Rating:
Production date: 1974GO release date:
DVD Availability: NoTagline:
Adverts & Articles: Genre : Western
Original Price: £ Current market Value: £

Nibble Notes

It is currently generally considered that this title was unreleased by GO. It did however surface in September 1983 on the Neon label, along with its sister unreleased title Cursed Valley and other previous Go titles. Neon is thought to have had some as yet fully unconfirmed links to Go and more specifically to Des Dolan.

The Neon label was offered as a package to video outlets at a very reasonable rate but on the proviso that all 50 titles in the range were purchased, an interesting marketing ploy and the lack of some of these titles having ever surfaced suggests that perhaps it was not that successful.

There is no 'Gamma' tape with this sleeve, though a Neon one was paired with it. Interestingly, no ordinaly Neon tapoe either as it has white labels as opposed to the more commonly known red versions. Adding more speculation as to its original purpose and that perhaps it really was created at the time of cross over as Go came to an end and Neon was launched and that DD had decided to save this and the other Gamma's for the new venture.

This particular sleeve did not surface until 2014, proving that more than 30 years on surprises can and will still arise. It's only a couple of years since The Bad Bunch was first discovered so this certainly is the decade for lost Gammma's.

It's almost certain now that these were not released to the general public/rental stores, this is the only known example of this sleeve and has 'sample' written in marker pen over its rear, perhaps a rep copy, draft from the printers or trade show effort. Either way we are delighted to have found it, aquired it and be able to bring it to you, we now hold out hope for it's siblings to appear soon.

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