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Psycho a go-go! Rawhide terror.

Author: Roy MortonTracey RobbinsKirk DuncanLyle FeliceJohn CarradineAll authors
Publisher: New York : Troma Team Entertainment : Distributed by Troma Team Video, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Psycho a go-go (90 min.): In Los Angeles, a group of jewel thieves led by Vito (Felice), hide their loot in a pickup truck. The daughter of trucker David Clarke (Duncan) finds the jewelry and conceals it in her new doll. Confronted by the gang, Clarke is unable to tell them where the jewels are. Vito sends Joe Corey (Morton), a Vietnam veteran whose mind has been damaged by a device implanted by Dr. Vanard
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Horror films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roy Morton; Tracey Robbins; Kirk Duncan; Lyle Felice; John Carradine; Al Adamson; Mark Eden; Chris Martino; Dick Poston; Jack Nelson; Bruce Mitchell; Art Mix; William Desmond; William Barrymore; Security Pictures, Inc.; Tal Productions (Firm); Troma Team Video (Firm)
OCLC Number: 56595552
Notes: Not rated.
Special features (Psycho a go-go): audio commentary by Sam Sherman; original theatrical trailer.
Videodisc release of a 1965 motion picture by Tal Productions and a 1935 motion picture by Security Pictures.
Credits: Psycho a go-go: Producer/director, Al Adamson ; screenplay, Mark Eden, Dick Poston, Chris Martino ; story, Al Adamson ; photography, Louis Horvath, Vilmos Zsigmond ; music, Don McGinnis, Billy Storm. Rawhide terror: Producer, Victor Adamson ; directors, Jack Nelson, Bruce M. Mitchell ; screenplay, Jack Nelson ; photography, A.J. Fitzpatrick, Bert Longnecker.
Performer(s): Psycho a go-go: Roy Morton, Tracey Robbins, Kirk Duncan, John Talbert, Tanya Maree, John Armond, Lyle Felice, John Carradine. Rawhide terror: Art Mix, Bill Desmond, Edmund Cobb, William Barrymore, Frances Morris Bill Patton.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 150 min.) : sd., col., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: Rawhide terror

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Psycho a go-go (90 min.): In Los Angeles, a group of jewel thieves led by Vito (Felice), hide their loot in a pickup truck. The daughter of trucker David Clarke (Duncan) finds the jewelry and conceals it in her new doll. Confronted by the gang, Clarke is unable to tell them where the jewels are. Vito sends Joe Corey (Morton), a Vietnam veteran whose mind has been damaged by a device implanted by Dr. Vanard (Carradine), to kidnap Clarke's wife Linda (Robbins). Corey abducts Clarke's wife and daughter, murdering a go-go dancer along the way. The prisoners are taken to a deserted farmhouse. Corey and a henchman fight over the right to rape Linda, allowing Linda and her daughter to escape. David comes to the rescue of his family. Corey is killed and the family reunited.

Rawhide terror (60 min.): While crossing Indian country, Jim Brent, his wife and two sons are attacked by white renegades. Jim and his wife are killed and the brothers separated. Ten years later a myterious killer known as the Rawhide Terror begins killing off townspeople in revenge.

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