THE GATLING GUN [MMM-1980] was one of the last films co-scored by the talented team of Paul Sawtell and Bert Shefter. This 1969 western was produced by organized crime under the title King
Gun, but due to legal problems was not released until four years later, in greatly re-edited fashion. Although almost nobody has seen the picture, it’s an incredibly powerful film about the demise of
the Indians at the hands of U. S. military technology. The incredible cast includes Guy Stockwell, Robert Fuller, BarBara Luna, Woody Strode, Patrick Wayne, Pat Buttram, Tommy Cook, and John Carradine, and the
thrilling 50-minute score features a full orchestra augmented by guitar, harpsichord, Fender bass, and other auditory delights, all in fabulous stereo sound! A 24-page booklet makes a wonderful release even better!