This article is from the Bee Gees FAQ, by David Garcia email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
Thanks to Antonette Daniar for providing us with the
The AG*BG Video Exchange Club is the only ALL Video club
(with permission) in North America that offers only Bee Gees/Andy
Gibb video material.
Here are some of the video clips available from Judy Gogarty
and the AG*BG Video Exchange Club of Edmonton, Canada:
* VH-1 Bee Gees Weekend (1989 Promo Story)
* Bee Gees Spotlight (Canadian video) videos '60's to '90s
* Rock of Europe 1989
* Fighting Back (England - 1992) interview with Maurice
about his alcohol problem
There is no e-mail address and no web page. Snail mail
address is as follows:
AG*BG Video Exchange Club
12717 - 116th Street
Canada. T5E 5H1
Letters are sent to her and she will send a membership sheet
to be filled out and signed. It is sent back to her and she sends
you the order form with the complete list of all the video clips
that she has available. There are hundreds to choice from, Poor
to Excellent quality.
Clips are to be checked off to fit a 2 hour tape. The cost
to Canadian customers is $19.00 (in Canadian funds), which
includes insured postage. New US prices: $16.00 US funds for
each T120 includes regular postage. Overseas fans can write for
details and for reduced transfer costs.
No cheques accepted only money orders made out to JUDY
Orders take 3 weeks from the time it is received. Keep in
mind that there may be delays. Holidays there is an additional
delay of one week. She stresses to be patient.
The price of transfer tapes from Europe are listed on the
order form beside each tape. These tapes are sold as is and will
not be changed or edited.
Always check off an extra 15 minutes of clips in case one is