Seven disgusting kids but nevertheless of interesting personality are being made of the green mud coming out of garbage can. Once alive their master gives them rules to obey although they think that life is funnier without following stupid regulations like no television or no candy. Naturally this will cause some conflicts. Written by
It doesn't get any grosser than this!
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Did You Know?
Bob Jillson and Hub Braden really enjoyed working with the director/producer Rod Amateau because he "appreciated" their effort and work on his project. Purposely interjecting humorous details and touches into the sets and the set dressing, Rod always picked up on their treatments. An example was the biker bar set. After researching a West Hollywood biker bar, the top of the bar imitated the actual biker bar...dressed with a chorus line of teddy bears. The peanut barrel was a child's toy chest, a giant open top football filled with peanuts for the cast to eat and to throw. The side wall with bike parts and wheels (like a mad bike sculpture) blowing out of the wall with police boots extending over the handlebars, fenders, and wheels. Amateau went nuts with laughter having a great experience filming the scenes in the set. See more
When the Garbage Pail Kids steal the delivery truck, the driver's belt and the rope connecting his pants to the truck disappear during some shots. See more
[starting work unloading a crate
Do you sell much of this stuff? We've only had two customers and they didn't buy anything.
Patience is a bitter vine, dear Dodger, but it bears sweet fruit.
That's from the Greek. It loses a little something in translation. Now, let's add a little sparkle to our merchandise.
[hands Dodger a feather duster
Funny people should call this junk, isn't it? When every piece is a diary of the human spirit.
[holds book, looks at inside cover
Take this, for instance....
I'm Ready to Sacrifice
Performed by Debbie Lytton
Produced and Arranged by Michael Lloyd
for Mike Curb Productions See more