Kids story

Discover the new trailer for the documentary “The Garbage Pail Kids Story”


The kids loved it. Parents hated it. This is where we wanted to be. “

In the 1980s, a group of underground cartoonists parodied a popular doll with Children in the trash, a controversial line of Topps collectible cards that is still in effect to this day. The upcoming documentary 30 years of waste: the story of the children of Garbage Pail Take a close look at the phenomenon, and we have a new trailer for you today!

Indican Pictures just announced that they will be releasing the doc in select theaters from August 18 and continues throughout August and September. Later September 20, 30 years of garbage will launch nationwide via VOD and DVD.

In the 1980s, some eclectic underground cartoonists parodied a popular craze for dolls. The resulting collectible cards / stickers tapped into the international zeitgeist that was brewing in a younger generation who felt this product was a testament to the revulsion they had for corporate waste given to them. . Discover the truth behind the myth of The Garbage Pail Kids, the lawsuit that followed, and the iconic status that resulted!

This documentary revisits the artists who made these collectibles famous, showing rare insight into Topps’ corporate culture as they launched Garbage Pail Kids at the height of card fame, The Fall of the Battle legal with the Cabbage Patch children and their untimely demise. The film is packed with interviews from over half a dozen artists. Each artist wrote these counterculture trading cards and each artist shares the inner stories. “

“30 Years of Garbage also interviews actors from the movie Garbage Pail Kids the Movie (1987). Interviews are held with: Mackenzie Astin, Debbie Lee Carrington and others. It also includes interviews with Pulitzer Art Prize-winning novelist Spiegelman, Pumpkinhead screenwriter Gary Gerani, and comic book artists Tom Bunk and John Pound. It even includes an interview with TV producer Adam F. Goldberg (creator of the Goldbergs TV series). The film also chats with card collectors, who share their nostalgic memorabilia and collections with the world.

Jeff Zapata and Joe Simko directed the documentary.


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