Garbo (film)

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Garbo
Directed by Ron Cobb
Produced by Neill Gladwin
Steve Kearney
Margot McDonald
Hugh Rule
Written by Patrick Cook
Neill Gladwin
Steve Kearney
Starring Steve Kearney
Neill Gladwin
Max Cullen
Music by Allan Zavod
Cinematography Geoff Burton
Edited by Neil Thumpston
Production
company
Eclectic Films
Distributed by Hoyts
Beyond Films
Release date
  • 21 May 1992 (1992-05-21)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Australia
Language English
Box office A$32,227 (Australia)[1]

Garbo is a 1992 Australian comedy film directed by Ron Cobb. It was written by and starring the Australian comedians Neill Gladwin and Steve Kearney; Max Cullen also stars. Filmed in Melbourne, the story focuses on two incompetent Australian garbagemen (garbos in Australian slang) who admire Greta Garbo and have to compete with a super-efficient new outfit.[2]

The Celtic punk band The Pogues recorded a song, "In and Out," for the film's soundtrack.[3] Kate Ceberano and Yothu Yindi also contributed music for the film.[4]

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  1. ^ "Australian Films at the Australian Box Office", Film Victoria page 13 accessed 12 November 2012
  2. ^ "Garbo".  New York Times Accessed 2016-1-23
  3. ^ Moran, Fran (14 July 2001). "Singles, B Sides, Eclectica". The Parting Glass, An Annotated Pogues Lyrics Page. Retrieved 1 November 2012. 
  4. ^ Film cover from VHS release.

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