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|Steve Guttenberg||as Cadet Carey Mahoney|
|G.W. Bailey||as Lt. Thaddeus Harris|
|Bubba Smith||as Cadet Moses Hightower|
|Donovan Scott||as Cadet Leslie Barbara|
|George Gaynes||as Commandant Eric Lassard|
|Andrew Rubin||as Cadet George Martín|
|David Graf||as Cadet Eugene Tackleberry|
|Michael Winslow||as Cadet Larvell Jones|
|Bruce Mahler||as Cadet Douglas Fackler|
|Ted Ross||as Captain Reed|
|Scott Thomson||as Cadet Chad Copeland|
|Brant von Hoffman||as Cadet Kyle Blankes|
|Doug Lennox||as Main Bad Guy|
|George R. Robertson||as Chief Henry J. Hurst|
|Don Lake||as Mr. Wig|
|Bill Lynn||as Parking Lot Manager|
|Michael J. Reynolds||as Office Executive|
|Don Payne||as Barber|
|Bruce McFee||as Supply Clerk|
|Barry Greene||as Cadet with Hat|
|Gary Farmer||as Sidewalk Store Owner|
|Josef Field||as Blue Oyster Dancer|
|Gary Colwell||as Blue Oyster Dancer|
|James Bearden||as Driver|
|Fred Brigham||as Street Punk|
|Marco Bianco||as Tough|
|Ted Hanlan||as Tough|
|F. Braun McAsh||as Tough|
|Rob Watson||as Tough|
|Roger Dunn||as Booking Sergeant|
|Wally Bondarenko||as Officer|
|J. Winston Carroll||as Officer|
|David Clement||as Officer|
|George E. Zeeman||as Officer|
|Gino Marrocco||as Arresting Cop|
|Gene Mack||as Street Thug|
|Bob Collins||as Drill Instructor|
|Danny Pawlick||as Pool Hall Man|
|Peter Cox||as Bar Patron|
|Danny Lima||as Bar Patron|
|Dwayne McLean||as Bar Patron|
|Brent Meyers||as Bar Patron|
|James D. Brown||as Hippy recruit with sunglasses|
|Charles W. Gray||as Weird waiter|
|Dar Robinson||as Menacing thug in plaid|
|T.J. Scott||as Tough|
|Hugh Wilson||as Angry driver|
|Kim Cattrall||as Cadet Karen Thompson|
|Leslie Easterbrook||as Sgt. Debbie Callahan|
|Debralee Scott||as Mrs. Fackler|
|Marion Ramsey||as Cadet Laverne Hooks|
|Georgina Spelvin||as Hooker|
|Joyce Gordon||as Mrs. Thompson|
|Beth Amos||as Little Old Lady|
|Araby Lockhart||as Mrs. Lassard|
|Ruth Sisberg||as Mayor|
|Carole Alderson||as Martín's Lady|
|Suzanne Barker||as Martín's Lady|
|Kimberley Boorman||as Martín's Lady|
|Jayne Broughton||as Martín's Lady|
|Julie McLeod||as Martín's Lady|
|Karen Robyn||as Martín's Lady|
|Kay Hawtrey||as Surprise Party Lady|
|Filming dates:||- February 1984|
USA - 81,198,894 USD (22 July 1984) |
|Plot:||The city is in need of more police officers, so the mayor decides to alter the requirements for acceptance into the Police Academy. Among the new cadets is Moses Hightower, a gentle giant who was a florist. Leslie Barbara, who is tired of being picked on. Laverne Hooks, a mousy, meek voice person. Karen Thompson, a socialite, who hopes that it'll allow her the opportunity to meet some unusual people. Eugene Tackleberry, a guy who likes to discharge his weapon. Larvell Jones, a human sound effects machine, who was met at the police station by Carey Mahoney, a guy who is basically a good guy but has a little trouble with authority figures, a retaliates by committing outrageous acts that get him arrested. He is fortunate that police Captain Reed is a good friend of his father and has been bailing him out but now Reed thinks that jail is what Mahoney needs but Mahoney disagrees. Reed suggest that Mahoney join the police academy but must complete the 14 week course or else he will be sent to jail. So Mahoney brings Jones with him hoping that he can help Mahoney get thrown out. It also seems that the police chief doesn't agree with the mayor so he instructs Commandant Lassard and Lieutenant Harris to encourage the bad apples to quit.|
"SHE'S IN MY CORNER" Performed by Jack Mack and the Heart Attack Written by Max Carl and Andrew Kastner|
"I'M GONNA BE SOMEBODY" Performed by Jack Mack and the Heart Attack Written by Max Carl and Andrew Kastner
"RELAX" Written by Holly Johnson (uncredited), Mark O'Toole (uncredited) and Peter Gill (uncredited) Performed by Frankie Goes to Hollywood Courtesy of ZTT/Island Records
"MAGIC MOMENTS" Performed by Jon Joyce and Amanda Bennett
"TRUE LOVIN' WOMAN" Performed by Jack Mack and the Heart Attack Live recording by Westwood One Mobile Recording
"THE BOYS COME TO TOWN" Performed by Earlene Bentley Courtesy of Record Shack Records
"EL BIMBO" Performed by Jean-Marc Dompierre and his Orchestra Courtesy of Arthur Young Enterprises, Inc.
"WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW" Performed by The Shirelles Courtesy of K-Tel Entertainment, Inc.
"CRAZY CHRIS" Performed by Dave Brubeck Courtesy of Fantasy Records
"PARTY" (uncredited) Performed by Jack Mack and the Heart Attack Written by Max Carl and Andrew Kastner
Continuity: The patches on Mahoney's shirt switch sides and then disappear while he is talking to Captain Reed after being arrested.|
Revealing mistakes: After Hightower flips the police cruiser over, we can see that there is no engine in the car when Lt. Harris is reprimanding him.
Revealing mistakes: Obvious stunt double ('Dar Robinson' (qv)) when Lt. Harris is riding the motorcycle down the street.
Revealing mistakes: Obvious stuntwoman when Mrs. Fackler is jumping the fences and diving into the pool when chasing after her husband's car at the beginning of the movie.
Continuity: Larvell Jones's shaving cream between shots.
GEOG: When Mahoney is teaching Hightower how to drive, the sign on the storefront is spelled Chiropractic "Centre" indicating a Canadian location.
Continuity: When Tackleberry is sharpening his knife the counts go backwards after the cutaway to Barbara. He's also sharpening the wrong way.
Continuity: When the girls are following George Martín by the fire at the beach party, the third girl in line appears again as the sixth girl in line, although in the later shot she appears with more clothing than in the earlier shot.
Continuity: After Hooks drives through the car wash, in the driving course, the car is dry and clean just moments after.
Revealing mistakes: In the scene with the motorcycle riding on its rear tire, skid marks can be seen from previous takes.
Revealing mistakes: When Barbara hits Copeland with the tray in the cafeteria, the tray is already dented before it even hits him.
Revealing mistakes: When Hightower pushes the car over, you can see the hoist pushing it.
Crew: Crew and equipment is reflected in the trainees helmets during the riot.
Crew: Reflected in the TV that Cadet Martín carries.
Continuity: As the giant Camera-shaped booth goes under the bridge with Barbara in it, it looks to be tipping over and water is sure to pour in through the hole and sink it. When the gang hop over to the other side of the bridge and look down, the booth is quite stable and upright in the water.
SYNC: When Tackleberry is playing the saxophone at the beach party, his fingers do not move. It is obvious that the sax playing is recorded.
Continuity: Blankes: straight after getting buzzed, he has no sideburns/level with top of ears and brutally/stupidly shaped behind the ears. When Lt Harris compliments them on their haircuts, Blankes has sideburns and his neck fringe is quite a bit longer.
Revealing mistakes: Chief Hurst's name is misspelled during the end credits (as 'Chief Hurnst').
Revealing mistakes: When Kim Cattrall's character is on the town street shooting range, she is carrying a pump shotgun. Yet she fires it twice without pumping it between shots.
SYNC: In the scene where Captain Reed and Mahoney are in the interrogation room at the police station, Captain Reed says, "He was a good friend", meaning Mahoney's father. When he says it his lips don't match to the words he's saying.
Revealing mistakes: Throughout most of the movie, most of the guns fired don't recoil, especially the shotguns.
Continuity: In the scene where Fackler is sitting in the squad car in the city, when the regular cop gets in the car he hands Fackler a red apple and he tosses it out the window. But when the apple is shown hitting the street thug in the head, it's a green apple.
[Hightower smashes into the bumper of another car]|
Carey Mahoney: You didn't hit the brakes.
Moses Hightower: You didn't tell me to.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: My name is Lieutenant Harris! In case you
missed it. This is Sergeant Callahan! In case you missed it. We are
the meanest instructors here. We've got you because you are the
worst people here. You are "D" Squad; "D" for "dirtbags." When I
say: "Hey, dirtbags!" that means you. You people are going to hate
my guts for the rest of your lives. I am going to make you sorry
that you ever came here.
George Martin: To me, marriage is a sacred institution. So tell me,
you and the wife do it doggie-style, or what?
Carey Mahoney: Sleeping is for fags.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Son, where did you get that gun?
Cadet Eugene Tackleberry: [smiling proudly] My mum gave it to me.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Mahoney! Remember, that nobody screws
Carey Mahoney: Well, maybe you'll meet the right girl and all that
[after Hightower has been thrown out of the Academy]
Cadet Leslie Barbara: Of all the guys who I thought were gonna make
it, Hightower was the one. I mean, if all the cops looked like him
there'd be no crime at all.
[a thug, after being knocked down some stairs, realizes he's still
got a gun in his waist. He reaches for it, and a revolver is
pointed in his face]
Cadet Laverne Hooks: DON'T MOVE, DIRTBAG!
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: You make me sick.
Carey Mahoney: Thank you, sir. I make everybody sick.
Cadet Eugene Tackleberry: Drop that stereo before I blow your goddamn
nuts off, asshole.
Cmndt. Eric Lassard: What's wrong with this man?
Cadet Leslie Barbara: There was gunplay, sir, and he missed it.
Mrs. Fackler: You move this car another inch and you're finished,
mister. You hear me?
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Hey! Why didn't you guys call me this
Cadet Kyle Blankes: Well, nothing really happened, sir.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: There was a party, wasn't there?
Cadet Kyle Blankes: Yes, sir.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Well, what went on?
Cadet Chad Copeland: Dancing, sir. Mostly dancing.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: [to himself] Dancing?
Carey Mahoney: Sir. Look, sir, new pants.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: [notices that Mahoney is holding the
megaphone] What are you doing with that? Give me that.
[Harris grabs his megaphone from Mahoney and uses it, without
noticing that Mahoney applied brown shoe polish on it]
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: All right, you scumballs. You have a 30
minutes to hit the showers and get to class. Let's go! Move it!
Move it! Move it! Pick it up! Pick it up! Pick it up, assholes!
[Harris then turns to Cmdt. Lassard, with shoe polish from his
megaphone all around his lips, looking like a goatee]
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: So far, nobody's quit, but they will.
[Cmdt. Lassard laughs at Harris. Harris, thinking that perhaps he
said something funny, joins his laughter]
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Now, I thought it would be nice if we
were to close out our first afternoon together with a nice little
stroll around the campus. [shouts] Move out, maggots!
Moses Hightower: I was a florist.
Carey Mahoney: A florist?
Moses Hightower: Yeah, you know, flowers and shit.
Cadet Chad Copeland: Boy, there sure are a lot of spades around here.
[sees Hightower standing next to him]
Cadet Chad Copeland: [choked voice] Which I think is good. Very good
for the Academy.
Cadet Kyle Blankes: [Blankes smears potato salad on Mahoney's shirt]
Your move... Ma-homo.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: What the hell are you doing here?
Cadet Laverne Hooks: I wanna be a police officer.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: What? I can't hear you-u?
Cadet Laverne Hooks: [whispering] I wanna be a police officer.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Don't unpack.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Then, Mahoney, my little pissant... you
are out of the Academy forever. Get your stuff, and get out. Too
bad, so sad, bye-bye.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: You know, Mahoney, I'd like to spend the
next ten weeks breaking you into little pieces. But I won't.
Because you're bad. You're bad for morale, Mahoney. Oh, you look
like the sweet little boy from next door. But you don't fool me, oh
no. You're the devil, and you're rotten to the core, and you're
ruining my chance to train some people who might make pretty good
[On their way to a riot zone]
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: We are being sent to a safe area away
from the disturbance. Our job will be to divert traffic away from
the trouble zone, and to protect public property. You will have
live ammunition, but there will be no call to use it - TACKLEBERRY!
Do you understand, numbnuts?
Cadet Eugene Tackleberry: Yes, sir.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Well, well, well... I told you not to try
me, boy. Stand up.
[Mahoney stands up]
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Now, I want you two squad leaders to take
Mr. Mahoney here, and run him until he throws up.
Cadet Kyle Blankes, Cadet Chad Copeland: Yes, sir.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Then, just after he throws up... run him
Cadet Kyle Blankes, Cadet Chad Copeland: Yes, sir.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: You are going to learn, Mahoney, that
nobody - *nobody* - screws with me.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: [having had his head recently removed
from a horse's behind] You told, no one?
Carey Mahoney: Not a soul.
[Harris passes in front of the line of cadets, and is annoyed to see
that they are all straining not to laugh at him. He becomes even
more annoyed when he notices that Sgt. Callahan is also on the
verge of bursting out laughing. When he passes near Jones, Jones
makes sound of horse neigh, as if to make it clear that everyone
heard about the embarrassing incident]
[Mahoney and Blankes are in Lt.Harris' office due to Barbara throwing
the first punch at Copeland via lunch tray. Harris is cleaning his
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Who threw the first punch? That's all I
want to know
Cadet Kyle Blankes: [before Mahoney can answer] Barbara did.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Barbara?
Cadet Kyle Blankes: That's right.
Lieutenant Thaddeus Harris: Then he's out of here. Him and his queer
Cmndt. Eric Lassard: [Presenting a slide show just as a hooker begins
to give him a blow job] Now this first SLIIIDE... shows a very,
very interesting thing: our main building. On slide... TWO! We see
other view... of... IT! Oh, my God, you wouldn't believe it!
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