An announcement that the venerable Bunker Hill Military Academy, a 141 year old institute, is to be torn down and replaced with condos sets off the young cadets led by their stodgy commander. Under the command of a student cadet major, the cadets seize the campus, refuse entry of the construction crews and ultimately confront the real military. Written by
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This school is our home, we think it's worth defending.
Did You Know?
The film was originally developed at Columbia Pictures by Producer Stanley R. Jaffe
, but ran into a series of creative problems with the studio and it was one of many projects that went into "turnaround" under their banner. Jaffe was passionate about the project and then took it to Twentieth Century-Fox, who bought the script and immediately green-lit the project. See more
During the commencement parade one of the cadets in Company C is wearing sunglasses. This would not be allowed. See more
We have a home here. We think it's something worth defending.
Referenced in Home Improvement: Taps
Written by Fred K. Huffer
March heard during the Commencement Ceremony See more