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The Princess Academy (1987)

R | | Comedy | April 1987 (USA)
Lowbrow humor is the feature in this 'Porky's for girls'. The students of an elite international private school that teaches rich young women how to behave like proper ladies rebel against their snobbish and strict teachers.

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Countess Von Pupsin
Lu Leonard ...
Fräulein Stinkenschmidt
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Drago
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Sonia
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Cindy Cathcart
Bader Howar ...
Sarah
Barbara Rousek ...
Isabella 'Izzie'
Britt Helfer ...
Lulu Belle
Nathalie Tarkowski ...
Colette
Shelley Pielou ...
Hillary Haverstock
Yolande Palfrey ...
Pamela Lenox
Robin McCallum ...
Alexander 'Alex' Snivelroe (as Robin Lermitte)
Eric Viellard ...
Pierre
Igor Serdar ...
Sonny
Jeremy Booker ...
William 'Willy' Cavendish
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Lowbrow humor is the feature in this 'Porky's for girls'. The students of an elite international private school that teaches rich young women how to behave like proper ladies rebel against their snobbish and strict teachers.

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Academia de Prince$a$  »

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$205,000 (USA)
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Referenced in There's Nothing Out There (1991) See more »

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Written by David Wheatley, Paul F. Antonelli and John D'Andrea
Performed by Ten Lepers
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Pure Crap!
26 July 2003 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

I think that this is the worst film I have ever seen. It has no redeeming features. The "actors" certainly can't act, there is no storyline and you don't care about anything. There is no humor or emotion. I can't imagine why anyone would bother to make a film like this. Avoid!


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