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The cadets of the Police Academy (1984) are back on regular duty. With Officer Carey Mahoney as their unspoken inspiration, this group of cop misfits dedicate themselves to fighting crime in their city. The strange criminals they face learn that they are no match for this gang in blue with their eccentric methods of getting the job done. Written by
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A comic book based on the Police Academy animated series was produced by Marvel Comics in 1989, lasting only six issues before its cancellation. It is believed that the use of Kingpin as one of the villains in this series was due to the brand's affiliation with Marvel. See more »
A hilarious cartoon version of a hilarious live action movie series!
I grew up watching this cartoon in the late 1980s. The movies the cartoon is based on are incredibly funny! The cartoon is very true to the movies and the characters look and sound much like the movies. The whole gang of cops gets the job done in their own unique way, with tons of laughs along the way. Plus, there's a great theme song by The Fat Boys! (Fat Boys coming to town, oh yeah! bomp, ch-ch, bomp, ch-ch bomp bomp) Captain Harris and Proctor are really funny as they try to get the lovable crew of Mahoney, Jones, Sweetchuck, Zed, Hightower, Hooks, House, Callahan, and Tackleberry off the force. But Commandant Lassard and the Professor are there on their side and the Police Academy always comes through. Hooray!
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