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Vice Academy (1989)

R | | Comedy, Crime | 8 June 1989 (USA)
Two female cops go undercover to bust a porno ring.

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Didi / Fluffer
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Holly Wells (as Ginger Lynn Allen)
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Shawnee
Jayne Hamil ...
Miss Thelma Louise Devonshire / Telephone Voices
Ken Abraham ...
Dwayne
Stephen Steward ...
Chucky Long
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Queen Bee (as Jeannie Carol)
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Tinsel (as Tami Bakke)
Jo Steele ...
Sparkle (as Jo Brewer)
Manny Serrano ...
Snake
Cliff Corder ...
Police Chief Wells
Allison Barron ...
Cherry Pop (as Christian Barr)
Mark Richardson ...
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Desiree (as Stephanie Bishop)
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Laundromat John
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Two female cops go undercover to bust a porno ring.

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The scene with the hookers being arrested was shot without permits on Hollywood Boulevard. See more »

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References Frantic (1988) See more »

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The Disease
Performed by Marky Desade (as Marky DeSade)
Used by Permission of Mark Richardson
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Horrible rip-off of Police Academy.
19 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

Vice Academy was the only one in the series I've ever seen and for good reason: IT'S AWFUL! A parody of the unfunny Police Academy movies, this features a bunch of students training to be in the vice squad. Through a pastiche of cheap sets, horrid acting, horrible wardrobe, and a lack of the one thing that could have saved it (plentiful nudity), this film crashes and burns. I guess the only good part that I saw when I wasn't pressing fast forward was the scene featuring Vice Academy and Soap Opera regular Tamara Clatterbuck's character of Tinsel, the first prostitute that the students tried to bust (their goal in the movie was to eliminate a prostitution ring to pass the course), and how they trick her to admit that she's a hooker; I especially laughed at how she went from sweet-natured to Carlin. Otherwise, stay away.


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