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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 ...
Casting Agent
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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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For A Good Time ...Call A Cop! See more »

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Comedy | Crime

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8 June 1989 (USA)  »

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Academia de chicas  »

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Since this film was made on a very low budget, the actresses who portray hookers in the picture wore their own costumes for their roles. See more »

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Followed by Vice Academy 4 (1995) See more »

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Pistol Whip
Written by Marky Desade (uncredited)
Performed by Marky Desade (as Marky DeSade)
Used by Permission of Mark Richardson
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Terrible
7 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

Well at least the girls are cuties. And....that's about it, as far as the positive things that can be said about "Vice Academy" are concerned. The story is almost offensively stupid (come on, academy trainees sent out on their own to bust real criminals?), and most of the jokes are labored and unfunny. The humor is below-"Police Adademy", hit-to-the-groin level. This gives the impression that the film was aimed at kids, but it's too raunchy for kids; at the same time it's not raunchy enough for adults - there is maybe 1 minute of nudity in total. It's a film without an audience. In one of her first non-porn roles, Ginger Lynn Allen does show some charm, and should have had more screen time. (*)


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