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Vice Academy Part 3 (1991)

Two sisters in the Vice Academy try to thwart the crime wave wrought by escaped convict Malathion, who got her name after being exposed to toxic chemicals. An honest new recruit does such a... See full summary »

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Holly Wells (as Ginger Lynn Allen)
Elizabeth Kaitan ...
Candy
Julia Parton ...
Melanie / Malathion
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Commisioner (sic) (as Jay Richardson)
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Miss Devonshire (as Johanna Grika)
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Professor Kaufinger
Dee Hengstler ...
Lulu
Kari French ...
Betty
Anita Lande ...
Rosie
Veronica Carothers ...
Loretta
Dee Anne Helsel ...
Bertha
Mark Richardson ...
Dodd
Jeffrey Culver ...
Liquor Store Manager
Toni Alessandrini ...
Stripper
Manny Serrano ...
Izzy
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Two sisters in the Vice Academy try to thwart the crime wave wrought by escaped convict Malathion, who got her name after being exposed to toxic chemicals. An honest new recruit does such a good job at arresting Malathion's gang that the sisters are taken off active duty. To get their jobs back, they try to tarnish the new girl's reputation. Written by Dave Smith <dave@stat.colostate.edu>

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For A Good Time ... Call A Cop!

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5 December 1991 (USA)  »

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This film had the biggest budget out of all the movies in the "Vice Academy" series. See more »

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Spoofs Police Academy (1984) See more »

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Pistol Whipped
Written by Marky Desade
Performed by Marky Desade
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Unsurprisingly bad
9 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

There is no way to put into words just how bad, how shapeless, paceless and laughless these "Vice Academy" films really are. You have to experience one for yourself. For the third time in a row, writer-director Rick Sloane does not show even an ounce of writing or directing talent. There is nothing here that a person above the age of 5 will believe or laugh at, yet the (very brief) nudity and other "plot" elements make the films unsuitable for kids. Which leads me to believe that they are really aimed at adults with the mental capabilities of 5-year-olds. Elizabeth Kaitan makes a more than welcome replacement for Linnea Quigley - she is winningly bubbly and cute, and her wonderful big smile is about the only thing that can make a viewer smile as well. But watching her and the other girls in this film is like watching a bunch of flowers in a desert covered with horse manure. (*)


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