New cadets arrive at the Metropolitan Police Academy, now under the leadership of Commandant Hefilfinger. The cadets must rescue their hard-nosed instructor Sgt. Ledbetter, after he is kidnapped by a...
The old Commandant Lassard, leader of the Police Academy (1984), goes to Florida to receive an award. In the city arrives also the cynic Captain Harris who wants to take Lassard's job. ... See full summary »
Dakota Smith is an experienced policeman with a problem: his partner was shot dead, and corrupt cops are responsible. Dak's investigation leads him to widespread corruption in the ... See full summary »
This award-winning feature film showcases actor-comedian Michael Winslow, star of 7 Police Academy films. His spellbinding and audience-pleasing talent has never been fully presented or cinematically preserved - until now.
Joshua Pope (Busta Rhymes) returns to his childhood home to claim the inheritance his late father has left him only to find that the local police have turned the town upside down and are ... See full summary »
Although Michael Winslow had a recurring role on the series as Sgt. Jones, there were also other familiar faces from the Police Academy movies making guest appearances from time to time. The series guest stars included:
Bubba Smith as Moses Hightower, who had earned the rank of Captain.
David Graf as Captain Eugene Tackleberry, who had two nephews in the Academy.
and even less. The first movie of the series wasn't all that bad, but it was "Citizen Kane" compared to the turdballs that followed it. This thing's even worse. The only reason I watched it was because of Joe Flaherty from "SCTV," who I've always been a fan of. Guess this proves that nobody's perfect. I don't know how long this series lasted, but I didn't last past 15 minutes into the first episode. Absolutely painful. Yuk.
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