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Mr. Headmistress 

Tucker recently got out of prison, but is soon sought after by other bad men. So to escape them, he disguises himself as the new Headmistress of an all-girl school.

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Tucker / Headmistress
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Beryl Andrews
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Jim
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Ferguson
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Sally Jeffries
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Rawlings
Conrad Dunn ...
Farley
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Harriet Magnum
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Wendy
Kerry Duff ...
Janet
Natalie Higashi ...
Stacy
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Dawn
Katherine Giaquinto ...
Debbie (as Katherine Shekter)
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Naomi Bascombe
Helen Beavis ...
Mrs. Sillas
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Tucker recently got out of prison, but is soon sought after by other bad men. So to escape them, he disguises himself as the new Headmistress of an all-girl school.

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He's going where no man has gone before.


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15 March 1998 (USA)  »

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Preposterous and occasionally grating - but it grows on you
9 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

After overcoming the falsetto voice of Harland Williams (as a woman), which comes off like chalk on a blackboard, one must also make a huge leap of faith -

* To believe that a student would be unpunished for repeatedly assaulting school administrators, but expelled for having a portable TV;

* To believe that gun-toting bandits would not torture their captive with anything more a feather (for tickling his foot);

* To believe that these same gun-toting bandits would be unaware that an entire girls' field hockey team is in the same room, until they thwart them with repeated slap shots;

* To believe that when a school community learns that their headmistress is a male, a convicted felon, someone who has betrayed them, conned them, and tried to steal a $500,000 donation - that they register no surprise and beg him to stay.

The movie did have some funny lines and direction. Williams is amusing, and Shawna Waldron successfully pulls off a transition from a bratty, spoiled prep school girl to a sympathetic young woman by movie's end.


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