After completing their mission in Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985), Officer Carey Mahoney, and the rest of the original graduates from Commandant Eric Lassard's Police Academy (1984) find themselves with their backs to the wall. It seems that, due to funding cutbacks, there can only be one police institution in the city, and Commandants Lassard and Mauser must do their best to get Governor Neilson's approval. Of course, conniving Mauser has already concocted an ingeniously evil plan to sabotage his rivals. Can Mahoney, along with a handful of recruits, save the day and their beloved academy?Written by
(at around 36 mins) The people at the police line-up do not resemble the suspect at all. For evidence from a lineup to be admissible in court, the line-up must include people who have the same general appearance of the suspect. See more »
[Upon spotting the bus boys in another room getting ready to rob people]
[Sneaks away from door, then into walkie-talkie quietly]
Mahoney? Mahoney? Somebody? I need help! I need! Help! Listen, the bus boys
[as he speaks a gun is pointed right at it]
are shooting my nose.
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There are 16 extra scenes on the TBS Superstation version:
Jones practices his karate skills just before the scene in the Gymnasium.
After Mauser tells Blanks and Copeland what to do, the scene continues on the rooftop. Mauser's car gets stolen, and there is a scene with him falling into a trash container.
Mauser walks in to the police department.
Commandant Lassard, Mahoney, Blanks and Copeland talk about the training for the new recruits.
Tackleberry takes out his chainsaw to get down a child who is sitting in a tree instead of going to school.
Cadet Adams accidentally helps three thieves rob a store.
Bud Kirkland's rifle discharges into the air when Hightower drives the car over a bump.
Extra scene with the cadets talking in the control room after Hooks teaches them how to work the computers.
Jones talks with his nephew.
Blanks tells the cadets their mistakes.
Mauser watches his new recruits' weapons handling.
Naked in his car, Proctor is embarrassed by a truck driver while stopping at a red light.
After we see Tackleberry asking the old lady if she can identify her quarter, a few scenes later we see him giving her the money and telling her to mail the rest back.
Jones stops in the middle of the road because a truck is standing in his way. While he and Nogata wait, their car's gasoline is being stolen by a man who sucks it out with a hose.
A scene with Jones and Nogata telling Adams they cannot carry out their mission and she would have to send in Mahoney to complete it.
Mahoney, Commandant Lassard and Adams arrive late at a crime scene.
Written by Claude Ganem
Performed by Jean-Marc Dompierre and His Orchestra
Courtesy of Arthur Young Enterprises, Inc. See more »
Police Academy 3 (1986)
** 1/2 (out of 4)
The gang is back and this time they must train some new recruits and if they fail the academy might be shut down for good. Once again, for a fan I think this film still has enough laughs be be mildly entertaining but there's no doubt this is where the series started to slip away. While there aren't as many laughs here as the previous two films the thing manages to stay alive due to the nice characters created by the cast. Guttenberg, Smith, Graf, Winslow and Leslie Easterbrook are back with Bob Goldthwait and Tim Kazurinsky returning from the second film. The movie tries to have a plot with the academy threatened to be shut down but of course this just sets up all the attempted laughs. The best moments of the movie happen as we get a semi-remake of the original film as we see the new recruits going through their training. This film only runs 83-minutes, which certainly wasn't the normal thing in 1986 so that should tell you that the screenplay doesn't go for too much.
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