After the high-speed adventure in Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach (1988), a spate of robberies in the stylish Wilson Heights district terrorises the city. Then, to make matters worse, when the trio of cat-burglars manages to pull off a daring heist right under the nose of Captain Harris, it is up to Commandant Lassard and a band of loyal graduates from the original Police Academy (1984) to stop the wave of thefts. Now, as a mole is leaking valuable information, only a well-organised undercover operation can expose the mysterious "Mastermind", the one behind the gang's crime spree. Can Lassard's finest crack the case of the Wilson Heights Gang?Written by
Bruce Mahler (Fackler) made his return here, after being absent for the previous two sequels. See more »
(at around 13 mins) In the first briefing scene, Hightower rigs a wooden chair in front of him so that it breaks when Harris sits on it. The chair is seen to completely collapse. Then when we cut to Hightower again, the chair is intact in front of him. It cuts to a wide shot and the chair is broken again. See more »
UK cinema and video versions shortened the scene where Lassard and Fackler go to the pool room. After entering from outside, it cuts to the inside on the line "Watch this. I'm going to hustle this old fart for everything he owns", completely omitting Lassard and Fackler's entrance from the inside. This was to remove all shots of nunchakus being thrown behind the bar, as their appearance was strictly prohibited in UK films at the time. The cuts were restored for the 2004 DVD release. See more »
i thought part 6 was a bit better than part 5. it was a little more entertaining,and maybe funnier. but the last three movies in this series tries maybe too hard for laughs. part 5 barely had any laughs,and part 6 has a few laughs. but the biggest improvement over part 5 is in the entertainment department. i give police academy 6 **1/2
out of ****
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