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  • Genres : Comedy
  • Languages : English
  • Year of production : 1994
  • Cinema release date : 13/07/1994
  • Duration : 1h23'
  • Budget : $10,000,000
  • Incomes : $126,247


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  • Wednesday 13 July 1994
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  • Friday 26 August 1994
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  • Académie de Police : Mission à Moscou


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Police Academy: Mission to Moscow (1994)

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Russian mafia boss Konstantine Konali is laundering money under the guise of a legitimate business.

The business is a highly addictive video game that allows him to bring down almost any security system controlled by a computer on which the game has been played, with a string of major robberies as the result.

Desperate to nail Konali, Russian Commandant Alexandrei Nikolaivich Rakov sends for help from America. Rakov decides to bring in someone he met at a police convention—Commandant Eric Lassard .

Lassard briefs his team about the mission in Russia, then they head to Moscow. Along with Lassard in Moscow are Sergeant Larvell Jones , Sergeant Eugene Tackleberry , Captain Debbie Callahan , Cadet Kyle Connors , and Captain Thaddeus Harris .

As they plan to nail Konali, he has cooked up a new scheme—create an even more addictive form of the Game, a version that can bring down absolutely any computer security system in the world, including the systems that protect the databases that belong to world powers.


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