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DVD Description
Contains all seven of the Police Academy films:

Police Academy (1984)

Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985)

Police Academy 3: Back in Training (1986)

Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987)

Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach (1988)

Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (1989)

Police Academy: Mission to Moscow (1994)


Special Features
Police Academy:

Commentary by Steve Guttenburg, Michael Winslow, Leslie Easterbrook, G.W. Bailey, director Hugh Wilson and producer Paul Maslansky

Reunion Documentary - Behind Academy Doors: Secret Files Revealed (30 mins)

Theatrical trailer
Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment:


Making-of featurette: Accidental Heroes - "The Best of" (6 mins)

Theatrical trailer
Police Academy 3: Back in Training:


Making-of featurette 'All Washed Up - Floating Memories' (9 mins)

Theatrical trailer
Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol:


Making-of featurette 'Remembering A Lofty Investigation' (9 mins)

Additional scenes (14 mins)

Easter egg: 'Wink's behind the scenes home-video' (4 mins)

Theatrical trailer
Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach:


Making-of featurette 'Mistaken Identity: Case Reopened' (8 mins)

Theatrical trailer
Police Academy 6: City Under Siege:


Making-of featurette 'Unholy Alliance: A Retrospective' (8 mins)

Theatrical trailer
Police Academy: Mission to Moscow (1994)


Making-of featurette 'Underneath The Mission' (10 mins)

Theatrical trailer
DVD Technical Information:


Total Running Time: 582 minutes

Region Code: 2
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#1
Good deal, I remember, when i purchased the boxset for £10 from Virgin

Great deal though.. Heat Added.

Don't forget nectar points
#2
Yup - I still have my £10 copy from Virgin... those were the days! lol
#3
Babbler
Yup - I still have my £10 copy from Virgin... those were the days! lol

same here I got the £10 box set, my kids love it!!
#4
Police Acadamy Boxset reminds me of the Simpsons when Bart is in trouble with the police after Homer had bought all the Police Acadamy films and says "Didn't you learn anything, I didn't hear any laughing did you?"

(Or words to that effect!!)
#5
I don't suppose anyone knows whether the £15 credit offer for taking out an Amazon credit card could be used angainst a couple of boxsets that are in the buy 2 get £5 off offer? In the T&Cs it implies that it can't be used with other promotions, so I'm presuming not, but just wondered if anyone knows for sure?
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anastasia
I don't suppose anyone knows whether the £15 credit offer for taking out an Amazon credit card could be used angainst a couple of boxsets that are in the buy 2 get £5 off offer? In the T&Cs it implies that it can't be used with other promotions, so I'm presuming not, but just wondered if anyone knows for sure?


yeah it can i done it before
#7
Well, looking back to when tis was a tenner £16.97 might seem steep... But look round now and you can see it for anything uptp a silly £70, so this is well worth a hot vote!

Nice one amibees - yet another good spot from your good self!
#8
Well, it's an acquired taste and a good spot if you like this sort of thing.

The first film was mildly amusing..........but it went rapidly downhill from there.

By the time they got to film 3 they were clearly extracting the urine and milking it for all it was worth.

The fact that it got to 7 in the series is a matter of some regret.
#9
Chuckles1066
The fact that it got to 7 in the series is a matter of some regret.


I have to agree with that... I'm just in a nostalgic mood and if I'm honest will probably only get round to watching the 1st 2 or 3. And it beats paying stupid money. Besides I could always flog it later if I decide it's not worth keeping for £15 to £20 which makes it cheaper than the local video shop;-)

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