Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach

Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach

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Director: Alan Myerson

Cast: Alan Myerson, Matt McCoy, Janet Jones, George Gaynes

     
 

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Alan Myerson occupied the director's chair for Police Academy 5, which comes to DVD with a full-frame transfer that fails to preserve the original aspect ratio of the film. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono. English, French, and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials are limited to a brief making-of featurette,…  See more details below

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Alan Myerson occupied the director's chair for Police Academy 5, which comes to DVD with a full-frame transfer that fails to preserve the original aspect ratio of the film. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono. English, French, and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials are limited to a brief making-of featurette, featuring new interviews with some of the cast and crew, and the original theatrical trailer. This is a fair release that will probably satisfy fans of the Police Academy franchise.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/06/2004
UPC:
0085393184629
Original Release:
1988
Rating:
PG
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Mono]
Time:
1:30:00

Special Features

New featurette, "Mistaken Identity: Case Reopened"; theatrical trailer.

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Matt McCoy Nick
Janet Jones Kate Stratton
George Gaynes Commandant Lassard
G.W. Bailey Capt. Harris
René Auberjonois Tony Stark
Bubba Smith Moses Hightower
David Graf Eugene Tackleberry
Michael Winslow Larvell Jones
Leslie Easterbrook Debbie Callahan
Marion Ramsey Lawrence Hooks
Lance Kinsey Proctor
Tab Thacker House
Pamela Basker Actor
Pam Bogart Harris' Pick-up
Jeff Breslauer News Photographer
Dan Burrows Bob the Janitor
Fern Champion Actor
Toni Crabtree Activities Announcer
Arthur Edwards Thief in Drag
Ruth Farley Airport Information
Don Fitzgerald Commissioner Murdock
Jeff Gillen Thief's Victim
Kathryn Grey Stewardess
Susan Hatfield Mayor's Wife
Richard Jansen Kid with Toy Plane
Tom Kouchalakos Manny
Ed Koynes Dempsey
Jerry Lazarus Sugar
Dana Mare Graduating Policewoman
Julio Oscar Mechoso Shooting-range Cop
A.L. Meet Cigar Smoker
Dee Miller Actor
Nelson Orames Crowd-control Cop
Ruben Rabasa Julian
Angelo Reno Pete
Joni Siani TV Interviewer
Via VanNess Stewardess
Scott Weinger Shark-attack Kid
Larry Block Louis
Archie Hahn Mouse
James Hampton Mayor of Miami
George R. Robertson Hurst
Anthony Correa Alex, the ticket agent

Technical Credits
Alan Myerson Director
Wayne Beauchamp Special Effects
Robert H. Cooper Special Effects
Stephen J. Curwick Screenwriter
Hubert de la Bouillerie Editor
Roy Downey Special Effects
Marty P. Ewing Asst. Director
Robert Folk Score Composer
Jai Galati Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Hymes Stunts
Don Ivey Set Decoration/Design
Paul Maslansky Co-producer
Jeff Moldovan Stunts
Robert Musco Costumes/Costume Designer
James Pergola Cinematographer
Marie del Russo Makeup
Howard Warren Sound/Sound Designer
Donald West Co-producer
Trevor Williams Production Designer

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Break-In (Credits) [5:46]
2. Retirement Award [4:17]
3. Going Out in Style [5:11]
4. Clumsy Thieves [2:13]
5. Luggage Balls [3:46]
6. Plane Hijinxing [5:47]
7. Dropping the Bag [4:53]
8. Fun in the Sun [4:20]
9. Water Sports [5:21]
10. Limbo Losers [3:38]
11. Cops and Robbers [2:32]
12. Candid Camera [2:17]
13. Convention Wisdom [6:08]
14. Hot Shot [1:16]
15. Kidnapping Crew [6:22]
16. A Brilliant Plan [6:56]
17. Hostage Bonding [4:28]
18. Swamp Rescue [4:38]
19. Joy Ride [1:50]
20. Police Procedure [2:19]
21. Medals of Honor [3:06]
22. End Credits [2:26]

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Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can think of very few comedy franchises which could so much as hold a candle to this one. Unfortunately, this particular installment is more of a stumbling block than a success. While master thespians such as Bubba Smith and David Graf attempt(in hilarious fashion) to carry the comedic load, the film is lacking something. Of course that something is the brutal loss of the incomparable Steve Guettenberg and Bobcat Goldthwait. George Gaynes is terrific however, solidifying his career in the annals of entertainment(with this and Punky Brewster to his credit, I dare you to forget his name when debating who is the greatest actor of his generation). G.W. Bailey is as sinister as ever in portraying one of cinema's most heinous villains. I can only hope that this 'classic' lineup can somehow be pried away from their many other projects to reunite one last time and reprise the roles that moved us all.