Police Academy: Mission to Moscow (also known as Police Academy 7: Mission to Moscow) is a 1994 comedy crime film starring George Gaynes, Michael Winslow, David Graf, and Claire Forlani (in her feature film debut). It is the seventh and final film in the Police Academy series. It was directed by Alan Metter and written by Randolph Davis and Michele S. Chodos, based on characters created by Neal Israel and Pat Proft. George Gaynes, Michael Winslow, and David Graf were the only three cast members to appear in all seven films. Leslie Easterbrook appeared in all the films except the second film.
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Russian mafia boss Konstantine Konali (Russian: Константин Конали, Ron Perlman) 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 apprehend Konali, Russian Commandant Alexandrei Nikolaivich Rakov (Russian: Александр Николаевич Раков, Christopher Lee) sends for help from America. Rakov decides to bring in someone he met at a police convention—Commandant Eric Lassard (George Gaynes).
Lassard briefs his team about the mission in Russia, then they head to Moscow. Along with Lassard in Moscow are Sergeant Larvell Jones (Michael Winslow), Sergeant Eugene Tackleberry (David Graf), Captain Debbie Callahan (Leslie Easterbrook), Cadet Kyle Connors (Charlie Schlatter), and Captain Thaddeus Harris (G. W. Bailey).
As they plan to capture Konali, he has devised 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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