Police Academy 7: Mission to Moscow


And ready, here we go.

Five, four, three, two...

Good evening. Tragedy in Taiwan.

Disaster in Denmark.

Mayhem in Malaysia.

Those stories and more coming up later.

Tonight's lead story:

the computer game phenomenon...

...distributed by alleged Russian

Mafia leader Konstantine Konali...

...has taken the world by storm.

Out of the cold climates of Russia...

...comes the hottest

computer game sensation...

...simply called "The Game. " Ed?

- Ed, what are you doing?

- You gotta try this game. It's great.

Not now, Ed.

In the past six months...

..."The Game" has generated

over $1.5 billion in revenue...

- ... breaking all previous records.

- Get him, you miserable bear!

What makes this game stand out?

This is the first time that a video game...

- ... has appealed to a youthful...

- Ed!

...as well as a more sophisticated market.

- Oh, sh...

- "The Game," available in cartridges...

...as well as floppy disks for computer,

has everybody playing.

Take it, Lindsay, take it.

The creator and mass-marketer

of "The Game" is Konstantine Konali...

- ... allegedly head of the Russian Mafia.

- No, no, no!

Konali and...

What is he up to in Moscow?

Get your hands off it.

- Get your hands off the game!

- I want that game!

I'm not giving you my game!

Give it to me!

You're through at this station.

You're through.

Misha, take care of Skippy.


Leonid, Leonid, Leonid.

Enough living in the shadows.


...this will all...

...be mine!

This crime problem is out of hand.

Yes, Boris Nikolayevich.

We need help.

I can recommend a man I met

during the international conference.

I understand he has already

had dealings with Konali...

...when Konali was in America.

I will make this very clear.

Can he help us get Konali?

Yes, Boris Nikolayevich.

He is just the man for the job.

Keep me informed.



There you are, son.

How are the new recruits doing?

It might be the best class ever,

except for one man.

- He's afraid of heights.

- See what you can do for him.

I find that sometimes the least likely

cadets make the finest police officers.

Commandant Lassard, throw us the ball.

Off the scoreboard...

...off the floor, off the wall...

...off the redhead.

Nothing but net.

- Not bad.

- I love this game.

Connors. Where's Connors?

Thanks, Connors. You fixed it.

That's a classified police file.

"The academy has assembled a special

team for a mission to Moscow. "

I'd kill for that job.

Webster's on the list. Why him?

Because he graduated first in our class.

Yeah, well...

...can he do this?


Can he do this?

- Yep.

- That's all I got.

What are you doing?

- Well, I've never been to Russia.

- Okay, now put it back.

Connors. Sergeant wants you.

- Yeah.


I'm so very, very glad to see you.

The Moscow police

have asked us to assist them...

- ... in apprehending Konstantine Konali.


The godfather of Russian

organized crime.


Six years ago...

...Konali helped to establish a branch

of the Russian Mafia here...

...in our country.

Nearly got him then.

Unfortunately, he slipped through our

fingers and escaped back to Moscow...

...where he continues

his criminal activities...

...aided by his brother Mikhail

and pet snake Skippy.

Home run!

Now we get another chance

to apprehend him.

Man, what a wimp.

Connors, get down here.

You're never gonna pass the test.

I've gotta pass. My father was a cop.

His father was a cop.

His father was a horse thief.

- You got vertigo. Let's go.

- Vertigo. Ha!

I don't have vertigo.

Yo, Connors, you want a doughnut?

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Neal Israel

Neal Israel is an American actor, screenwriter, film and television producer and director best known for his comedic work in the 1980s for films such as Police Academy, Real Genius, and Bachelor Party. more…

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