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Paul David Graf (April 16, 1950 – April 7, 2001)

Remembered primarily for appearing in all of the seven Police Academy movies as the socially shy, but overtly gun-totin’, violence lovin’ Eugene Tackleberry, David Graf was a mainstay throughout many, many 80s and 90s TV shows as a guest actor, and as a voice actor. 84 more words

The Shrine

Film Review: The ‘Police Academy’ Film Series, Part II – The Post-Mahoney Years

To see what I thought about the first four films in this series, go here.

These three films differ from the first four in the series in that they are missing the character of Sgt. 740 more words

Entertainment

Film Review: The ‘Police Academy’ Film Series, Part I - The Mahoney Years

As a kid, no comedies brought me as much replayable joy as the “Police Academy” films. Yes, they are cheesy and the humor is crude and low brow with slapstick thrown in but to a kid in the 1980s, that is what I liked. 1,180 more words

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Police Academy – Throwback Thursday

Intro to… Police Academy
Have you ever wanted to be a policeman? I sure did. As a kid I always wanted to be an officer of the law, like the cool detectives you saw on TV. 424 more words

Movie

Police Academy to hold benefit car wash

GRCC’s Police Academy recruits will hold a car wash from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. August 14 at Arby’s, 3000 28th St. SE in Kentwood. All donations will go to the academy’s memorial project.

Kabul attacks kills at least 35, tests president's plan for peace with Taliban

KABUL – Two massive attacks in Kabul on Friday, one near a government and military complex in a residential area and the other a suicide bombing outside a police academy, killed at least 35 people, sending the strongest message yet to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani – that militants are still able to strike at his heavily fortified seat of power. 972 more words

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Police Academy plans two fundraiser for memorial project

GRCC’s Police Academy’s vision is to raise funds to create and display a memorial on the GRCC campus DeVos campus, in hopes of honoring our graduates who have made the ultimate sacrifice, while at the same time instilling in our current recruits a sense of Duty, Honor, and Pride. 223 more words