What was the subtitle of "Police Academy 6"?
"Police Academy" is a series of American comedy films, the first six of which were made in the 1980s. The series opened with "Police Academy" (1984) which started with the premise that a new mayor had announced a policy requiring the police department to accept all willing recruits. The film followed a group of misfit recruits in their attempts to prove themselves capable of being police officers, and succeeding both in spite of and because of their eccentricities. The main character in the first four films, Carey Mahoney (Steve Guttenberg), was a repeat offender who was forced to join the police academy as punishment. The seventh and to date last installment, "Mission to Moscow", was released in 1994.
"Police Academy 6: City Under Siege" is a 1989 American comedy crime film starring Bubba Smith, David Graf and Michael Winslow. It was directed by Peter Bonerz and written by Stephen Curwick, based on characters created by Neal Israel and Pat Proft. The film was given a PG rating for violence and language. This was the last "Police Academy" sequel to be released in the year immediately following the previous installment of the series. It would take five years until the release of the following film, "Police Academy: Mission to Moscow". "Police Academy 6: City Under Siege" was also the last movie in the series to feature Bubba Smith, Marion Ramsey, Bruce Mahler, Lance Kinsey and George R. Robertson as Hightower, Hooks, Fackler, Proctor and Commissioner Hurst respectively.