Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

Revealing mistake: When Hightower throws his frisbee to Proctor and sends him flying, Proctor starts flying away before he catches the frisbee.

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Revealing mistake: When Lassard starts spilling golf balls from his golfing bag in the airport, look closely. Lassard is activating some sort of trigger/handle mounted on the bag to release the balls.

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Revealing mistake: When Hooks is carrying out her 'crowd-control' sequence, she causes the crowd to step back into a pool. However if you look closely, not all of them fall into the pool by accident, as a few turn round and deliberatly step forward into it.

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Revealing mistake: Near the end of the film where Proctor kicks the chair towards Harris, if you look closely you can see the two grooves/rails that the chair slides along.

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Sgt. Moses Hightower: Sir, I realize this is your jurisdiction. But if there is a rescue attempt, we would like to volunteer.
Capt. Thaddeus Harris: Commissioner Murdock, I couldn't agree more. I think it is vital that the rescues know Commandant Lassard intimately. Now, I can vouch for the abilities of these officers. After all, I trained them myself.
Sgt. Larvell Jones: Must be the drugs.

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Mistakes

When the bad guys are outside the hotel in the convertible, they spot Lassard and one of them spits milkshake over the inside of the windshield. The milkshake disappears in the next shot.

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Trivia

On the aeroplane, there is a man who refuses to put out the cigar he is smoking. This man is the film's director, Alan Myerson.

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