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Kindergarten Cop
- Arno Schwarzenegger

Overview - To trap an elusive criminal, a veteran cop is forced to go undercover as a pre-school teacher. This charming film is one of Schwarzenegger's best efforts.  Read more...

 
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Overview

To trap an elusive criminal, a veteran cop is forced to go undercover as a pre-school teacher. This charming film is one of Schwarzenegger's best efforts.

Cast List

Arnold Schwarzenegger - Actor/bodybuilder
Penelope Ann Miller - American actress
Carroll Baker - American Actress
Caroll Baker - American Actress
Linda Hunt - American Actress, THE YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY (1983)
Cathy Moriarty - American Actress
Ivan Reitman - Canadian Director/Producer
Pamela Reed - American Actress
Richard Tyson - American TV/Film Actor

 
Details
    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray
  • Run Time: 112
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 025192112775
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: September 2014

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Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Action
Detectives
Switching Roles
Children
On-The-Run
Recommended
Theatrical Release
Family (General)

 
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Synopsis:
A rough, tough, take-no-nonsense LA cop goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher in Oregon to find and protect the son of a drug-dealer -- and he discovers that he just may have met his match in the roomful of rowdy moppets.

Notes:
Filmed on location in Astoria, Oregon, and Los Angeles, California. Shooting began May 30, 1990; completed September 4, 1990. Released theatrically in the USA December 21, 1991 Released on VHS video June 6, 1991 and laserdisc June 13, 1991. Film was greeted with controversy over the fact that the title and ad campaign were skewed towards small children, while the film itself featured many acts of violence, often directed against children. Rated BBFC 12 by the British Board of Film Classification

Reviews:
"...[Schwarzenegger] plays off the Schwarzenegger image more gleefully and successfully than ever before..." - 12/21/1990 New York Times, p.C12

 
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