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It’s another routine day at Police Station 10. The vice-squad is booking it’s usual quota of pimps, prostitutes and massage parlour operators. Everything’s normal when in walks Mr. Clean. He’s the “Super-Cop”… he’s now turning his attention to station 10. He works the men at Station 10 unmercifully, but they are an army of misfits, difficult to mold into shape. Frank, the skirt-chaser, would rather go off with a hooker than book her. Benito Imbroglio is an expert at staying away from trouble. Only Morris, the eager-beaver rookie looks promising and his wife Lili has threatened to leave him if he goes on the vice-squad. After a week the boys have had it. Frank isn’t getting any more freebies from the girls. Benito is obliged to get heavy with his Italian family. Morris’ wife leaves him. They decide to compromise Mr. Clean by setting him up with high-class hooker, Stella Moon. After several hilarious attempts, Stella gets her man, but somehow things have changed at station 10. Even Benito has become an honest cop.

Genre
Comedy @en
Year
1980
Budget
1,200,000
Stars
Harry Reams, Nicole Morin, Geoffrey Bowes
Director
Claude Fournier
Writer
Claude Fournier, Marie Josie Raymond
Photography
Claude Fournier
Editor
Claude Fournier, Marie Josie Raymond
Music
Paul Baillargeon
Running Time
96 minutes
Classification
13+
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