Feds

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This article is about the 1988 film. For the 1997 crime drama series, see Feds (TV series). For the 2011 film, see Fedz. For University of Waterloo undergraduate student union, see Federation of Students, University of Waterloo.
Feds
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Daniel Goldberg
Produced by Len Blum
Written by Daniel Goldberg,
Len Blum
Starring Rebecca De Mornay
Mary Gross
Edited by Don Cambern
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s)
  • 28 October 1988 (1988-10-28) (United States)
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Feds is a 1988 American comedy film written and directed by Daniel Goldberg, and starring Rebecca De Mornay and Mary Gross.[1]

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Ellie DeWitt (Rebecca De Mornay) is a former U.S. Marine who wants to become an FBI Agent. However, where she has the physical skills, she doesn't have as much success in memorizing all the books she needs to learn. Fortunately for her, she's in the same room with Janis Zuckerman (Mary Gross), a woman who is as smart as they come, but physically very weak. Overcoming the male recruits' assumptions of them, Ellie and Janis team up to help each other through the basic training so they can both become federal agents.

During their training, Ellie and Janis must deal with an instructor who seems determined to fail the pair, a fellow trainee who seems more interested in flirting with Ellie (until Ellie asserts her Marine training and pins him against the wall in one exercise), and befriend a geeky co-trainee who seems unable to complete the smallest task.

Joining forces, the three tackle the final practice simulation, (badly) forging the instructor's signature ('he sneezed') and breaking into the telephone room to discover the location of the "hostage" and use their radio to redirect the other agents to make sure they don't find the hostage first.

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