“Crocodile” Dundee

American journalist Sue Charlton heads to outback Australia to meet and write about the famous and eccentric crocodile poacher Mick Dundee. Upon arrival Sue realises that she was totally unprepared for how much of a culture shock was in store, coming from New York to a little dust bowl town in the middle of nowhere. When she finally meets Mick the two go on a bush trip to retrace the story of Mick’s survival after a crocodile attack. Sue realises how the people of New York would find Mick fascinating so she invites him back to her hometown, and now Mick is in for the shock of a lifetime.

Director: Peter Faiman

Actors: Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, John Meillon, David Gulpilil, Mark Blum, Michael Lombard, Terry Gill

Year: 1986

Length: 104 Minutes

Classification: M15+ Low level violence, Low level coarse language


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