"Crocodile" Dundee


Release Date 1986-04-24
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"Crocodile" Dundee

"Crocodile" Dundee is a 1986 Australian comedy film set in the Australian Outback and in New York City. It stars Paul Hogan as the weathered Mick Dundee, whose character was inspired by the late Rodney Ansell. Hogan's future wife Linda Kozlowski portrayed Sue Charlton. Inspired by the true life exploits of Rodney Ansell, the film was made on a budget of under $10 million as a deliberate attempt to make a commercial Australian film that would appeal to a mainstream American audience, but proved to be a worldwide phenomenon. Released on 30 April 1986 in Australia, and on 26 September 1986 in the United States, it was the second-highest-grossing film in the United States in that year and went on to become the second-highest grossing film worldwide at the box office as well. There are two versions of the film: the Australian version, and the American/international version, the latter of which had much of the Australian slang replaced with more commonly understood terms, and was slightly shorter. The international version also changes the title to "Crocodile" Dundee, adding the quotation marks. The film was followed by two sequels: "Crocodile" Dundee II and Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles.

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Actors & Characters

Paul Hogan Paul Hogan Michael "Crocodile" Dundee Michael "Crocodile" Dundee
Linda Kozlowski Linda Kozlowski Sue Charlton Sue Charlton
John Meillon John Meillon Walter Reilly Walter Reilly
David Gulpilil David Gulpilil Neville Bell Neville Bell
Ritchie Singer Ritchie Singer Con Con
Maggie Blinco Maggie Blinco Ida Ida
Steve Rackman Steve Rackman Donk Donk
Gerry Skilton Gerry Skilton Nugget Nugget
Terry Gill Terry Gill Duffy Duffy
Graham 'Grace' Walker Graham 'Grace' Walker Angelo Angelo


Russell Boyd Cinematography
Peter Faiman Director
David Stiven Editor
Peter Best Music
John Cornell Producer
Paul Hogan Writer
John Cornell Writer
Ken Shadie Writer