Crocodile Dundee

Crocodile Dundee

Crocodile Dundee

A New York reporter (Linda Kozlowski) goes to Australia to meet eccentric croc hunter Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) and invites him to the Big Apple in this Australian, culture-clash comedy classic. Hogan - who took inspiration from real-life bushman Rodney Ansell - won Best Actor at the Golden Globes in 1987 while the film itself was 1986's second highest grossing worldwide. It remains Australia's highest grossing film domestically.

Best Actor (in a Comedy/Musical) for Paul Hogan, Golden Globes 1987.
1986Rating: M97 minsAustralia
Comedy

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Crocodile Dundee / Reviews

Variety

Variety

Proceedings are intermittently enlivened by John Meillon who is slyly humorous as Dundee’s manager and partner in a safari tour business.

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Time Out

Time Out

A canny construct is old Crocky, and a star-maker of a role for bronzed, wiry Hogan.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

Many of the best scenes have the same whimsical quality as "The Gods Must Be Crazy," in which a character with a truly direct and open mind is able to see right through the strange conventions of civilization.

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BBC

BBC

Hogan's affable charm contrasted with the modern city lifestyle is still of comedic relevance.

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