Paramount Pictures released Crocodile Dundee to theaters on September 26, 1986. Peter Faiman directs the film which stars Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, and John Meillon.
Crocodile Dundee Synopsis
Over a decade before Steve Irwin hunted crocs across the Australian outback, the Academy Award nominated, Crocodile Dundee, was packing theaters down under. After a year of continuous viewings, the film exploded onto the global stage; shooting it’s well known local star, Paul Hogan, into movie superstardom.
Pre Credits begin at a newspaper office in a New York City where word has filtered through from the southern hemisphere that a man has survived a brutal crocodile attack by dragging himself a few kilometers through feral bushland to safety. For our American listeners, kilometers are like miles, but shorter, and 10 times easier to keep track of.
Sue, played by Paul Hogan’s future wife on and off screen, is sent to Walkabout Creek Australia, on assignment, to interview and spend a few days with the man who looked a croc in the eye and lived to tell the tale.
Upon arrival to the dusty 1 pub town, Sue is met by Wally, best friend and business partner to Michael J. Crocodile Dundee, and it isn’t long before drinking games and dancing with a stuffed reptile is in order.read full summary
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