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After hearing of Mick Dundee's near-fatal brush with a giant crocodile in the Australian outback, New York reporter Sue Charlton entices Mick to New York where muggers, hookers and high society all fall victim to his Australian charm.

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Peter Faiman
John Cornell  Paul Hogan  Ken Shadie
John Cornell
Dir. of Photography
Russell Boyd
Peter Best
David Stiven
Production Designer
Graham (Grace) Walker
Paul Hogan - John Meillon - Linda Kozlowski - David Gulpilil
Production Completion
Action adventure, Comedy
Production Company
Rimfire Films

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Verona Film Festival
  • Centre Georges Pompidou, Australian - Pompidou Event
  • Australian International Video Festival
  • Moscow International Film Festival

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