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Crocodile Dundee


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Adventure comedy starring
PaulHogan Linda Kozlowski
Australian modern-day hero Mick Dundee , nicknamed
"Crocodile" because of his tall tales of survival, is a larger-than-life character with a broad sense of humour and a unique outlook on life.
American reporter
Sue Charlton travels to the outback to discover the man behind the legend - and uncovers more than she bargained for.
But that's nothing compared to what Mick finds when he returns to New York with her and takes a walkabout on the wild side.
Director Peter Faiman • STEREO
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 • FILMS: pages 37-44


Unknown: Paulhogan Linda Kozlowski
Unknown: Mick Dundee
Unknown: Sue Charlton
Director: Peter Faiman
Michael J Crocodile Dundee: Paul Hogan
Sue Charlton: Linda Kozlowski
Walter Reilly: John Meillon
Neville Bell: David Gulpiul
Con: Ritchie Singer
Ida: Naggie Blinco
Donk: Steve Rackman
Nugget: Gerry Skilton
Duffy: Terry Gill
Trevor: Peter Turnbill
Rosita: Christine Totos

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