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Crocodile Dundee II (1988) - IMDb With Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, John Meillon, Ernie Dingo. Mick and Sue continue where they left off in "'Crocodile' Dundee". New York City drug lords are pursuing ...

Original theatrical trailer for the 1986 film Crocodile Dundee Starring Paul Hogan Linda Kozlowski John Meillon David Gulpilil Reginald VelJohnson


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Crocodile Dundee II - Wikipedia Crocodile Dundee II is a 1988 Australian-American adventure and comedy film. It is a sequel to Crocodile Dundee (1986) and was followed by Crocodile Dundee in Los ...

Crocodile Dundee II - Wikipedia This article needs additional citations for verification Crocodile Dundee Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed October 2008 Crocodile Dundee II is a 1988 AustralianAmerican adventure and comedy film It is a sequel to Crocodile Dundee 1986 and was followed by Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles 2001 Actors Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski reprise their roles as Mick Dundee and Sue Charlton respectively here shown opposing a Colombian drug cartel The film was directed by John Cornell and shot on location in New York City and Northern Territory Australia It cost 14 million to make 1 Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Release 3 1 Box office 4 Reception 5 References 6 External links A year has passed since the events of Crocodile Dundee and Mick Dundee and Susan Sue Charlton are living happily together in New York Although Micks ignorance of city life is a hazard when he attempts to continue his former lifestyle like blast fishing in Manhattans waters Sues writing has made him a popular public figure He later goes to work for Leroy Brown a mildmannered stationery salesman trying to live up to his selfperceived bad guy in the streets image While working for the DEA in Colombia Sues exhusband Bob mentioned but not seen in the first movie takes photographs of a drug cartel leaders murder of an unknown person and is spotted by one of the cartels sentries He sends the photographs to Sue before being murdered himself Colombian Cartel leader Luis Rico and his brother and top lieutenant Miguel go to New York City to retrieve the photos The gangsters take Sue hostage leading Mick to ask Leroy for help Leroy contacts a local street gang whom Mick asks to create a distraction by caterwauling at the mansions perimeter leading most of the cartels guards on a wild goose chase while Mick rescues Sue Rico is arrested but soon escapes police custody and after a failed attempt by Rico to kill Sue Mick decides to take Sue to Australia in order to fight on familiar ground In Walkabout Creek Mick is enthusiastically welcomed back by his friends After provisioning he and Sue take refuge on his personal land named Belonga Mick Micks Place see bilong in Tok Pisin Here Sue discovers that Mick legally owns land almost twice the size of New York State including a gold mine Rico and his men track their quarry to Australia where they hire some local thugs to assist them but their Aboriginal tracker abandons them when he hears that their quarry is Mick The gangsters then take Micks friend Walter as a hostage but Mick saves his friend by faking an attempt on Walters life Walter convinces the gangsters that Micks failed attack was due to Walter being the only person suitable to guide them so they take him as a replacement tracker He then leads the gangsters on a false trail through the Outback territory during which Mick with the help of his Aboriginal friends manages to reduce the oppositions numbers one by one leaving the rest increasingly nervous In the end he retrieves Walter from Rico and Miguel leaving the latter to face him alone Tired of chasing Dundee Rico sets a bushfire to corner Mick but Mick regains the upper hand captures Rico and switches clothes with him in order to lure Miguel into a vulnerable position Sue and Walter observing them from a distance mistake Mick for Rico and take shots at him Walter shoots Mick though not fatally and Rico tries to escape but is shot by Miguel who mistakes him for Mick Rico loses his balance and falls to his death in a ravine Miguel is in turn shot and killed by Sue Though thinking at first that Mick is dead they soon reunite with him Walters bullet had only hit Mick in the side and Sue and Mick embrace When Mick asks her whether she is ready to go home Sue replies I am home concluding the film Paul Hogan as Michael J Crocodile Dundee Linda Kozlowski as Sue Charlton John Meillon as Walter Reilly Meillon died shortly after the films release Hechter Ubarry as Luis Rico Juan Fernández as Miguel Charles S Dutton as Leroy Brown Kenneth Welsh as Brannigan Stephen Root as DEA Agent Dennis Boutsikaris as Bob Tanner Ernie Dingo as Charlie Steve Rackman as Donk Gerry Skilton as Nugget Gus Mercurio as Frank Susie Essman as Tour Guide Colin Quinn as Onlooker at Mansion Luis Guzman as Jose Alec Wilson as Denning Jim Holt as Erskine Bill Sandy as Teddy The Aboriginal Tracker Alfred Coolwell as Aboriginal Releaseedit The film opened 25 May 1988 in the United States and Canada 34 Box officeedit Crocodile Dundee II was also a worldwide hit5 but not as big as its predecessor The film grossed 24916805 in Australia6 which is equivalent to 48843593 in 2009 dollars The film was released theatrically in the United States by Paramount Pictures in May 1988 It grossed 109306210 at the domestic box office 5 It was the second highestgrossing film that year for Paramount second only to Coming to America and the sixth highestgrossing film at the United States box office 7 Receptionedit The film did well at the box office but not with critics 8 It was sixthhighestgrossing film of the year in the United States and earned more than 240 million worldwide For its first six days of American release its box office receipts of US29 2 million exceeded those of Rambo III at 21 Crocodile Dundee 2 million 9 Crocodile Dundee II received generally negative reviews from critics Janet Maslin of The New York Times deemed the sequel to be inferior noting the novelty has begun to wear thin even if Mr Hogan remains generally irresistible 3 Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes assessed a Rotten score of 11 with an average 3 510 rating 10 Referencesedit a b TV Week magazine 4 June 1988 page 11 Box office war by Ivor Davis Crocodile Dundee II Box Office Mojo Retrieved 23 January 2014   a b Maslin Janet 25 May 1988 Crocodile Dundee 2 1988 Paul Hogan Is Back to His Tricks The New York Times Retrieved 25 May 2010   Portman Jamie 21 May 1988 Gday again Crocodile Dundee Amiable Aussie is back in Crocodile Dundee II Toronto Star p  J3 Retrieved 22 December 2010   a b Crocodile Dundee II boxofficemojo com 2 April 2011   Film Victoria Australian Films at the Australian Box Office 1988 Domestic Grosses boxofficemojo com Archived from the original on 2 March 2011 Retrieved 2 April 2011   Thomas Kevin 25 May 1988 Archetypal Aussie Still a Likable Bloke in Dundee Los Angeles Times Retrieved 24 August 2010   Blank Ed Croc devours Rambo in first week in theaters Pittsburgh Press Retrieved 25 May 2010   Crocodile Dundee 2 1988 Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved 25 May 2010   External linksedit Crocodile Dundee II on IMDb Crocodile Dundee II at Oz Movies Crocodile Dundee II at the National Film and Sound Archivepermanent dead link

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