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These days Australian actor Paul Hogan is a name many film fans will struggle to know but back in the 1980s he was a huge hit. The source of his success was Crocodile Dundee, a good-natured romp about an Australian rogue called Mick "Crocodile" Dundee, whose life in the wilds of the Outback is disturbed when an American journalist arrives to write a piece about him after an attack by a crocodile. The strangely charming Mick quickly wows her with his uncanny connection to the natural world - but it's when he travels out of his comfort zone and visits the urban jungle of New York City that the laughs and adventure really kick in.
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