20 Things You May Not Have Realised About Crocodile Dundee

20 Things You May Not Have Realised About Crocodile Dundee

We’re quite sure that a good number of you children of the 1980s will have seen Crocodile Dundee, possibly on multiple occasions. It’s one of those classic ‘fish out of water’ films that were so prevalent during the 1980s, but this one definitely had a little something more to it…

Not only was Crocodile Dundee hilarious, introducing us to a lead character who we would love and remember for years to come, but it also made us fall in love with a country which until that point we hadn’t thought all that much about, that country of course being Australia.

We’ll not need to give most of you the film’s basic details, but just in case you’ve been wandering the Australian outback for the last 30 years and you’ve never gotten round to watching it, let us be the ones to fill you in…

Crocodile Dundee was released in 1986 and is an Australian and American comedy film that is set both in the Australian Outback and also in New York.

It of course stars Paul Hogan as the titular Mick Dundee, whilst Hogan’s future wife Linda Kozlowski played the character of Sue Charlton.