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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Paul Hogan ... Michael J. 'Crocodile' Dundee

Linda Kozlowski ... Sue Charlton

John Meillon ... Walter Reilly

Ernie Dingo ... Charlie
Steve Rackman ... Donk
Gerry Skilton ... Nugget
Gus Mercurio ... Frank
Jim Holt ... Erskine
Alec Wilson ... Denning
Maggie Blinco ... Ida
Bill Sandy ... Teddy
Mark Saunders ... Diamond
Betty Bobbitt ... Meg (Tourist)
Jim Cooper ... Dorrigo Brother
Sam Cooper ... Dorrigo Brother
Fernando Segura ... Hotel Manager (Switchboard)
Hechter Ubarry ... Luis Rico

Juan Fernández ... Miguel (as Juan Fernandez)

Charles S. Dutton ... Leroy Brown (as Charles Dutton)

Kenneth Welsh ... Brannigan

Stephen Root ... DEA Agent (Toilet)

Dennis Boutsikaris ... Bob Tanner

Carlos Carrasco ... Garcia

Luis Guzmán ... Jose (as Luis Guzman)
Marilyn Sokol ... Doris

Gregory Jbara ... Young Cop
Doug Skinner ... Toilet Citizen

Anthony Crivello ... Subway Hitman

Susie Essman ... Tour Guide
Ronald Yamamoto ... Fuji (Kung Fu Tourist) (as Ron Yamamoto)

Doug Yasuda ... Cato (Kung Fu Tourist)
Tom Batten ... Policeboat Sergeant
Rhett Creighton ... Park Boy
Edwin Maldonado ... Park Boy
Angela Castle ... Park Girl

Tatyana Ali ... Park Girl
John Ramsey ... Barkeeper Al
Anthony Ruiz ... Apartment Hitman

Jace Alexander ... Rat
Bryan Krivak ... Gang Member
Jim Soriero ... Gang Member
Mark Folger ... Mohawk Punk
Julio Rios ... Sanchez (Rico's Driver)

Alberto Vazquez ... Rico's Guard
Luis Arriaga ... Rico's Guard
Jose Andrews ... Rico's Guard (as Jose R. Andrews III)
Roger Serbagi ... Ralph the Postman
Hannah Cox ... Office Receptionist

Colin Quinn ... Onlooker at Mansion
Vincent Jerman-Jerosa ... Ledge Suicider (as Vincent Jerosa)
Steven Arvanites ... Phone Talker
Rita Lane ... Phone Talker
Stacey Rockafellow ... Phone Talker

Maria Antoinette Rogers ... Cafe Patron
Ahvi Spindell ... Cafe Patron
Woodrow W. Asai ... Japanese Tourist (as Hisayo Asai)

Al Cerullo ... Helicopter Pilot (as Al Cerullo Jr.)
Dianne Crittenden ... Woman in Store (as Dianne Derfner)
Homay Shams ... Snake Charmer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anthony Scavone ... Kidnap Witness (uncredited)

Directed by
John Cornell 
Writing credits
Paul Hogan (characters)

Paul Hogan (written by) &
Brett Hogan (written by)

Produced by
John Cornell .... producer
Paul Hogan .... executive producer
Jane Scott .... producer
Mark Turnbull .... associate producer
Original Music by
Peter Best 
Cinematography by
Russell Boyd (director of photography)
Film Editing by
David Stiven 
Casting by
Dianne Crittenden 
Production Design by
Lawrence Eastwood 
Art Direction by
Rob Robinson 
Costume Design by
Norma Moriceau 
Makeup Department
Judy Lovell .... makeup artist: Australia
Marie-Ange Ripka .... hair stylist: New York
Carla White .... key makeup artist: New York
Cheryl Williams .... hair stylist: Australia
Production Management
Jane Bartelme .... unit manager: New York
John Herford .... assistant unit manager: Australia
Hugh Johnston .... unit manager: Australia
Fiona McConaghy .... production manager: Australia
Kelly Van Horn .... production manager: New York
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Craig Bolles .... second assistant director: Australia
Chitra F. Mojtabai .... second assistant director: New York
Maria Phillips .... fourth assistant director: Australia
Hugh Rawson .... second second assistant director: New York
Daniel M. Stillman .... second assistant director: New York (as Dan Stillman)
Mark Turnbull .... first assistant director: Australia
P.J. Voeten .... third assistant director: Australia
Art Department
Jacqueline Arnot .... set dresser
Anthony Baldasare .... set dresser: New York
Rick Best .... carpenter: Australia
Ty Bosco .... storyboard artist: Australia
Jennifer Carseldine .... assistant art director: Australia (as Jenny Carseldine)
Andrew Chauvel .... carpenter: Australia (as Andy Chauvel)
Jeremy Conway .... art director: New York
Alan Craft .... scenic artist: Australia
Claudette Didul .... art department researcher: New York
Randy Drake .... assistant art director: New York
Ray Elphick .... construction manager: Australia
Jeffrey L. Glave .... stand-by scenic artist: New York (as Jeff Glave)
Pauline Grebert .... special props maker: Australia
Bruce Lee Gross .... head set dresser: New York
Mark Harrington .... set dressing assistant: New York
Ian Heron .... painter: Australia
Kim Hilder .... special props maker: Australia
Leigh Johnson .... assistant set decorator: New York
Len Judd .... props buyer: Australia
George Kouzoujian .... construction foreman: New York
Leigh Kyle .... set dresser: New York
Eric Matheson .... carpenter
Lewis Morley .... special props maker: Australia
John Murch .... special props maker: Australia
Ken Nelson .... construction foreman: New York
Lettie Odney .... supervising adr editor: New York
John Osmond .... stand-by props: Australia
Joseph Petruccio Sr. .... construction coordinator: New York (as Joe Petruccio Sr.)
Lyn Pinezich .... art department coordinator: New York
Leslie A. Pope .... set decorator: New York
John Riley .... art department runner: Australia
Jon Ringbom .... chargeman: New York
Nicky Rowntree .... art department administrator: Australia
Marc Ryan .... draughtsperson: Australia
Marc Ryan .... model maker: Australia
David Scott .... carpenter: Australia
John Searle .... special props maker: Australia
Marcus Smith .... carpenter: Australia
Michele Sommer .... assistant props: New York (as Michelle Sommer)
Ron Stone .... property master: New York (as Ronald C. Stone)
Andy Tickner .... carpenter: Australia
Michael Tolerton .... property buyer: Australia
Phil Roberts .... movie poster illustrator (uncredited)
Sound Department
Terry Annesley .... sound recordist: Australia
Thomas Brandau .... sound recordist: New York
David E. Campbell .... re-recording mixer: New York (as David Campbell)
Victor DiMattia .... looping
Daniel F. Finnerty .... sound assistant: New York (as Daniel F. Finerty)
Leslie Gaulin .... foley editor: New York (as Leslie Troy Gaulin)
Jerelyn J. Harding .... adr editor: New York (as Jerelyn Golding)
Kimberly Harris .... sound editor: New York
Bill Heald .... sound pa: New York
Frank Howard .... sound editor: New York
Victoria Martin .... supervising foley editor: New York
Glen Marullo .... sound mixer (as Glenn Marullo)
F. Hudson Miller .... sound editor: New York
Lettie Odney .... supervising adr editor: New York
Donald Ortiz .... sound assistant: New York (as Don Ortiz)
John T. Reitz .... re-recording mixer: New York (as John Reitz)
Penn Robinson .... sound supervisor
Gregg Rudloff .... re-recording mixer: New York
Jerome R. Vitucci .... boom operator: New York (as Jerome Vittuci)
Mark J. Wasiutak .... boom operator: Australia
George Watters II .... supervising sound editor: New York
Denise Whiting .... adr editor: New York
Danielle Wiessner .... assistant sound editor
Gary Wilkins .... sound recordist: Australia
Gary Wright .... sound editor: New York
Ken Dufva .... foley artist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Mark Bero .... special effects production assistant: New York
William D. Harrison .... assistant special effects: New York (as Bill Harrison)
Bob Hicks .... special effects: Australia
George R. Hill .... assistant special effects: New York
Steven Kirshoff .... special effects: New York
Alan Maxwell .... special effects: Australia
Chris Murray .... special effects coordinator: Australia
David Thomas .... special effects: Australia (as Dave Thomas)
Steve Wolf .... special effects technician
Denis Zack .... assistant special effects: New York
Visual Effects by
Roger Cowland .... visual effects
John Alden .... stunt rigger: New York
Glenn Boswell .... stunt coordinator: Australia
Glenn Boswell .... stunts: Australia
Peter Bucossi .... stunts: New York (as Pete Bucossi)
Zev Eleftheriou .... stunts: Australia
Richard Epper .... stunt rigger: New York
Alan Gibbs .... stunt coordinator: New York
Tim Gilbert .... stunt rigger: New York
Jack Gill .... stunts: New York
David Medina .... stunts: New York
Mark Orrison .... stunt rigger: New York
Spike Silver .... stunt coordinator: New York
Spike Silver .... stunts: New York
Buddy Van Horn .... stunts: New York
Kurt Bryant .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Terry Annesley .... assistant camera: Australia
Michael Atkinson .... camera operator: wildlife, Australia
Brian Bansgrove .... gaffer: Australia
Ian Bird .... grip: Australia
Lynn Breschel .... electrician: New York
John Breslin .... clapper loader: Australia
Geoff Brown .... crane operator: Louma crane, Australia
Ray Brown .... key grip: Austalia
Robin Brown .... second assistant camera: New York
Peter Carrete .... still photographer: Australia (as Peter Carrette)
Peter Carrete .... still photographer: New York (as Peter Carrette)
Colin Chase .... electrician: Australia
Edward Cohen .... best boy: New York (as Eddie Cohen)
Rourke Crawford-Flett .... grip: Australia (as Rourke Crawford Flett)
Richard Dowgin .... grip: New York
David Dunkley .... assistant camera: Australia
David Dunkley .... camera maintenance: Australia
Paul Gantner .... best boy: Australia
Jonathan Graham .... grip: New York (as Johnathan Graham)
Warren Grieef .... grip: second unit, Australia
Troy Hampson .... generator operator: Australia
Terry Hopkins .... additional camera operator: New York
Kerry Jackson .... grip: Australia
Richard C. Kerekes .... grip: New York (as Rich Kerekes)
Ron Kunecke .... musco light operator
Tony Larkins .... best boy grip: Australia
Eric Liebowitz .... still photographer: New York (as Eric Leibowitz)
Mitchell Andrew Lillian .... key grip: New York (as Mitch Lillian)
Charlie Marroquin .... grip: New York
Larry McConkey .... Steadicam operator: New York (as Larry McConky)
Andrew McLean .... focus puller: Australia
Peter Menzies Jr. .... camera operator: Australia (as Peter Menzies Jnr.)
William Moore .... rigging electrical best boy
Brandon Odegaard .... electrician: New York
George Pattison .... camera operator: New York second unit
Carl Peterson .... best boy: New York
David Petley .... camera operator
Jason Rogers .... electrician: Australia
Andre Sobczak .... key grip: second unit
Rufus Standefer .... gaffer: New York
Peter Terakes .... assistant camera: Australia second unit
Daniel L. Turrett .... camera operator: New York second unit (as Dan Turrett)
Geoffrey Wharton .... panaglide operator: Australia
Stephen F. Windon .... director of photography: second unit
Stephen F. Windon .... first assistant camera: New York (as Steve Windon)
Zachary Winestine .... first assistant camera (as Zachery Winestine)
Casting Department
Riccardo Bertoni .... extras casting
Joy Dickson .... casting assistant: New York
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Barbara Conte .... wardrobe production assistant: New York
Mel Dykes .... costume cutter: Australia
Robyn Elliott .... second stand-by wardrobe: Australia
Leah Holtzberg .... assistant to costume designer: New York
Cheryl Kilbourne-Kimpton .... wardrobe assistant: New York (as Cheryl Kilbourne)
Annie McCarthy .... stand-by wardrobe: Australia
Kate Ross .... wardrobe assistant: Australia
Deirdre N. Williams .... wardrobe supervisor: New York (as Deirdre Williams)
Editorial Department
Jeff Chaves .... colorist (digital color correction)
Dick Fokker .... assistant editor
Faith Jones .... apprentice editor: New York
Fiona McConaghy .... post-production coordinator: Australia
Scott Mitchinson .... assistant editor
James H. Nau .... first assistant editor: New York (as Jim Nau)
Lynda Newland .... assistant editor
Chris Peppe .... assembly editor
Paul Trejo .... assembly editor: New York
Music Department
Peter Best .... orchestrator
Coralie Hartl .... music contractor
Phillip Hartl .... concertmaster
Transportation Department
Chris Nielsen .... driver
David Suttor .... transportation manager: Australia (as Dave Suttor)
Other crew
Jeffrey Bacon .... stand-in: New York
Angus Banks-Stewart .... stand-in: Australia (as Angus Banks Stewart)
Jeff Barber .... accounts assistant: Australia
Peter Best .... synthesizer programmer: Fairlight CMI programming
Craig Bolles .... location scout: Australia
Peter Borosh .... film school attachment
Richard Boué .... safety officer: Australia
John Bowring .... armorer: Australia
Olivia Bruce .... assistant production coordinator: New York
Val Caruncho .... security officer: New York
Jacob F. Conrad .... location manager: New York (as Jacob Conrad)
Harvey Cooper .... crocodile advisor: Australia
Melissa Cornell .... production office assistant: Australia
Billy Crawford .... production assistant: New York
Amanda Crittenden .... base office liaison: Australia
Delvene Delaney .... assistant to director: Australia
Lee Dillow .... lead cast liaison: Australia
Maurizio Dotto .... assistant: New York second unit (as Nino Dotto)
Cilista Eberle .... assistant auditor: New York
Tom Ferrell .... security officer: New York
Dean Garvin .... production assistant: New York
Nathan Gendzier .... parking coordinator: New York
Graham Gow .... reptile wrangler: Australia
Mal Graydon .... bat wrangler: Australia
Penny Graydon .... bat wrangler: Australia
Robert Grindrod .... assistant auditor: New York
Bob Hall .... ja ja camp liaison: Australia
Denton Hall .... attorney: New York
Richard Harper .... financial controller: Australia
Shell Hecht .... production secretary: New York
Annemaree Horniman .... accounts assistant: Australia
Sue Hoyle .... extras coordinator: Australia
Roger Johnston .... unit generator operator: Australia
Dianne King .... stand-in: Australia
Neal Kingston .... assistant to manager: Australia
James Leavey .... teamster captain: New York (as Jim Leavey)
Ken Lloyd .... location caterer: Australia
Alan Marco .... production accountant: Australia
Robin McCallister .... craft service: New York
John Meredith .... location assistant: Australia
John Meredith .... unit runner: Australia
Marcela Moore .... stand-in: New York (as Marcella Moore)
Thomas Muse .... production assistant: New York
Sandy Nelson .... assistant location manager: New York
Daphne Paris .... continuity
Lesley Parker .... production coordinator: Australia
Brett Partridge .... stand-in: Australia
Philip A. Patterson .... location manager: Australia (as Phil Patterson)
Alexandra E. Perce .... key production assistant: New York (as Alexandra Perce)
Jeffrey Pittle .... parking wrangler
Henry Rainger .... buffalo wrangler: Australia
Jacquie Ramsay .... nurse: Australia
Anne Reddington .... location scout: New York
Charlie Revai .... n.t. camp manager: Australia
Danielle Rigby .... production assistant: New York
Julia Ritchie .... assistant to manager: Australia
Jacquie Robertson .... unit nurse
Ann Ruark .... production assistant: New York (as Anne Ruark)
Carol Scheidat .... secretary to director: Australia
Michael Schenk .... office production aide: New York (as Mke Schenk)
Shelly Seymour .... assistant production coordinator: New York
Stephanie Slater .... production secretary: Australia
Carl Spann .... helicopter pilot: Australia
Clem Spiner .... construction runner: Australia
Susan Starr .... second unit assistant: New York
Barbara-Ann Stein .... auditor: New York
Sally Stiven .... cutting room manager
Ari Taub .... assistant location coordinator
Dennis Thompson .... buffalo wrangler: Australia
Matthew Vandermark .... production runner: Australia
Grahame Webb .... crocodile advisor: Australia (as Dr. Grahame Webb)
Peggy Wood .... secretary to producer: Australia
Gerry Ferrara .... projectionist (uncredited)
David Lanphier Jr. .... production assistant (uncredited)
Grant Harper Reid .... location assistant (uncredited)

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Also Known As:
"'Crocodile' Dundee II" - Australia (original title)
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108 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:PG | Canada:PG | Finland:K-12 | Iceland:L | Ireland:12 | New Zealand:PG | Norway:11 | Norway:15 (DVD rating) | Norway:10 (theatrical rating) | Portugal:M/6 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 (theatrical rating) (1990) | South Korea:15 (video rating) (1990) (DVD rating) (2003) | Sweden:15 | UK:PG | USA:PG | West Germany:12
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

The subway train operated on one of the unused outer tracks at the Hoyt-Schermerhorn station.See more »
Crew or equipment visible: When one of Rico's goons uses a shotgun to shoot the apartment door, Mick punches the goon out. While he is knocked-out, you can see a drop-cloth and mike stands that clearly weren't there before.See more »
Rico:This Dundee likes to play games! Maybe we show him some good games when it gets light.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in "Troldspejlet: Matinee" (1994)See more »
Walk Don't RunSee more »


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9 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Not as "Fun" as the Original, but Still Worthwhile (7/10), 20 September 2002
Author: jhclues from Salem, Oregon

If you saw the original, this one will seem like a visit with an old friend, that being the likable Mick `Crocodile' Dundee. This time around there's not as much `whimsy' to it, though, and as things get a bit more heavy-handed, Mick finds himself in some rather murky waters as the story unfolds. Still, the appeal of the character and the easy, intrinsic humor at the heart of the film is enough to make `Crocodile Dundee II,' directed by John Cornell, a satisfying cinematic experience.

As the film opens, Mick (Paul Hogan) is happily ensconced in New York City with his lady-friend, journalist Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski), and life is good. Mick, however, tired of just laying about has decided it's time to seek gainful employment, and sets out to do just that. His job search gets put on hold, though, when Sue's ex-husband, Bob Tanner (Dennis Boutsikaris), a journalist currently covering a story in South America, sends some photographs he's taken-- the subject of which is of a particularly serious and sensitive nature-- to Sue, and something else arrives along with the them: Trouble. Trouble, as in the man in the pictures is one `Rico' (Hechter Ubarry), a big time drug dealer who is more than a little concerned about the compromising position these particular photos will undoubtedly put him in. He will stop at nothing to get them, and he has the `muscle' to do it. But there's one small item Rico hasn't factored in to his agenda and his plan of attack. And his name is Mick Dundee.

Written by Paul Hogan and his son, Brett Hogan, this film suffers the `Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom' syndrome, in that-- like the `Indy' film-- it is a sequel to a hugely successful original, and takes that same `turn' toward the dark side. And in the case of this film, it's even more noticeable inasmuch as this is a comedy rather than a pure action/adventure movie, and-- let's face it-- it's tough to find a light, comedic touch in a film that deals with a kidnapping, killings and drug dealers. Still, just as Spielberg did with the `Indy' sequel, Hogan pulls it off; and he does it with a winning smile and bit of sleight-of-hand.

As the great Steve Allen would say, `All seriousness aside, folks--' And in a nutshell, that's the trick Hogan, Hogan and Cornell use to make this offering a viable commodity. Taken out of context, the story alone is serious stuff, more conducive to a `Traffic,' `Blow' or `Scarface' than a `Crocodile Dundee' movie. But therein is the rub; the filmmakers here take a lighthearted approach to a serious issue, being careful, however, not to discount or be dismissive of it, but rather by toning down the `results' of the violence while infusing it with humor and some genuinely engaging characters, and presenting it all in a way that is palatable to a wide audience.

Cornell, like Peter Faiman (who directed `Crocodile Dundee'), is destined to be the forgotten man of this project, and for the same reasons. Cornell takes the wheel of the ship here, takes his audience on a cruise then deposits them safely back on shore, where most will agree it was a trip worth taking. But in the end, there is nothing about it that identifies Cornell; nothing with his `signature' on it. And, like Faiman, he only directed one other film, `Almost an Angel' in 1990 (also starring Hogan and Kozlowski), which was mediocre at best. So there's simply nothing to reference him. He may have been the captain of the ship, and he did a good job, technically speaking, but he kept himself in the wheelhouse too long to be noticed.

Hogan, meanwhile, was taking center stage in the lounge, successfully reprising his role as everyones favorite `Aussie.' Without question, no matter what Paul Hogan does for the rest of his career, this is the character moviegoers everywhere will forever associate him with, and for good reason. Quite simply, Mick Dundee is just such a likable bloke. And it's a theme that runs throughout the entire series-- everybody likes him; no matter where he goes or who he meets, he makes them feel as if they've known him all their lives. He's amiable, good looking, charismatic, and has an entirely non-judgmental, matter-of-fact way of dealing with people and situations that provides a refreshing perspective on the human condition. That's what makes this character so memorable, and there's no getting around it: Just as Leonard Nimoy will always be `Spock' regardless of whatever else he ever does, Hogan will always be Crocodile Dundee. Because he IS Mick Dundee.

Also in fine form for this second go ‘round is the beautiful Linda Kozlowski, returning to the role she created in the original, Sue Charlton. And-- as in the first one-- it's the on screen chemistry between Kozlowski and Hogan that really sells it; whether it's in the Australian outback or on the streets of New York City, they find the magic, and it comes through to the audience, loud and clear. This isn't, of course, the kind of stuff that wins Oscars, but her performance is honest and convincing, and Kozlowski has a screen presence that is altogether natural and real, all of which makes the relationship between Sue and Mick all the more believable.

Also turning in noteworthy performances are John Meillon, returning as Mick's friend and business associate, Walter Reilly; Charles Dutton as the street wise Leroy; and Ubarry, who makes Rico the bad guy you love to hate.

The supporting cast includes Juan Fernandez (Miguel), Kenneth Welsh (Brannigan), Ernie Dingo (Charlie), Luis Guzman (Jose), Jace Alexander (Rat) and Steve Rackman (Donk). An entertaining film, but not nearly as `fun' as the original (the `Indy' syndrome, again), `Crocodile Dundee II' is nevertheless a worthy addition to the series, as it puts you together with one of the screen's most unforgettable characters, `Crocodile' Dundee. 7/10.

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