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Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (12-Apr-2001)

Director: Simon Wincer

Writers: Eric Abrams; Matthew Berry

Keywords: Comedy, Australia, Los Angeles

Second sequel to Crocodile Dundee follows wily Australian Mick Dundee as he brings his special brand of living to sunny Los Angeles.

ABSTRACT
Second sequel to Crocodile Dundee (1986). Mick "Crocodile" Dundee, unhappy with his life in the Outback alongside girlfriend Sue Charlton and son Mikey following the abolition of crocodile hunting, takes his show stateside to Los Angeles when Sue accepts a job as a bureau chief for her father's newspaper. Culture shock sets in for the trio, though it isn't long before globetrotting Mick puts his skills and intuition to the test to undermine a conspiracy involving corrupt studio executives and paintings stolen from the war-torn Balkans.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jonathan Banks
Actor
31-Jan-1947   Frank McPike on Wiseguy
John Billingsley
Actor
20-May-1960   Dr. Phlox on Star Trek: Enterprise
Jere Burns
Actor
15-Oct-1954   Breughel on Max Headroom
Hal Fishman
Journalist
25-Aug-1931 7-Aug-2007 Los Angeles TV news anchor
Rick Gonzalez
Actor
30-Jun-1979   Coach Carter
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Nicholas Hammond
Actor
15-May-1950   The Sound of Music
Paul Hogan
Actor
8-Oct-1939   Crocodile Dundee
Linda Kozlowski
Actor
7-Jan-1958   Crocodile Dundee
Paul Rodriguez
Actor
19-Jan-1955   A Million to Juan
Aida Turturro
Actor
25-Sep-1962   Janice Soprano
Mike Tyson
Boxing
30-Jun-1966   Erratic heavyweight champion

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