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Crocodile Dundee II
"Crocodile" Dundee II is a 1988 Australian adventure and comedy film. It is the sequel to the 1986 film "Crocodile" Dundee, and was followed by 2001's Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles. Actors Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski reprise their roles as Mick Dundee and Sue Charlton, respectively. However, now they are taking on a Colombian drug cartel.
The film was shot on location in New York City and Northern Territory, Australia.


The Plot
Following the events in Crocodile Dundee, central characters Mick Dundee and Sue Charlton are living in New York. Although Mick's naÔvety toward city life is a hazard at times while he tries to continue the life he is used to living - which includes dynamite-fishing in Manhattan waters - Sue's story has provided his pardon by making him a popular public figure. He makes contact with Leroy, a stationery salesman trying to live up to his self-perceived 'bad guy in the streets' image.
Sue's ex-husband (mentioned, but not seen, in the first movie) takes pictures of a Colombian drug cartel's murder of an unknown person, and is spotted by one of the cartel's sentries. Before being murdered, he sends his pictures to Sue. The film's antagonists, cartel leader Luis Rico, and his lieutenant, Miguel, go to New York City to retrieve the evidence.
In order to do so, the gangsters hold Sue hostage, whereupon Mick asks Leroy for help. Leroy contacts a local street gang, whom Mick assigns to create a distraction by caterwauling at the mansion's perimeter, leading most of the guards on a wild chase and making them nervous, while Mick sneaks inside and rescues Sue. Rico escapes police custody, whereinafter Mick decides to take Sue to Australia in order to take the fight onto familiar ground. In Walkabout Creek, Mick is enthusiastically welcomed back by his friends; after provisioning, he and Sue take refuge in his personal land, named Billongamick ("Mick's Place"). Here, Sue discovers that Mick owns land equal the size of New York State, including a gold mine.
Rico and his men track them to Australia, where some local thugs are hired to assist them in their search; but their Aborigine tracker abandons them when he hears that their quarry is Mick. As a replacement, the gangsters kidnap Mick's friend Walter and force him to guide them. Mick saves his friend by grazing him with a bullet and making it look like an attempt on Walter's life. They then lead the villains on a wild goose chase through the Outback territory, during which Mick, by use of his survival skills, cunning trickery, and the help of his Aborigine friends, manages to reduce the opposition's 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. Mick regains the upper hand, captures Rico, and switches clothes with him in order to lure Miguel into a vulnerable position. Soon afterward, the villains are defeated, whereupon Sue decides to stay with Mick in Australia.

The Main Cast

Paul Hogan
"Crocodile Dundee"

Linda Kozlowski
"Sue Charlton"

John Meillon
"Walter Reilly"

David Gulpilil
"Neville Bell"

Steve Rackman
  More Cast
Stephen Root: DEA Agent (Toilet)
Hechter Ubarry: Rico
Juan FernŠndez: Miguel
Charles S. Dutton: Leroy (as Charles Dutton)
Kenneth Welsh: Brannigan
Dennis Boutsikaris: Bob Tanner
Ernie Dingo: Charlie
Gerry Skilton: Nugget
Gus Mercurio: Frank
Susie Essman: Tour Guide
Colin Quinn: Onlooker at Mansion
Luis Guzman: Jose

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