|Catalogue #||8112042 (England)
|Description||When Michael J. “Crocodile” Dundee discovers that his girlfriend, pretty American reporter Sue Charlton, is being held hostage by Rico, a ruthless drugs baron, he engineers a spectacular rescue mission – only to discover that despite its crowded buildings and busy streets. New York City offers nowhere to hide. Especially when you’re being chased by a group of professional assassins.
So with Rico and his cohorts close on his tail, there’s only one thing Mick can do. Take Sue back to his native Australia where, in the Outback he knows so well, Mick can prepare himself for Rico’s arrival.
But as his adversaries advance into his personal territory, Mick must quickly remember his Aboriginal cunning and learn once again to be the “Crocodile who walks like a man”.
Once again, Paul Hogan excels as the laconic, charming, honest Antipodean with a gruff exterior and a soft centre. And Linda Kozlowski is Sue, the woman for whom he will risk everything.