Crocodile Dundee II

Synopsis: Mick and Sue continue where they left off in "'Crocodile' Dundee". New York City drug lords are pursuing Sue for having solid evidence against them for murder, so for her safety, Mick takes her back to Australia. When the gangsters follow them, Mick demonstrates his outback skills once more.
Director(s): John Cornell
Production: Paramount
  2 wins.
Rotten Tomatoes:
108 min

You in the dinghy!

This is the police.

Put your hands on your head.


G'day, Sarge!

I might have known it would be you.

It's these New York fish, Sarge,

they won't take the bait.


Get outta here! Come on, let's go.



What are you doing

up there? You scared me.

Just admiring the view.

You want coffee?


- Are you thinking about home?

- Yeah.

- I guess you miss it.

- The bush? A bit.

I was thinking I could be sitting in

the bar at Walkabout Creek right now,

gazing across at Wally

and Nugget and Donk.

Or I could be here looking

at you. No contest.

Actually, I was thinking

about looking for a job.

You're kidding.

No. A man can't stay

on holidays forever.

Well, you seem to have

managed okay so far.

I would've started looking

for a job last week,

only I wanted to see Doug meet

his mysterious twin brother.

- Doug who?

- On TV. Days of Our Lives.

Oh, Mick! We definitely

have to get you a job!

Hey, Mick, my friend didn't see you

throw. Could you show him? Huh?


You can go play.

I've got to go to work.


- Don't forget lunch.

- No worries. All right. Wait a minute.

- Where's the rabbit?

- Here it is.

Yeah. Right. That's a rabbit.

You take the rabbit, put it

down over there somewhere

- then get right out of the way.

- Okay.

- Rocks?

- Yup.

Don't miss, Mick.

- Close your eyes!

- All right.




Four. Okay, you can look.


- Any good?

- That was the best, Mick.

Know how come he can

throw like that?

In the bushes, if you miss, you don't

eat. Isn't that right, Mick?

That's right. But that's only half of it.

First, you gotta find the animals.

Here. What's this?

- A snake. That's a snake trail.

- Quick.

Snakes are good eating.

What's this one?

- That's a goanna, a real big lizard.

- Right.

You can eat it, but it tastes

like sh*t, right, Mick?

Yeah... Here's another

one, real quick.

What's that? Don't know?

Dunlop radials, Tony's bike.

- That was a good one.

- All right, practice.

- Bye, Mick. Bye.

- See you later. Bye-bye.

- See you later!

- Bye!

- And don't forget lunch!

- That was good, right?

- G'day, Al.

- Hiya, Mick.

- What'll you have?

- Just a beer, mate.

- Mind if I make an announcement?

- Go right ahead.


Mick Dundee's the name.

Fairly new in town.

Looking for some kind of a job.

Any suggestions?

That's enough job

hunting for one day.

- Yo, Mick, my man!

- G'day, Leroy.

- So, like, you're looking for work?

- Hmm. Kinda.

Well, then look no further.

- I can get you into something sweet.

- Great.

Let me just grab some cigarettes,

then we'll talk some business.



I noticed you're getting

pretty tight with Leroy.

Yeah, nice fella.

Let me warn you, he's a bad dude.

He's into some pretty heavy sh*t.

- Leroy? Seems harmless enough.

- Just so you know.

Yo, Mick, let's walk.

Less ears on the street.

Okay. Back in a sec.

Okay, like... I got a little

supply business going, right?

- Hey, like you will work for me.

- Oh. What would I be doing?

- Delivering stuff.

- Stuff?

This is just between you and me.

This goes no further, right?



- Stationery?

- Shh!

You know, pens, erasers,

office supplies.

- And that's heavy sh*t?

- No, man, it ain't.

I'm strictly legit.

But when you have a

name like Leroy Brown,

people expect you to be bad.

You know, like the song.

Oh, right!

But, uh...

- I kinda like the image.

- Yeah.

- You dig?

- Yup. Dig.

Is that part of the job? Digging?

Man, you really are prehistoric.

Hey. You want the job?

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Paul Hogan

Paul Hogan, (born 8 October 1939) is an Australian comedian, actor and television presenter. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his performance as outback adventurer Michael "Crocodile" Dundee in Crocodile Dundee (1986), the first in the Crocodile Dundee film series. more…

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