Crocodile Dundee

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Crocodile Dundee (1986) is a comedy film starring Paul Hogan and directed by Peter Faiman. The plot revolves around an Australian man who is used to surviving in the wilderness. He travels to New York City where he is confronted modern suburban and city life.

Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) travels to Australia to do some research on a story. She finds is Mick "Crocodile" Dundee who is a quick-witted bushman who seems to have an uncanny symbiosis with the Australian Outback. When Sue must return to New York, she invites Mick to accompany her. Where she sees that he is not so accustomed to the city as to the bush. Ultimately, she falls in love with the charismatic Australian, but must decide whether to go with him back to Australia or remain with her current metropolitan boyfriend.