It’s called “Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles.” Casual (in a brown tweed jacket, corduroy shirt and tan jeans), but not entirely comfortable being at the receiving end of a barrage of questions about himself (he listens to questions closely, but prefers concise answers whenever possible), Hogan hasn’t an ounce of egotism about him.
Crocodile Dundee, long thought to be dead, was found alive in Los Angeles yesterday. Crocodile Dundee (1986), one of the biggest comedy hits of the ’80s. Soon after, Paul Hogan (now 73) disappeared along with his co-star (and wife), Linda Kozlowski (54).
When Paul Hogan gave an interview for Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001), he put to rest the myth that there was a real Crocodile Dundee. He assured the interviewer that there was not, and that the idea for the character came from his own head.
Now Hogan and his team are gambling that the rugged Crocodile Dundee, looking great at age 60, still has a draw 14 years later, with his new film Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles. Crocodile Dundee is fond of saying, “no worries,” and Hogan echoes that sentiment.
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My other co-star is Los Angeles. What’s it like working with your wife? They back-chat you a little more than a normal actress would. It’s very comfortable. What is it about Crocodile Dundee that’s connected with audiences around the world? He’s such a common, down to earth kind of …