Cinematographer Russell Boyd interviewed by Frank Heimans.
Rushes are raw footage from a day’s shooting where the same scene is often repeated from various angles.
At a bush camp, Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) is at first spooked by the quiet arrival of an Aboriginal man in face paint.
A tribute to John Cornell, the talented writer and highly respected business visionary, who has passed away at age 80.
This theme from Peter Best’s score for Crocodile Dundee (Peter Faiman, 1985) fuses lush, spacious consonances, drawn-out reverberant flute gestures and bedding strings.
The wistful and yet danceable song ‘Live it Up’ by Australian band Mental As Anything provides the soundtrack for a very 80s party scene in New York in Crocodile Dundee.
The film’s most famous joke 'That’s not a knife…’ relies on the impressive bowie knife created by film armourer John Bowring.
En route to crocodile country, reporter Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) asks Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) about his age and background.
'Mick catches barramundi – Sue invites him to New York. Mick kisses Sue. Interruption by Wally's call', was the action filmed in this scene according to a Location Schedule held in the NFSA.
At the Plaza Hotel in New York, Mick (Paul Hogan) is amused and confused by the luxuries of a modern hotel room. Nor does he understand tipping – but he soon works it out.