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.
Centennial Park, which is situated on Gadigal land, opened in 1888.
Like many cinema advertisements of the 1940s, this one for Peters Ice Cream plays like a short film with opening titles and voice-over narration.
En route to crocodile country, reporter Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) asks Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) about his age and background.
Along the panoramic drive which skirts the heights of the Blue Mountains, people come in search of beauty and hidden treasures.
At Echo Point in the Blue Mountains, lovers Jack (Harry Cantor) and Jill (Margaret Jackson) begin their quest to find a £500 cheque hidden in the area.
Crocodile Dundee remains the most commercially successful Australian film ever made, with Paul Hogan’s iconic Mick Dundee at the heart of the film.