CROCODILE DUNDEE IN L.A. (Movie)
Part of art smuggling ring.
Foreign accent. Associate bad guy to Rothman. Gets to cringe and plead when Mick leaves him out with the wild animals.
Feels a lot like the original film, nothing special, a bit dated, but not terrible. A "wait for the video" type.
Some black leather. Has a beard for the role.
" a sequel whose time has come - and gone. Although Jere Burns and Jonathan Banks soldier gamely through the studio boss roles, the film misses the chance to do a job on Hollywood. Most of the film is tame " Jeff Carr, The Boston Globe, 4/20/2001, Arts, pg. D6.
"The movie is pokey, and the jokes amble onscreen, squat down on their haunches and draw diagrams of themselves in the dust. But enough Croc-bashing. Truth in journalism compels me to report that 'Crocodile Dundee' is at least genial family entertainment " Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times, 4/20/2001
" like a kiddie matinee feature. a pair of slick and nefarious villains, and a fairly clever plot the burnished, imperious studio head played by Jere Burns, and his hostile, thick-accented second-in-command, scowlingly done by Jonathan Banks." Malcolm Johnson, The Hartford Courant, 4/20/2001, pg. D7
McKinlay, Queensland and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia beginning August 7, 2000. Fall, 2000, in Los Angeles, California.
On Paramount official site at http://www.crocodiledundeeinla.com/ Look under "The Movie" then "Star Profiles."