Crocodile Dundee was a popular 1980s comedy film set in the Outback of Australia and New York City. The plot revolves around Mike Dundee and Sue Charlton played by Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski respectively. The movie, that was made on a low budget of $10 million, turned into a worldwide phenomenon that millions of people watched and enjoyed. The creators of the film indented to produce a story that would resonate amongst both Australian and American audiences and they were very successful in their execution. The film grossed a whopping $328 million at the box office and even spawned two sequels. Not only was it a hilarious story, but the film coined some of the most iconic lines that everyone uses today when they are imitating an Australian accent. We have all said, “put another shrimp on the barbie” before. The plot revolves around Sue Charlton who is a writer for her father’s newspaper and the girlfriend of the editor, Richard Mason.