Crocodile Dundee II

Crocodile Dundee II (1988)

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Corrected entry: When Mick is firing on his pursuers, Mick has a Lee Endfield Bolt Action .303 which he fires three continuous shots without reloading.

MJR09

Correction: Dundee is using a Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III SMLE Rifle, which came with either a standard five shot or an extended 10 shot magazine. Firing three shots from such a rifle without reloading would not pose a problem.

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Corrected entry: When it's night in Australia, a shot of the moon is shown. This is a shot of the moon, viewed from the northern hemisphere. In Australia, the moon is viewed "up sided down".

Correction: Crocodile Dundee II was shot on location in Australia and such a mistake seems impossible. Please advise a time code.

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Continuity mistake: In the cave, Sue tells Mick that the rifle has no more ammo, but when she goes to help Mick, she shoots the bad guy with the very same rifle.

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Sue: You shot Walter.
Mick: Yeah. It was the only thing I could think of to save his life.

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Question: If the crocs in this movie are saltwater crocodiles, why is the lady sipping then filling her canteen with saltwater? Later when swimming with Dundee in freshwater, no crocs.

Answer: Saltwater crocodiles ("Salties") are equally at home in fresh or salt water. Sue was filling her canteen from the water in a billabong, a freshwater lake.

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