People: Nov. 17, 1986

He is equally adept at prying open a wild croc or a can of Foster's. But ask Paul Hogan how he feels about the success of his first film, "Crocodile" Dundee, and he's likely to sound like the laid-back grandpa he is rather than the hottest actor to come up from Down Under since Mel Gibson got his driver's license. "We're doing real well," deadpans the self-described former pub lout. "And I'm feelin' real well." Bet you are, mate. The story of a crocodile poacher who trades the dangers of the Australian Outback for the perils of Manhattan's urban jungle, Dundee...

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