All Of Paul Hogan's Movies, Ranked
More than two hundred movie fans have come together to cast their votes for the best Paul Hogan movies. The Australian actor and comedian has been making us laugh since his breakout role in the 1986 classic Crocodile Dundee. From there, he's gone on to star in a string of beloved comedies that have become fan favorites over the years.
Hogan's films are renowned for their sharp wit, lovable characters, and lighthearted humor that can bring a smile to anyone’s face. Whether you're looking for some good old-fashioned laughs or just need a pick-me-up after a long day, these movies will not disappoint.
At the top of our list is Crocodile Dundee, which follows Mick Dundee as he navigates life in New York City with his unique style and rugged charm. Other classics like Almost an Angel and Lightning Jack showcase Hogan's extraordinary comedic talents alongside other big names like Elias Koteas, Linda Kozlowski, Cuba Gooding Jr., and Lance Henriksen.
So if you're ready to enjoy some hilarious hijinks from one of Australia's finest exports then be sure to check out this ranking of Paul Hogan's best movies. Don't forget to vote up your favorites so they rise higher on the list.
- 175 VOTESA New York reporter heads to Australia to interview the living legend Mike Dundee (Paul Hogan). When she finally locates him, she is so taken with him that she brings him back with her to New York. In New York, Mike Dundee is amazed by the wonders of the city and the interesting people there.
- Released: 1986
- Directed by: Peter Faiman
- 261 VOTESMick "Crocodile" Dundee (Paul Hogan) is settling into his new Manhattan home when a South American drug dealer (Hechter Ubarry) abducts his girlfriend, Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski). The drug dealer thinks images of his criminal activities, taken by Sue's photographer ex-husband, are now in her hands. The dealer takes Sue to Colombia and threatens her, hoping that she'll give up the evidence. But intrepid Dundee, aiming to rescue Sue, is soon on the criminal's trail.
- Released: 1988
- Directed by: John Cornell
- 326 VOTESVince Hopgood (Paul Hogan) is a recently divorced theater owner with some serious tax problems. When Vince learns that a new tax loophole for live-in gay couples would allow him to keep his property, he asks his best friend, Ralph (Michael Caton), to pose as his lover. In order to fool the taxman, the gruff, small-town Aussie pals make a clueless attempt to act like a homosexual couple. Along the way, they befriend actual gays and reevaluate stereotypes of the gay community.
- Released: 2004
- Directed by: Dean Murphy
- 452 VOTESPetty thief Terry Dean (Paul Hogan) is involved in a car accident that appears to claim his life. But before he can enter the pearly gates, he is stopped in his tracks by God (Charlton Heston), who sends Terry back to the world of the living in order to make up for past mistakes. Back on earth, Terry undertakes an effort to live a better life and decides to volunteer at a shelter for troubled kids. Unfortunately, it isn't long before his criminal past threatens to catch up with him.
- Released: 1990
- Directed by: John Cornell
- 542 VOTES
Charlie & BootsCharlie & Boots is a 2009 Australian film starring Paul Hogan and Shane Jacobson. It had the best opening weekend for any Australian film in 2009 when it was released on Father's day. The film features many small towns in country Australia. It also has a cameo by Reg Evans, who died in the 2009 Victorian bushfires before the film was released, and the film is dedicated to the victims of the fires.
- 653 VOTESAfter being taken hostage in a botched bank robbery, the mute Ben Doyle (Cuba Gooding Jr.) has inadvertently become Sancho Panza to the quixotic Lightning Jack Kane (Paul Hogan), who fancies himself a legendary Wild West outlaw. While Jack teaches Ben how to shoot, ride a horse and perform a successful heist, he's also being pursued by a posse of vigilantes. Finally seeing the writing on the wall, Lightning Jack wants to make one last score and retire, but a rival gang isn't making it easy.
- Released: 1994
- Directed by: Simon Wincer