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spaniel-lover 02-02-2013 19:15

Crocodile Dundee is on Channel 4 right now
 
:):):):):)

fmradiotuner1 02-02-2013 19:45

I bet they cut lots out?

Honestweegie 02-02-2013 19:49

Bloody good film.. just seen Linda Kowslowski arse again... Im hetersexual female... but thats a good ares

spaniel-lover 02-02-2013 22:33

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Originally Posted by Honestweegie (Post 64020988)
Bloody good film.. just seen Linda Kowslowski arse again... Im hetersexual female... but thats a good ares

Indeed, I am rather envious.

spaniel-lover 02-02-2013 22:36

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Originally Posted by fmradiotuner1 (Post 64020847)
I bet they cut lots out?

I remember it was a '15' certificate at the cinema, & I went to see it when I was 14 & was rather chuffed that nobody questioned my age.;)

gashead 02-02-2013 22:39

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Originally Posted by fmradiotuner1 (Post 64020847)
I bet they cut lots out?

It's a great film, but usually totally un-watchable on TV. I forget the channel, but the last time I did, they cut the 'That's a knife.' line. They showed up to where Dundee says 'That's not a knife', then cut the next, arguably most famous line in the film. There's also a drug scene which I don't think I've ever seen on a TV showing.

Honestweegie 03-02-2013 18:39

I can understand them not showing the drug scene but why cut out the lines "you can live on it but it tastes like shit" its a reccuring joke and seems fairly tame

bgtension 03-02-2013 18:51

It's pointless watching a lot of these old 15 films, which by today's standards would be certificated 12A.

Bluray 03-02-2013 19:06

Underrated score by Pete Best

spaniel-lover 03-02-2013 19:53

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Originally Posted by Honestweegie (Post 64039316)
I can understand them not showing the drug scene but why cut out the lines "you can live on it but it tastes like shit" its a reccuring joke and seems fairly tame

The word shit, I am confident in saying, is not really that offensive anymore; and as for kids, sometimes I have to get on the bus when they're going home from school, & their language is enough to make the air turn blue!

spaniel-lover 03-02-2013 19:54

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Originally Posted by Bluray (Post 64040105)
Underrated score by Pete Best

The ex Beatles drummer?

Bluray 03-02-2013 20:04

Er, don't think so

gemma-the-husky 03-02-2013 22:50

she's changed a bit. google "linda koslowski now"

Grabid Rannies 04-02-2013 10:56

I'm sure I remember reading that one of the things that secured a '15' for it back in the day was that the F-word can be heard once used by someone in the background or in a crowd scene, almost missably so but of course it didn't pass James Ferman by :D

widger 04-02-2013 12:23

One of those fims that when you re-watch it after a long time, it actually seems a bit crap.

roger_50 04-02-2013 12:48

It was probably a few lines from the pimp (and the drug scene) which elevated it to 15 rating in the 80s. Both are always cut out these days on TV.

It winds me up when it's shown after the watershed and we still only get the cut version, which happens occasionally.

MissCulture 04-02-2013 13:15

He should not have done the sequels though.....:cool:

dee123 04-02-2013 14:36

Being half Australian i've always hated those films. No Aussie i've ever met my age likes them. Australia isn't anything like that.

JEFF62 05-02-2013 09:10

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Originally Posted by Honestweegie (Post 64039316)
I can understand them not showing the drug scene but why cut out the lines "you can live on it but it tastes like shit" its a reccuring joke and seems fairly tame

I watched it last night. They cut the tastes like s**t lines but keep in the Australian saying I need a p**s. the You can live on it line looked stupid as Mick said it then it cut to an overhead shot with Sue laughing at it. And the party scene just seemed completely pointless without the drug scene. Like it was just put in to fill time. I last saw the film around seven years ago and it was uncut but I cant remember if it was a dvd or a tv screening.

Gulftastic 05-02-2013 09:16

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Originally Posted by dee123 (Post 64056536)
Being half Australian i've always hated those films. No Aussie i've ever met my age likes them. Australia isn't anything like that.

True. It's more like 'Neighbours'.

yaristaman 05-02-2013 13:31

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Originally Posted by bgtension (Post 64039654)
It's pointless watching a lot of these old 15 films, which by today's standards would be certificated 12A.

:confused::confused:Why would that make it pointless? 12A films can still be enjoyed just as much as 15's

Kizer 26-08-2013 02:44

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Originally Posted by widger (Post 64054427)
One of those fims that when you re-watch it after a long time, it actually seems a bit crap.

Nah, it's still a good film. Good characters, great script, brilliant one-liners.

Shame about how the tv version has cut a lot of the best jokes out.

andy1231 28-08-2013 16:59

Great Theme tune as well.


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