Tourism Australia: Dundee - The Son of a Legend Returns Home Soundtrack (


At first, Walkabout Creek's rugged hunter, Michael J. "Crocodile" Dundee, took New York City by storm in Crocodile Dundee (1986). Then, he gave a dose of their own medicine to ruthless drug lords in Crocodile Dundee II (1988), and after that, in Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001), Mick travelled to the sunny city with Sue and his son, Mikey, to expose a nefarious business. But, now, the legend is missing, and no one knows Mick's whereabouts, who was last seen somewhere in the vast Australian Outback. Under those circumstances, only Brian Dundee, Mick's long-forgotten American son, and Walter Reilly's son, Wally Jr., can lend a hand in finding him. However, is Brian up to the task?

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Brian Harris

The memorable melodies and themes in the soundtrack stay with me long after watching the film, creating a lasting impression and leaving me eager to revisit the story again.

Nancy Parker

The dynamic range of musical styles in the soundtrack keeps the listening experience fresh and engaging, reflecting the diverse landscapes and challenges faced by the characters.

Paul Hernandez

The emotional depth of the soundtrack enhances key moments in the story, evoking a sense of nostalgia and connection to the characters' journey.

Kenneth Moore

The soundtrack perfectly captures the adventurous spirit of the film, making me feel like I'm on an exciting journey through the Australian Outback alongside the characters.

Amanda Thomas

One of the highlights of the soundtrack is the fusion of modern and traditional musical elements, reflecting the blend of old and new in the storyline. This combination adds depth and richness to the overall listening experience, making it a memorable aspect of the film.

Steven Williams

The use of traditional Australian instruments in the music adds an authentic touch to the overall experience, immersing me in the unique cultural setting of the movie.

David Roberts

Each track in the soundtrack evokes a sense of mystery and excitement, enhancing the storytelling and creating a truly immersive experience for the viewers. The fusion of traditional Australian instruments with modern beats creates a unique and captivating sound that elevates the overall viewing experience of the film.

Stephanie Harris

The lack of originality in the soundtrack was disappointing. Instead of creating unique and memorable musical pieces that could have added depth to the characters and plot, the movie relied heavily on generic and cliché background music that failed to leave a lasting impression. It felt like a missed opportunity to elevate the overall viewing experience.

Andrew Wilson

The music in the film effectively sets the tone for the search for Mick Dundee, blending a sense of mystery and excitement. The pulsating rhythms and haunting melodies enhance the suspense and keep the audience engaged throughout the journey to find the missing legend.