By 1988, America's fascination with all thing's Australian had reached a fever pitch, fueled by Crocodile Dundee, Men at Work, Foster's beer, and, presumably, that guy Jocko who did commercials for Duracell and shouted "Oy!"

Not only did this phenomenon give us Crocodile Dundee II, it somehow convinced Warner Brothers to give an unknown Australian documentary filmmaker and "experimental comedian" with a silly haircut the chance to write, produce, direct, and star in his very own feature film.

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