Mr Dundee” is saved from absolute calamity by Hogan’s regularly conceived bid. It’s remarkably difficult to detest Hogan in any event, when he’s burdened with a lukewarm content by Robert Mond and chief Dean Murphy (additionally overseer of Hogan’s Aussie hits “Abnormal Bedfellows” and “Charlie and Boots”) that contains such a tiny portion of the brisk humor and sharp mind that made Hogan a public satire fortune and raised him to worldwide superstardom.