Cop Shop - Volume 11

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EPISODES 261 - 286

 

COP SHOP hit the Australian television screens in 1977 following on from the successful series HOMICIDE, DIVISION 4 and MATLOCK POLICE.  In the same Crawford tradition of popular home-grown police drama, COP SHOP became an instant favourite thanks to its unique blend of characters, suspense, excitement and continuing human drama, bringing 6 years and over 580 hours of entertainment to Australian homes.

In Volume 11, Cameron puts his life on the line in a siege situation.  Johnson is hailed as a hero but his tough exterior is tested.  Riverside Police are under orders to cooperate with an investigative documentary maker who proves himself to be a nuisance to both Danni and Amanda.  Valerie, Lorna and Claire buy into a Coffee Shop business and when Baker takes up cycling, O’Reilly nominates himself as his racing coach.

COP SHOP  

 A show about people who are cops . . .

And cops who are people . . .

 

 

Includes:

  • 7 DVDs
  • 26 x 1 hour episodes
  • $59.95 + $5.00 P&H

Customer Reviews

  1. Riverside Cops and Robbers
    Posted by Greg G on 26/02/2020

    We are now at episode 261 and still going strong. The cars, the fashion and décor are still of their time, quintessential late 70s. It it is a fun journey down memory lane, The CI and uniform boys at Riverside continue to have their hands full with rogue’s gallery. JJ is challenged like never before when he shoots dead a felon who had just wounded Vic Cameron. After viewing a series of ‘stiffs’ and shooting another crim, it finally takes full emotional toll. He breaks down in Valerie’s arms.
    Valerie, Claire and evergreen Lorna go into business with a local coffee shop. It has a very rocky start. No surprises there with the ditzy Valerie running the show. Roy Baker is as altruistic and obliging as ever assisting with the DIY tasks. John Walton plays an interfering journo putting together a doco on the CI branch while revisiting a cold case. Like another reviewer, this storyline was given generous screen time and became a bit grating. Benjamin gets his ‘gig’ in CI at last. Some hardcore story lines on drugs are part of this volume as well as a stark reminder of how far we’ve come in relation to how we view the less fortunate. The daughter of one character is routinely referred to as ‘retarded’ and ‘mentally retarded’ Yeah, we have evolved and left these labels back in the last century. So, another engaging set of episodes for this nostalgic Crawford’s devotee.
  2. Great To See Cop Shop Again
    Posted by Bruno on 19/08/2019

    So great to watch Cop Shop again. It has stood the test of time. They don't make them like this any more.
  3. Top show
    Posted by Brett on 5/08/2019

    Great show enjoying every episode. brings back a lot of Memories of when i used to watch it on TV
  4. Volume 11 - Half Way There
    Posted by James on 20/07/2019

    Cop Shop Volume 11 - Episodes 261 to 286. We're about halfway through the series now and it's still going strong. I thought the irritating Liz Cameron (Liz Burch) was leaving, but alas, no. Now we have (in addition) the even more irritating media personality, Linford-Jones (John Walton). I don't recall him in the show at all. The fast-forward button gets a workout when he's on. But apart from those minor gripes, it's great, roll-on Volume 12 and beyond.
  5. Awesome viewing
    Posted by Rick on 15/07/2019

    Love this show
    Can't wait for more.

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