Matlock Police - Volume 3

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EPISODES 53 - 78

In Volume 3 Const. Hogan becomes a prime suspect in a burglary, Det. Sgt. Maddern is stalked by an old adversary and Det. Alan Curtis is accused of criminal negligence when he attends the scene of an accident while off duty. Homicide, hot rods and hit and run are all part of the daily routine for our country cops.


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

Customer Reviews

  1. Love the early 70’s
    Posted by Ash on 27/10/2020

    Blow ups happen got to be the best episode watched it as a teenager had a huge influence in me already been into old cars I’ve still got a couple. Grigor Taylor sbs Michael pate are excellent in this as is Paul Cronin Cecily polson
  2. Great
    Posted by Patricia on 20/05/2019

    very enjoyable
    being my favorite actor Grigor Taylor
  3. Volume 3 of Matlock Police continues the action
    Posted by Robert on 19/04/2017

    This series continues to go from strength to strength. Very realistic characters on both sides of the law. I am looking forward to the rest of the series.

    now bring on volume 5 of The Box.... please (with sugar on top) :)
  4. Great
    Posted by Candida Waterford on 14/03/2017

    Really enjoyed the Matlock series, watched it years ago, and still enjoyed the series today
  5. Best Ever Cop Show
    Posted by Unknown on 14/03/2017

    Matlock Police has always been my favourite cop tv series since I was a teenager and when Matlock was filmed in the 70's. Never a cop series has bettered it. In watching it now on DVD, it reminds of the cars on the road we rarely see now.
  6. great show
    Posted by paul on 14/03/2017

    great show looking forward the the next instalment of dvds
    Posted by Anthony Crossley on 14/03/2017

    Here we go again with another Instalment from the popular
    MATLOCK POLICE series.
    The outings in Volume 3 are impressive, however my 3 favourite episodes would have to be 'The Cowhand', 'Violent Thursday'
    and 'Blow-ups Happen'.
    The last episode being particularly well written by David Boutland.
    The XR Falcon seen racing through the Streets, is a great Car even by todays standards.
    I enjoyed the Incidental Music heard in this episode.
    'Violent Thursday' is another firm favourite featuring the Tony Angelini character.
    Luigi Villani was a greatly under used Actor with bugger all Tv experience, however after doing odd Jobs for Crawfords, he graduated to parts requiring speech.
    The Tony Angelini character is a Gem, he tries very hard to get people to like him, fancies himself as a third Detective alongside Maddern and Curtis and never gets the Girl !.
    Luigi later turned up as the same Character in the RYAN tv series,
    still trying too hard and looking like a lost Puppy most of the time.
    Charging only $7.00 for a Tune-up, Tony's the best mate a man could have.
    I also like the locations where Matlock was filmed, there's the
    'Olinda Hotel' in 'Violent Thursday' and a very long stretch of Road
    can be seen somewhere in Lilydale during the same episode.
    The new VH Valiant Police vehicles can be seen along with the updated and improved opening Credits.
    There are 2 'bloopers' in 'Violent Thursday', however $10.00 says
    no-one can spot them.
    Matlock is starting to look more slicker and polished than the roughness of the early episodes.
    There also seems to be a stable of Actors that are reused in all the Crawford Cop shows.
    People who could be relied upon to give good performances.
    Matlock Police remains my favourite Cop show and I look forward to purchasing Volume 4 when it's eventually released.
  8. The best police series
    Posted by grant horne on 14/03/2017

    First started watching Matlock Police back in 2010 on WIN Channel. Was a night time episode so DVD recorded it at 2:30am Tuesday mornings. Was further into the serious when started watching it, was colour TV then. Discovered Paul Cronin in it and said I know that face from somewhere, the Sullivans. The series was on longer viewed in 2011,.although had retained a lot of the episodes. Then discovered it came on to DVD when had received a newsletter. So have stuck to watching the series of police drama.
  9. Great family viewing
    Posted by Sam on 14/03/2017

    Only recall the colour series of Matlock and not the earlier series.. All i can say is this is the most brilliant police series ever created. The hidden social commentary touches on every subject you can image. Great acting, great scripts, great characters. Australia as it was. A great look into how we once were.
  10. happy
    Posted by Unknown on 14/03/2017

    very happy
  11. Great TV police series
    Posted by Unknown on 14/03/2017

    Matlock Police was a great TV series. Great stories Plausible characters and old cars.
  12. Once again some fine drama and great Australian actors
    Posted by Tom King on 14/03/2017

    The third volume of Matlock Police is great Australian police drama with some of our great actors in their younger days.. Some really great scripts as well. Role on vol 4 with Tom Richards as Snr Det Constable Steve York

    As for Vic Gordon what a great all rounder as an actor - what a ledgend!!
  13. classic
    Posted by Tracey on 14/03/2017

    Yet another great instalment of this great vlassic

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