Well written, talented actors, vintage seventies clothes and cars, that memorable theme. Wonderful trip down memory lane. Just bought vol 2, can't wait to add more to my collection!! (Posted on 7/09/2017)
Currently watching Cop Shop and loving it. Classic australian tv. Even though made in 1977 it's still great viewing, bring on more volumes. Hopefully Crawfords release Skyways, one of my favourite Aussie to shows. (Posted on 26/06/2017)
The Crawford dvd collection just keeps getting bigger and better. Thank You Crawfords for allowing us fans of your sensational shows to own their own copies of Australian history.
With the release of Cop Shop Volume 1, old and new fans can get to enjoy this great classic over and over again...So many great actors, so many great story-lines and so many great memories!
Eagerly waiting the release of Volume 2 in July..
Also hoping that Crawfords will also release Skyways and Holiday Island in the near future as well!
Thank you again Crawfords...Keep up the great work! (Posted on 17/06/2017)
It's so great to see such great 70's nostalgia FOR THE FIRST TIME! Back then we only received Northern Tasmania TV and Cop Shop was on only screened in Southern Tasmania and reception wasn't possible. I have never seen this show so I am REALLY enjoying every bit of it. You can see a "Pat the Rat" slowly emerging in a young Patricia Wallace and the lifestyle of the 70's brings back so many memories in just the little things of more simpler times. I'm soo looking forward to Volume 2 (Posted on 16/06/2017)
Another great classic Aussie cop show from the 70's. looking forward to volume 2 coming out as there's nothing good on TVs at the moment. Winter in Melbourne watching Cop shop and Matlock Police. Thanks Crawfords (Posted on 12/06/2017)
Excellent move by Crawford's to release Cop Shop on DVD, A top notch cast with George Mallaby (Glen Taylor), Peter Adams (double J) and Gil Tucker as Roy Baker to name a few. A great snap shot of Melbourne as it was in late 1977- early 1978. The streets, shop fronts, the cars, the fashions and the attitudes that prevailed, some of which would not be politically correct today. Highly entertaining. The stormy relationship between JJ and Valerie, Tony Bonner's character Don McKenna's ongoing tussle with his manipulative wife, played by Louise Pajo and Snr Sgt O'Reilly's continued exasperation running the manic front desk of the uniformed branch. Baker's appearance later in these episodes only makes his job more challenging. I eagerly await the next volume. (Posted on 4/06/2017)
I've been waiting for Cop Shop to be released for so long. Thank you so much and please release the entire series, as this was the best cop show Australia ever produced. It contained the who's who of aussie tv in the 70s and 80s. Can't wait for Volume 2 to be released. If you have never seen it, do yourself a favour and get a copy. Worth every cent. (Posted on 1/06/2017)
I'm thrilled that COP SHOP is at last available! The nostalgia of the late 1970's is fabulous. I watched reruns in 1995 and have been patiently waiting since then! Please, bring on the next volumes! It's still highly addictive. (Posted on 27/05/2017)
My whole family were thilled when we discovered the first volume of Cop Shop was released on DVD and hopefully there will be more to follow in the future. This was a favourite in our house which we can watch together all over again. (Posted on 17/05/2017)
I love everything about Cop Shop including the storylines and the drama and action and the characters. Its a excellent written show and my personal all time favourite Crawfords police show. I am very keen to have Volume 2 already so when will it be released Crawfords? (Posted on 16/05/2017)
Just received the first (and hopefully first of many instalments) of Cop Shop. This was part of a classic era in Australian TV and boasted many well known faces and up and coming actors who became household names in the '80s. The first 26 episodes have been crammed onto 7 DVDs and as we speak, I am up to disc 5 and loving it. Bring on the next one please! (Posted on 15/05/2017)