Classic Aussie drama. Great to look back at a better life then Posted by David on 25/09/2017
It should be a requirement to get an Australian passport to have seen these shows when they were released, understood the era and appreciate that life was so much simpler back then.
Vale true unadulterated Australian talent
Nostalgia trip Posted by Mary Ebbott on 22/02/2017
We are really enjoying our homicide Vol 9 DVD as it brings back such great memories when we were kids. As we live in Frankston where some of this vol is filmed it is especially nostalgic having a look ate what Frankston and the peninsula used to look like. Would like to have box set as the single series are so expensive to buy separately.
Australian Drama Good Ol Days Posted by Andrew Brockwell on 22/02/2017
It is great to relive the days of Australian Police Drama. It is something that no longer exists which I believe is very sad for this generation
Second best police series Posted by grant horne on 22/02/2017
Yes a great series. Noticed that Norman Yemm comes into the volume in the 3Rd episode and retires in volume 13 before the last disc of the volume. I've ordered Homicide volumes at random, the ones that feature Norman Yemm , still volume 10 and 11 haven't watched with him. New him so well watching the Sullivans. Still my favorite Police Show is Matlock Police, almost watched all of volume 6. Will keep eye out when next volume available. Also ordered a Division 4, for the first time ever watched, volume 1 start of series to see what to make of it, seems good to watch too, will give it a bit longer and see.
DVD sequence out of sequence Posted by peter broughan on 22/02/2017
Great show,only problem was that disc 1 Episode 1 started with Norman Yemm as new Detective but this episode should have been later .Other than that ,they are great shows.
Volume 9 disc 1 starts with episode 209 - The main cast being Alwyn Kurts, Leonard Teale, Lionel Long and George Mallaby. In episode 211 Lionel Long is replaced by Norman Yemm. The episodes appear in the correct order on the DVD so Norman Yemm doesn't appear until the 3rd episode on disc 1.
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great Posted by Unknown on 22/02/2017
great aussie viewing
Homicide an Australian legend Posted by Unknown on 22/02/2017
Wow, I remember when Norman Yemm first appeared in the Homicide series. The producers wanted to a character with a tough persona and and I think he delivered. Overall a very enjoyable series.