Great series of a cop riding in through the dandenongs Puffin Billy blewing a whistle and that great song that you cannot get out of your head Paul Cronin looks great in uniform
Great old show brings back memories from when I lived in the area
Posted by Ronald on 24/02/2020
A1 was a great old show.
Great mother's day gift
Posted by IAN on 27/05/2019
Arrived in excellent time.
Great for mothersday
Posted by leslie on 20/05/2019
a great old australian tv show it brings back so many memories of a time that we all can remember of the old town cop and how he handled his job in a small town
Posted by Kaz Angelique on 13/05/2019
Enjoyed it very much
Posted by vanessa on 22/01/2019
this cop show is a great walk down memory lane. Love the old cars and the decor in the houses. scenery is fab too ...the story lines all have a message ..Fab dvd
SOLO ONE is Number one
Posted by Colleen on 2/01/2018
great that is now available to watch and enjoy all over again. Many Memories and show what good country policing is all about.. added to my collection of great Crawfords works.
It's just called Solo One
Posted by Greg on 13/12/2017
Set in Emerald and making use of the iconic Puffing Billy stream train, Solo One kicks off with Mike Brady's penned theme music. Gary Hogan has moved from Matlock to the Dandenongs and practically runs the local cop shop. This is not the reason the show is called Solo One, The name is derived from his motor bike call sign. Gary gets to know all the locals and understands the lay and the law of the land. There are numerous scenes with Gary riding his Honda 750 around the lush landscape attending to farmers and the outsiders from the town. Some memorable guest stars including Alwyn Kurts and Terrence Donovan, respective Homicide and Division 4 alumni. I enjoyed watching this again. The episode with Donovan assisting Gary rescuing two boys who have come a cropper in a wild river is one of the best. Making a success of a 'spin off' series is not always easily achieved. I rate Solo One as a good show but not as engaging as the better known police shows of a similar ilk. The episodes, no more than 25 minutes duration sail by and perhaps this does not allow the plots to be developed in any complexity. I happily have this as a companion piece with my Matlock Police collection. It may be for completists only but I still recommend it as it is reasonably priced.
Posted by Annette on 19/11/2017
This brought back so many childhood memories for me,only wish there were more seasons.