Matlock Police - Volume 6

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EPISODES 131 - 156

In Volume 6, Snr. Det. York is accused of unprofessional conduct for a fatal shooting when off duty, Matlock is visited by a UFO, Snr. Const. Hogan apparently disappears into thin air and youths unwittingly steal a phial containing a deadly specimen of meningitis.


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

Customer Reviews

Volume 6 goes from strength to strength Review by Robert
The show has been going from strength to strength. I am now up to episode #134 and I think that Crawford's has now managed to work in the entire original cast of "The Box" into at least one episode. Closing credits are now updated so that the cast and production crew credits roll up the screen. Looking forward to watching more of Matlock Police and of course my quarterly plug for volume 5 of The Box (Posted on 26/09/2017)
Good on you Tom! Review by Kym
Nice to see your post Tom - these Matlock DVDs are obviously bringing another round of enjoyment to us viewers and having a cast member contribute to this forum is very pleasing. I think watching these episodes again has brought back happy memories of being with the family around the telly egging on the good guys and berating all the villains. And - of course - we all had serious car envy!
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
Great Australia Drama Review by Tom Richards
Actually I like the show because I was a cast member.
Hear great feedback from England
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
Country Hospitality and Wheelchair bound lunatics come to Matkock. Review by Tony Crossley
Volume 6 of Matlock Police is the most interesting release to date.
The look of the show is improving, however we are still being subjected to drab Black and White, but not for much longer, as colour is'nt far off.
The most memorable episode is 'Poppy and the Closet Junkie', written by the American Writer Everette De Roche.
The episode is haunting and even though the opening scenes are overdone, the interplay between real time and past events is well documented.
We get a glimpse of what happened to Luke Reed and how he got addicted to Morphine.
'Poppy and the Closet Junkie' is totally Harold Hopkin's episode
and he knows it, playing the embattled Reed to the hilt.
The tension between Luke's brother and his wife and Luke's manipulation of them is well explored.
Another personal favourite is 'Country Hospitality', one of the first experimental episodes where the action takes place leading up to the theme music.
Earlier episodes had the Music first, then the action.
"Country Hospitality' shines because it's a character driven episode.
Keith Kay is hilarious as Harold, however his constant swatting of imaginary Flies is annoying.
Walter Pym as Elliot Barker is a stand-out.
The actor was in his early 70's and perfectly cast as an oddball living a strange lifestyle in the never never with his sons.
The Actor who played Billy excelled himself as one of Elliot's retarded sons.
The character is annoying, however it's easy to feel sorry for him.
Actress Sandy Gore is miscast as Evelyn, as she's too young and attractive to be living a Pension lifestyle in the Bush.
Serge Lazereff is menacing as Elliot's Psycho son, Arnie and is completely unlikeable.
The episode states the area is called 'Chinaman's Creek', however the wording on the Slick says 'Arthur's Creek'.
Tom Farley's portrayal of 'Holy Joe'
(..'Don't bother looking for his Halo, he lopped it off years ago'....
says Gary Hogan)
is one of his typical old Codger roles he got stuck with, despite being articulate and well educated in real life.
'Country Hospitality' is a character driven and effective episode on many levels.
Volume 6 of Matlock Police has a lot going for it and I will continue purchasing further episodes as they are released.
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
Crawfords.....the best of the best. Review by Carol
I'm absolutely hooked on all of Crawford's shows.......especially the Police ones. I can't get enough of them. Please keep them coming.
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
Loving it Review by Mike Terry
Im enjoying every one of the crawfords police shows. I can't believe Matlock in colour is almost among us after this volume. Looking forward to more :)
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
Matlock Police vol 6 Review by Christine
Still loving this series grew up watching MP looking forward to Solo One coming to DVD.
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
Still enjoying Review by Tracey
Still loving this series about country life in 70's Victoria, if you love nostalgia and clever policing before lots of science and country characters this one is for you.
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
vol6 Review by paul
another great edition of dvds from this great tv show
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
many memories Review by Colleen Lawson
glad now have season 6 of Matlock Police. I grew up with this show so it is like welcoming an old friend into my home
(Posted on 15/03/2017)
Matlock Vol 6 Review by Jennifer Shea
Absolutely brilliant, enjoying every minute of it.
(Posted on 15/03/2017)

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