Brings back those memories
Posted by Jon on 27/05/2019
Gone but not forgotton! Thanks to Crawfords for releasing their DVD's.
Posted by Elaine on 27/05/2019
Like watching homicide
Posted by Doreen on 21/05/2019
I have the whole set. great viewing, brought back memories.
Wish there were more to come...
Posted by Chris on 13/05/2019
The final volume, sadly - contains some of the very best episodes produced. By this time, the program was a well-oiled machine, and the quality was consistently high - these episodes are still some of the best Australian TV drama ever produced.
awsome, i wish crawfords would release all of their library, the good and the not so good. Crawfords are like a time capsule of australian life.
Posted by George on 13/05/2019
Posted by JAMES on 8/07/2018
I really enjoyed this volume and so I am purchasing the set going backwards and it has been absolutely fantastic watching these episodes of homicide.
Arguably the best. That's how I sum up Homicide 1964-1976
Posted by Alex on 30/12/2017
Homicide Volume 20 - final in the series has to be the best yet. In 1976 Homicide aired several well-scripted episodes during it's last year on the Seven Network. This was quite remarkable when Homicide was the last of the 'big three' Crawford police dramas still on air in prime time TV not long after Division 4 and Matlock Police had
recently been axed.
So many great episodes in this series including "Double Take", "On The Run", "Bunny", "Third Generation" and "Leader of the Pack" (both 90 minutes long), "Shark Pack", "The Accident", "Gone Fishing" and the ultimate one "The Last Task" with Leonard Teale reprising his role as Sgt. Mackay.
Now that Homicide has concluded, we now move upward into the Cop Shop era of the late 1970s.
Again, Crawfords thank you for so many great memories from yesteryear.
Posted by todd on 25/10/2017
final instalment of this classic show after viewing the full show again after many years and watching many fine aussie actors and written buy excellent story writers this show will allways remain an icon in Australian television history THANK YOU CRAWFORDS