Awesome great memories
Posted by Jason on 22/06/2021
Matlock Police Series.
Posted by Merlene on 22/02/2021
Love this series.
We have the full set now and enjoy it very much.
Posted by Craig on 24/02/2020
It's great it took me way back in time so I ordered more and the service from the staff was great thanks
Posted by Trevor on 11/02/2020
the best cop show ever
Posted by vanessa on 22/01/2019
I am over the moon with the release of this amazing show I grew up watching. An added bonus is being able to perve on the spunky Grigor Taylor too ! Can't get enough of this top show..everything about it is wonderful
Posted by Bruce on 14/09/2018
Great memories growing up with Crawfords shows.. they set the tone for everyone else.
... but at $60 per season, sadly they will only remain memories.
Just as good today..
Posted by Marilyn on 4/08/2018
Really loving seeing Matclock Police again; had forgotten how great the acting and storylines were..... all 3 copshows were beyond excellent, all with their unique attributes. Matlock I always considered more "family" viewing... anway, I am just loving viewing these DVDs. Big thanks to Crawfords!!
Love this show
Posted by Susannah on 10/07/2017
One of my favorite shows always remember hearing the theme music come on and running to watch it with Mum and Dad. so happy it has finally come out on DVD can't wait for the next volume : )
Definately a 5-star Release, this one!
Posted by James on 2/03/2017
Great to see Matlock Police released on DVD, a sort of country version of Division 4 on a smaller scale. And like Division 4 it covers a wide range of crimes from traffic offences to murder, with some country type crime thrown in. Just as Division 4 has some great visuals of late-60s/early-70s suburbia, Matlock has a similar feel except with a rural or semi-rural feel of pretty much the same era.
Like the other Crawford cop shows that preceeded it, one of it's strengths lie in the cast. Michael Pate, who thanks to his previous film and radio career and long stint in America was arguably the best known (or famous) of all the Crawford Cops, with that great voice (second only to Leonard Teale in my opinion) that you could listen to all day. Followed by newcomers Grigor Taylor and Paul Cronin who both went on to successful careers, at least in the 70s. Although after being a fairly constant presence on TV in the 70s, Grigor Taylor unfortunately seemed to fade into obscurity after the end of the decade, whereas Paul Cronin mainly due to The Sullivans of course, lived on. And rounding out the regular cast was the always watchable Vic Gordon.
Then of course there was the usual who's-who of the Australian acting industry (at the time) in various guest roles and finally the great theme music, which whilst only so-called "library" music, was my favourite theme of all, particularly when "married" to the opening and closing visuals.