Homicide

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Seven Network (ended 1977)

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Homicide

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Homicide was Australia's first major drama series, and the most influential by any measure. Based around murder cases investigated by the Homicide squad at Melbourne's Russell Street police headquarters, Homicide single-handedly established a viable TV drama industry in Australia. Over 11 years and 510 episodes, Homicide acheived massive ratings (peaking at an incredible 54 at one point), made household names of its stars, spawned two sister series- Division 4 and Matlock Police- on rival networks, and still outlived them both! In the twenty-two years since it was last broadcast (in afternoon re-runs), the series has become renowned for its frequent car chases, slightly shonky 1970's fashions, and occasionally stilted dialogue. Some of Australia's best-known actors, writers, and directors got their start on Homicide, and without it- and the successors it generated- Australian drama would be very, very different.
Charles "Bud" Tingwell

Charles "Bud" Tingwell

Detective Inspector Reg Lawson (1973 - 1975)

Dennis Grosvenor

Dennis Grosvenor

Senior Detective Mike Deegan (1974 - 1975)

Gary Day

Gary Day

Senior Detective Phillip Redford (1972 - 1975)

George Mallaby

George Mallaby

Detective / Senior Detective / Detective Sergeant Peter Barnes (1967 - 1973)

John Stanton

John Stanton

Detective / Senior Detective Pat Kelly (1973 - 1974)

Les Dayman

Les Dayman

Detective / Senior Detective Bill Hudson (1966 - 1968)

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