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(1955–1976)

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Spun-off from 

The Blue Lamp (1950)

Referenced in 

Hancock's Half Hour: The Lawyer: The Crown v James S. (1957) (TV Episode)
Hancock says he's seen every episode.
Hancock's Half Hour: How to Win Money and Influence People (1957) (TV Episode)
"You're wasted on this beat really, aren't you? You ought to be down at Dock Green!" Hancock tells a policeman.
Pardon the Expression: January Sale (1966) (TV Episode)
Referenced by title
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Episode #1.4 (1988) (TV Episode)
Referenced by name
Nightingales: Moonlight Becomes You (1990) (TV Episode)
Sarge gives a Dixon style summing up at the end of the episode and even ends it with "Evenin' all"
Bernard and the Genie (1991) (TV Movie)
Midsomer Murders: Written in Blood (1998) (TV Episode)
When Brian Clapper is admonishing his wife not to tell the police he was out at night (when he'd indicated he was home in bed) he describes Barnaby and Troy as "Dixon of Dock Green and his fascist sidekick."
Hippies: Disgusting Hippies (1999) (TV Episode)
Ray says he doesn't think real jail could be as bad as it on "Dixon of Dock Green".
The Office: New Girl (2001) (TV Episode)
David references the program when he says "Who am I, then, Dixon of Dock Green?"
ReBoot: What's Love Got to Do with It? (2001) (TV Episode)
Bob's partner is named "Dixon Green".
The Curse of Steptoe (2008) (TV Movie)
Mentioned by BBC producer
How TV Changed Britain: Cops (2008) (TV Episode)
Referenced by name
The Real 'Life on Mars'! (2008) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name

Featured in 

Sam: Bonfire Night (1975) (TV Episode)
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How TV Changed Britain: Cops (2008) (TV Episode)
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The Real 'Life on Mars'! (2008) (TV Movie)
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Unforgettable: The Sweeney (2012) (TV Movie)
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