Bluey (1976–1977)

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Lucky Grills ...
 Det. Sgt. Bluey Hills (39 episodes, 1976-1977)
Gerda Nicolson ...
 Sgt. Monica Rourke (39 episodes, 1976-1977)
John Diedrich ...
 Det. Gary Dawson (39 episodes, 1976-1977)
Ken Goodlet ...
 Assistant Commissioner (24 episodes, 1976-1977)
Terry Gill ...
 Det. Sgt. Reg Truscott (21 episodes, 1976-1977)
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2 August 1976 (Australia)  »

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L'ispettore Bluey  »

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(38 episodes) | (pilot)

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Originally planned as a starring vehicle for John Ewart. When he became unavailable, he was replaced by Lucky Grills See more »

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Referenced in Bad Eggs (2003) See more »

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The Bluey Detective
20 March 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Bluey was shown late night on British television. It was still a time when Australian soaps did not populate the daytime schedules. So an Australian cop show in the late 1970s was rather novel where as before you were left with Skippy the Kangaroo as the nearest thing to crime solving.

The show focused on detective 'Bluey' Hills played by Lucky Grills. Bluey smoke, drank and was very fat. He was also used to using brute force on criminals. I reckon the show was inspired in parts by British shows like The Sweeney and also American shows like Cannon.

Bluey was set in Melbourne and he and his team would use unconventional methods to solve cases. It was an enjoyable late night show.


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