Tony Petersen, a married electrician and ex-footballer, goes to university to study English. Petersen is odd man out at the uni. He receives extracurricular help from his stuffy professor's... See full summary »
Standards grew over the years, and in it's last three years, Homicide was produced in colour and completely on film, and it had a slick, sophisticated, professional quality. The episodes moved quickly and with real meaning, often examining the social backgrounds of the crime. All aspects of the show's production, from the acting, direction, camera work, sound, music, editing and scripts were equal or superior to any contemporary programme - and most since. See more »
The show that spawned an entire series of Australian TV cops shows (Division 4, Matlock, Bluey) Homicide premiered as a black and white show filmed on flimsy sets with very little location filming and ended its days as a colour presentation with extensive location shooting. Just about every Australian actor of any note in the 70s and 80s got a start on Homicide.
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