Blue Heelers (1994–2006)

TV Series   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama

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Blue Heelers (1994) Poster

The series primarily focuses on the daily lives of Victorian police officers working at a police station in the fictional small town of Mount Thomas.


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Hal McElroy, Tony Morphett

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6 April 2006 | TPearcey
Blue Heelers
I love the show Blue Heelers and it is a shame that it has to come to an end after so many years. Why does the series have to end it is such a good series. I like Constaple Jo the best so it was annoying when she had to dye. All the actors play their characters really well except Sarget Jacobs who was a bit comical for his part. Jossepi and Kelly are really good beguines with the series. Most of the plots for the episodes are really good and they capture my attention all the time which is another reason why I watch the series. The setting of Mt. St. Thomas is a really nice place for the shooting the show. It is a lovely place. The Title of Blue Heelers is a good one for the show and suites the show.

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Three actors featured in guest parts playing different characters before landing permanent roles in the show as new police officers stationed at Mount Thomas, being Tasma Walton (Dash McKinley), Jane Allsop (Jo Parrish) and Samantha Tolj (Kelly O'Rourke). Similarly, many actors also appeared early in the series in one-off guest appearances before later returning as recurring characters for many years. These included Peta Doodson as Sgt./Snr. Sgt./Insp. Monica Draper, Marcus Eyre as Homicide Det. Sgt. Paul Donald, Jeremy Kewley as local newspaper reporter Tony Timms, Terry Serio as Det. Sgt. Mick Doyle, Marie Trevor as Leila Clegg, Gerard Kennedy as mechanic Sal D'Angelo, Don Bridges as plumber Charlie Clarke, Tony Rickards as local schemer Alan 'Compo' Hayes, Debra Lawrance as Rev. Grace Curtis, and Suzi Dougherty as Dr. Mel Carter - all originally appeared as totally different characters before securing these ongoing roles.


Constable Evan 'Jonesy' Jones: Hey, you're talking about a friend of mine!
Sr. Sgt. Tom Croydon: Then I suggest in future you pick your friends more carefully.
Constable Evan 'Jonesy' Jones: Who my friends are is none of your business!
Sr. Sgt. Tom Croydon: While you're working for me, they most certainly are, and don't you forget it!


Throughout the series, Mount Thomas is shown to have at least three major supermarkets (and several smaller), multiple banks, service stations, hardware stores and at least ten pubs, but whenever someone calls the station to report a crime the answering officer will always tell Tom or a colleague (with extremely rare exceptions) that an incident has occurred/is in progress "down at the pub/at the supermarket/the bank/the servo", etc., without ever specifying exactly which one, but the other officer magically automatically knows before responding.

Alternate Versions

When shown in the U.K., many of the ITV regions do, or have at some stage, edited the episodes, originally hour-long, into two-part stories, half hour each half.


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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery | Romance | Thriller

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