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The Screen Guide

BLUE HEELERS is a crime series set in Mt Thomas, an Australian country town. The local police, led by Senior Sergeant Tom Croydon, solve crimes and deal with the emotional causes and effects of human behaviour.

Production Details

Crew
No crew details
Director
Various  Richard Frankland  Gary Conway  Judith John-Story  Paul Moloney  Alister Smart  Roger Hodgman  Denny Lawrence  Aarne Neeme  Deborah Niski  Geoffrey Nottage  George Ogilvie  Daina Reid  Kevin Carlin  Chris Martin-Jones  Simon Phillips  Graham Thorburn  Russell Burton  Richard Jasek  Steve Mann  Julian McSwiney  Karl Steinberg  Pino Amenta  Fiona Banks  Declan Eames  Raymond Quint  Richard Sarell  Esben Storm  Mark Callan  Kath Hayden  Mark Piper  Peter Sharp  Chris Langman  Jeffrey Walker  Chris Adshead  Grant Brown  Martin Sacks
Writers
John Banas  Chris Corbett  Bill Garner  Noel Maloney  Elizabeth Packett  Annie Beach  David Boutland  Shane Brennan  Anne Brooksbank  Cass Carter  Peter Dick  Patrick Edgeworth  Anthony Ellis  Peter Gawler  Emma Honey  David Phillips  Jennifer Rowe  Rex Styles  David Allen  Kathie Armstrong  Judith Colquhoun  Paul M. Davies  Roger Dunn  Rick Held  Stephen Measday  Tony Morphett  Craig Wilkins  Matthew Williams  Michael Winter  David Marsh  Beverly Evans  Jenny Lewis  Ysabelle Dean  Peter Hepworth  Michaeley O'Brien  Leon Saunders  David Worthington  Caroline Stanton  Alison Nisselle  Maureen Sherlock  Kath Haydn  Various  Susan Hore  Stuart Page  Kylie Needham  Samantha Winston  Ted Roberts
Producer
Riccardo Pellizzeri  John Hugginson  Robert Bruning  David Clarke  Peter Askew  Gus Howard
Executive Producers
Errol Sullivan  Hal McElroy  John Holmes  Des Monaghan
Cast
No cast details
Production Completion
2005
Genre
Action adventure, Crime
Production Company
Southern Star Entertainment Pty Ltd

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • TV Week
    (2006)
  • Australian Film Institute
    (2006)
  • TV Week
    (2005)
  • TV Week
    (2002)
  • TV Week
    (2001)
  • Australian Film Institute
    (2001)
  • TV Week
    (2000)
  • TV Week
    (1999)
  • TV Week
    (1998)
  • ATN Channel 7
    (1998)
  • Australian Cinematographers Society Vic
    (1998)
  • TV Week
    (1997)
  • AWGIE Awards
    (1997)
  • TV Week
    (1996)
  • Australian Teachers Of Media Inc
    (1996)
  • TV Week
    (1995)
  • ATN Channel 7
    (1994)

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