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Cary Maxwell is a private investigator and owner of Maxwell Unlimited. MU specializes in helping people find their lost loves. Each week Maxwell, along with Daisy Lloyd and Rita Hargrove, manage to help yet another heartbroken person reunite with someone from their past. Written by
I liked this show, and watched several episodes. Tony Franciosa was a wonderful actor in TV and in movies (he gave a riveting performance in "Across 110th Street"). He died in 2006. Also starring was Anne Jeffreys, who was in a wonderful sitcom in the '50's called "Topper". Dionne Warwicke sang the title song over the credits. Tony's character helped reunite clients with their "lost loves". This was very well-made, like several of Aaron Spelling's productions. Unfortunately, it didn't last too long. By the second part of its run, I noticed changes, in either cast or characters, and from there it went downhill. It was a shame, but "Finder of Lost Loves" was fun to watch for awhile.
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