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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
This failed series only lasted a couple of months, if I remember correctly. It was somewhat of a companion piece to "The Love Boat". A detective and his assistant took on cases concerning love. The cases were exactly like the title said--people looking for old flames, hoping to rekindle lost romances. I believe this was also one of the many shows that Aaron Spelling produced. Finders Of Lost Loves was a bland show; the best thing about it was the title song sung by Dionne Warwicke(the version played on the radio was a duet between Ms. Warwicke and Glenn Jones).
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