In this detective series, Walter Tatum, a qualified, independent, self-made private investigator in Miami with a small staff, gets stuck with Gwen Cross, a spoiled but intelligent rich girl... See full summary »
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 Walter Tatum / ... (13 episodes, 1993)
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 Gwen Cross (13 episodes, 1993)
Agustin Rodriguez ...
 Tito Savon (11 episodes, 1993)
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 Billie Wilson (10 episodes, 1993)
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 Barnes (5 episodes, 1993)
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In this detective series, Walter Tatum, a qualified, independent, self-made private investigator in Miami with a small staff, gets stuck with Gwen Cross, a spoiled but intelligent rich girl, first as a case, then as his partner in countless investigations. She makes both his private and professional life a lot more difficult, but also more interesting, so gradually they sort of grow toward each-other according to the complementary principle 'opposites attract' and always get the job done, for their clients and/or for justice. Written by KGF Vissers

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15 September 1993 (USA)  »

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Do the Strand  »

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Writers Glen Morgan and James Wong were originally tapped to write for this series. After viewing the pilot, they declined and instead joined the writing staff for The X-Files. See more »

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Walter: Sometimes men drink to forget.
Gwen: Why do you drink?
Walter: I don't remember.
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A Wonderful Short-lived Series
29 March 1999 | by (Chico, CA) – See all my reviews

Moon over Miami was a very cute show. Bill Campbell played Walter Tatum, a detective. Ally Walker played Gwen, a girl who escaped from her own wedding by jumping off of a boat and swimming to shore. Walter was put on the case to find her, which he did, and later agreed to hire her as his receptionist. Gwen always wanted to help solve a case, which began some sexual tension between she and Walter that lasted until the show ended. It brought about memories of David and Maddie (Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepard) on Moonlighting. If it ever appears in reruns, give it a chance.


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