Magnum, P.I. (1980–1988)
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Let Me Hear the Music 

Magnum is hired by a country and western singer who is looking for five songs written by his friend 30-years-ago.

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Billy Cockrell - Present Day
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Lacy Fletcher - Present Day
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George Lee Jessup (as Robby Weaver)
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Lacy Fletcher - 1954 Country Singer (as Rustin Weaver)
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A man who's a close friend and band member of a legendary country singer who died 30 years ago, hires Magnum to locate the woman whom the singer fell for when he was in Hawaii before he died and wrote 5 songs for. He believes the songs could be worth millions and that she has them but he doesn't have any tangible proof. So they try to find the woman but he fears that another former band member is trying to find the songs too. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Bittersweet episode
25 August 2013 | by (Perry, NY United States) – See all my reviews

An episode with an interesting Hank Williams-inspired flashback opening, about a country back-up singer trying to track down some songs written by his dead star friend 30-odd years before. Good music, good performances, especially by guest star Dennis Weaver, make the story flow. The plot has some twists, some of them a bit easy to see coming, but they don't detract from the tale. The various character actors are believable and interesting. The music, from Higgins' string quartet to a country bar singer to Dennis Weaver, makes a good theme under the story.

Overall, a good entry in the series.


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