MacGyver

The Lost Amadeus

Season 5, Ep 18, Aired 3/19/90
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  • Episode Description
  • A strange young woman gets MacGyver involved with a priceless violin and an eccentric maestro being sought by crooks.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Herb Edelman

    Arnold Tubbs

  • Milton Selzer

    Itzak "Izzy" Zimmer

  • Robin Mossley

    Wilt Bozer

  • Denis Simpson

    Ginko

  • Joe Maffei

    Customs Inspector

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Something about this episode (and it was more than just Lulu) annoyed me.

    By mark_28, May 11, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • Wilt Bozer: Man, I'm so hungry I could almost eat health food.

    • Lulu: By the way, I'm Lulu. MacGyver: MacGyver. Lulu: What's your first name? MacGyver: My friends just call me MacGyver. Lulu: That bad, huh?

    • Lulu: How old are you? MacGyver: Thirty-nine. Lulu: Thirty-nine and you've never been married. MacGyver: So? Lulu: So... that tells me one of two things. Either you've got a fear of commitment or you've got a fear of commitment.

    • MacGyver: Maybe you stole the wrong thing. Lulu: I resent that. I have never stolen the wrong thing. MacGyver: That's reassuring.

    • Wilt Bozer: That's your problem, MacGyver. Not enough excitement in your life.

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    Notes (4)

    • Though credited, Dana Elcar does not appear in this episode.

    • Shopping mall scenes were filmed at the Pacific Centre in Vancouver, BC.

    • The German episode title is "Von Geigen und Ganoven", meaning "Of Violins and Hoodlums". The Italian episode title is "Lo stradivario perduto", meaning "The Lost Stradivarius".

    • William H. Angarola, Barbara Issak, Miguel Rivera, George Nemzer, Guy Tsujimoto, David Long, and Steve Danforth were nominated for Emmys in the Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series category for their work on this episode.

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