Where Love Has Gone

Where Love Has Gone

Director: Edward Dmytryk Cast: Susan Hayward, Bette Davis, Michael Connors

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/28/2010
UPC: 0887090025706
Original Release: 1964
Rating: NR
Source: Olive Films
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Mono]
Time: 1:51:00
Sales rank: 20,247

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Susan Hayward Valerie Hayden Miller
Bette Davis Mrs. Gerald Hayden
Michael Connors Major Luke Miller
Joey Heatherton Danielle Valerie "Dani" Miller
Jane Greer Marian Spicer
DeForest Kelley Sam Corwin
George Macready Gordon Harris
Anne Seymour Dr. Sally Jennings
Willis B. Bouchey Judge Murphy
Walter Reed George Babson
Ann Doran Mrs. Geraghty
Bartlett Robinson Mr. Coleman
Whit Bissell Prof. Bell
Anthony Caruso Rafael
Colin Kenny Actor
Howard Wendell Actor
Jack Greening Actor

Technical Credits
Edward Dmytryk Director
Frank Bracht Editor
Sammy Cahn Songwriter
Sam Comer Set Decoration/Design
John Michael Hayes Screenwriter
Edith Head Costumes/Costume Designer
Gene Hibbs Makeup
Jack Jones Makeup
Arthur Krams Set Decoration/Design
Paul K. Lerpae Special Effects
Joseph E. Levine Producer
Joe MacDonald Cinematographer
Hal Pereira Art Director
Walter Scharf Score Composer
Walter Tyler Art Director
James VanHeusen Score Composer,Songwriter
Wally Westmore Makeup

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Where Love Has Gone
1. Opening [:16]
2. Daddy's Little Girl [12:14]
3. Boy Meets Girl [11:36]
4. Happily Married [12:01]
5. Your Cheating Heart [21:58]
6. The Letters [22:42]
7. A Proposal [14:23]
8. The Trial [5:56]

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Where Love Has Gone 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
McCullough More than 1 year ago
Okay, this is not the best written film of all time, and if you're a Bette Davis fan, this is not her best work. BUT, if you're a Susan Hayward fan, this film is a MUST HAVE! She is fabulous, as always, In addition, the film is visually appealing (the height of 1960's style) and it has a great theme song and music. This film was unavailable for so many years that seeing it now in wide screen DVD is like being able to open a time capsule to see what's inside. This capsule doesn't contain a Van Gogh or a Faberge egg, but it does contain a very nice strand of pearls . . .