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Where Love Has Gone (2-Nov-1964)

Director: Edward Dmytryk

Writer: John Michael Hayes

From novel: Where Love Has Gone by Harold Robbins

Music Scored and Conducted by: Walter Scharf

Producer: Joseph E. Levine

Keywords: Drama, Roman Clef

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Whit Bissell
Actor
25-Oct-1909 5-Mar-1996 The Time Tunnel
Willis Bouchey
Actor
24-May-1907 27-Sep-1977 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Anthony Caruso
Actor
7-Apr-1916 4-Apr-2003 American character actor
Mike Connors
Actor
15-Aug-1925   Mannix
Bette Davis
Actor
5-Apr-1908 6-Oct-1989 All About Eve
Ann Doran
Actor
28-Jul-1911 19-Sep-2000 Rio Grande
Jane Greer
Actor
9-Sep-1924 24-Aug-2001 Out of the Past
Susan Hayward
Actor
30-Jun-1918 14-Mar-1975 I Want to Live!
Joey Heatherton
Actor
14-Sep-1944   1960s sex kitten
DeForest Kelley
Actor
20-Jan-1920 11-Jun-1999 Dr. McCoy on Star Trek
George Macready
Actor
29-Aug-1908 2-Jul-1973 Paths of Glory
Anne Seymour
Actor
11-Sep-1909 8-Dec-1988 Character actress

CAST

Susan Hayward   ...   Valerie Hayden Miller
Bette Davis   ...   Mrs. Gerald Hayden
Mike Connors   ...   Maj. Luke Miller
Co-Starring
Joey Heatherton   ...   Danielle Valerie Miller
Jane Greer   ...   Marian Spicer
With
DeForest Kelley   ...   Sam Corwin
George Macready   ...   Gordon Harris
Anne Seymour   ...   Dr. Sally Jennings
Willis Bouchey   ...   Judge Murphy
Walter Reed   ...   George Babson
Ann Doran   ...   Mrs. Geraghty
Bartlett Robinson   ...   Coleman
Whit Bissell   ...   Prof. Bell
Anthony Caruso   ...   Rafael

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