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WHERE LOVE HAS GONE

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WHERE LOVE HAS GONE Susan Hayward, Bette Davis (1964, Paramount, unrated, $14.95) Based loosely on the Lana Turner-Johnny Stampanato case (in which Turner’s daughter, Cheryl Crane, was tried for and acquitted of murdering her mother’s lover), this adaptation of an early Harold Robbins potboiler is tawdry fun. Hayward plays the wayward socialite-sculptress-mommy, Joey Heatherton does her delinquent pussycat routine as the daughter, and Davis steals the show as the grandmama who’s just not having any of this nonsense. Camp quotient aside, this movie is about as well constructed as a $5 shirt. C