The working-class twin sister of a callous, wealthy woman impulsively murders her out of revenge and assumes her identity. But impersonating her dead twin is more complicated and risky than she anticipated.
Rosa Moline is bored with life in a small town. She loves Chicago industrialist Neil Latimer who has a hunting lodge nearby. Rosa squeezes her husband's patients to pay their bills so she ... See full summary »
Spinster poetess Susan Grieve lives in a Manhattan apartment where naval hero Slick Novak comes with her for a nightcap. Next morning they visit her Connecticut farm where Novak tells her ... See full summary »
While waiting on a delayed flight, David Trask, who has left his unfaithful wife, meets three of his fellow passengers. When the aircraft crashes, he is one of few survivors, and sets out to resolve their unfinished business.
After his teenage daughter Danny is arrested for the murder of his ex-wife's current lover, Luke Miller recalls his marriage to Valerie Hayden and the subsequent events which led to the tragedy. The lurid story seems to have been suggested by the real-life Lana Turner/Johnny Stompanato/Cheryl Crane murder scandal of six years earlier when Lana's daughter Cheryl stabbed her mother's boyfriend (Stompanato) to death in the bedroom of Lana's Beverly Hills home. Written by
From the blistering best-seller! From the team that brought you 'The Carpetbaggers'! The explosive story of the violent world where a mother and her teenage daughter compete for the same lover...WHERE LOVE HAS GONE goes where no motion picture has ever dared go before! See more »
At the last minute, the producers wanted to add a scene where Bette Davis' character goes insane and commits suicide. Davis resisted, saying it was out of character for the role. The producers attempted to sue her but Davis won the case. See more »
During lengthy flashback sequence taking place 20 years earlier, none of the three leading characters look any younger than they do in present-day story set in 1964 nor do their Edith Head designed clothes or hairstyles reflect styles of two decades in the past. See more »
"When You're Dying Of Thirst...You'll Drink From A Mudhole!" - Valerie Hayden-Miller
This film wanted to cash in on the Lana Turner scandal involving her
daughter murdering her boyfriend. Susan Hayward (somewhat of a hambone,
but still great!) plays a San Francisco sculptor (with a thick Brooklyn
accent) who's work is good only when she's sexually promiscuous. Bette
Davis (just 10 years older than Hayward) plays Hayward's domineering,
buttinsky mother. She's got a pot belly & wears a "white" George
Washington wig that starts turning green as the film progresses. Mike
("Mannix") Connors plays Hayward's boozehound husband who wears more
makeup than Hayward & Davis combined (it's disturbing because he looks
like a corpse)! Joey Heatherton (20 at the time) plays the murdering
"15" year old daughter of Hayward & Connors. She plays the part
squinty-eyed, whiney, & child-like one minute, & sassy with a
smart-mouth the next while smoking. This is an annoying, unlikable
character! Part of the film is told in flashback, yet there's no
difference anywhere to be seen from 15 years prior, or the present.
Absolutely nothing changes, clothes, hair styles, the sets, etc. This
is a great film for Susan Hayward & Bette Davis fans, & soap opera
lovers, but I doubt anyone else can sit through this.
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