Cinema: Reel-Life Scandal

Where Love Has Gone. "Somewhere along the line the world has lost all its standards and all its taste," snaps Bette Davis. But don't let her dictum fool you. Miss Davis is merely throwing in the opening ball for a few innings of big league smut scraped together from the bestselling novel by Harold Robbins (The Carpetbaggers).

This time, Robbins' story bears certain unmistakable but less than libelous resemblances to the real-life tragedy of 1958 in which Lana Turner's teen-age daughter, Cheryl, killed her mother's lover. Producer Joseph E. Levine has dressed it up...

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