Where Love Has Gone (1964), Harlow (1965) in September

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Where Love Has Gone (1964)
September 28th
Olive Films
Retail $24.95, Our: $17.99
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Harlow (1965)
September 28th
Olive Films
Retail $24.95, Our: $17.99
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More is on the way from Olive Films with the today's announcement of two 60's dramas. First up is 1964's Where Love Has Gone starring Susan Hayward and Bette Davis. The second is 1965's bio-pic Harlow starring Carroll Baker.

Each DVD will retail for $24.95 each, but are available at ClassicFlix.com for only $17.99. Bonus features are not expected.

Where Love Has Gone (1964)
Based on Harold Robbins’ dexterously salacious bestselling novel, a young woman, Danny (Joey Heatherton) has murdered a man, who was the latest lover of her mother (Susan Hayward). Danny’s father, Luke Miller (Mike Connors) describes the events that led to the tragedy.

Bette Davis plays Danny’s domineering grandmother and Jane Greer plays her sympathetic probation officer. The stellar cast also includes DeForest Kelley (Star Trek), George Macready (Gilda), Anne Seymour and Anthony Caruso. Directed by Edward Dmytryk (The Carpetbaggers), Screenplay by John Michael Hayes (Peyton Place) and costumes by legendary designer Edith Head.

Harlow (1965)
Hollywood in 1928 is a land of milk and honey, magic and fantasy. Jean Harlow’s spectacularly controversial and tragic career begins with bit parts in movies while she’s living with her mother and opportunistic stepfather. When Hollywood agent, Arthur Landau (Red Buttons), spots her on a film set, he gets her a series of comedy roles and soon realizes he has a gold mine in Miss Harlow (Carroll Baker). She becomes an overnight sensation and critics hail her as the next great sex symbol.

This film documents the rise and fall of a true Hollywood Legend. Directed by Gordon Douglas, screenplay by John Michael Hayes (Peyton Place) and costumes by legendary designer Edith Head.

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