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Ultimate Betrayal (1994)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 20 March 1994
This is based on a true story about two sisters who sue their father for incest and child abuse. As the story unfolds, it is revealed that the father severely abused all six children, and ... See full summary »

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Adult Sharon Rodgers
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Adult Susan Rodgers
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Sarah McNeil
Kathryn Dowling ...
Adult Beth Rodgers
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Ed Rodgers
Donna Goodhand ...
Dana Quinn
David B. Nichols ...
Pat
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Karla
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Wayne (as Justin Louis)
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Susan age 15-19
Bret Pearson ...
Dave
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Helen Rodgers
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Adult Mary Rodgers
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Adult Steven Rodgers
John David Wood ...
Young Steven
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This is based on a true story about two sisters who sue their father for incest and child abuse. As the story unfolds, it is revealed that the father severely abused all six children, and committed incest with all four of his daughters. The two sons received the worst of the physical abuse. The mother stood haplessly by and allowed her husband to control the family through his methods of "discipline". The movie includes graphic descriptions and scenes of the abuse which are disturbing. Written by Anonymous

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20 March 1994 (USA)  »

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Abuso Sexual  »

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In reality, there was actually 7 children, whereas there is only 6 portrayed in the movie. See more »

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It was Okay....
18 May 2000 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

This movie was all right for television standards. Not really remarkable, but certainly not horrible. I'm addicted to made-for-TV flicks, so this was just another notch on my proverbial post. I happened upon it while up at 2AM, sick as a dog. Maybe I'm weird, but I did not think that it was particularly frank or moving. It was average. Marlo Thomas was not believable at all, and parts were almost laughable. But I digress, I didn't hate this. I just felt that the whole production was only so-so. Bliss, a real movie, was much better at telling a story of childhood sexual abuse. I want to note that I understand there are certain limitations about what you can and can't do on TV, but I know that this could have been better.


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