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Sin of Innocence (1986)

TV-PG | | Drama | TV Movie 26 March 1986
When widower David marries divorcee Vicki, David's teenage son, Tim and Vicki's teenage daughter, Jenny become romantically involved. This makes David and Vicki VERY uncomfortable and ... See full summary »


Wally Dalton (story) (as Walter M. Dalton), Jerry McNeely (screenplay) | 2 more credits »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bill Bixby ... David / Husband
Dee Wallace ... Vicki / Wife (as Dee Wallace-Stone)
Megan Follows ... Jenny / Vicki's daughter
Dermot Mulroney ... Tim / David's son
James Naughton ... Andy / Vicki's ex-husband
Loren Peele Loren Peele ... Kyle Colleran
Darlene Wheatley Darlene Wheatley ... Tori
John Morrow John Morrow ... Damon
Cary Silver Cary Silver ... Brent
Jerry McNeely Jerry McNeely ... Judge
Stephen Coleman Stephen Coleman ... Starter
Jane Burns Jane Burns ... Airline Clerk
John Archie John Archie ... Wedding Guest
Sandra Patton Sandra Patton ... Wedding Guest
Barry Hober Barry Hober ... Wedding Guest


When widower David marries divorcee Vicki, David's teenage son, Tim and Vicki's teenage daughter, Jenny become romantically involved. This makes David and Vicki VERY uncomfortable and Vicki's ex-husband Andy furious. Written by Brian W Martz <B.Martz@Genie.com>

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When their parents got married they became instant stepbrother and stepsister. It didn't take much longer to become lovers.










Release Date:

26 March 1986 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Two Young People See more »

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1.33 : 1
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They filmed in the Biscayne Bay area of Miami. See more »


Tim: I need to ask you something
Vicki: Come on in, sit down
Tim: I have to see Jenny
David: Tim we promised Andy
Tim: We just need a little time alone together. You can trust us, I swear
David: Just for now it's better this way
Tim: Its not better for me though, it's not better at all. It hurts.
David: I believe that
Tim: Are you going to let me know when I've been punished enough
Vicki: This isn't about punishment Tim
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Several scenes not shown when aired on Lifetime television can be found in the original version, including a longer love scene between Megan Follows and Dermot Mulroney. See more »

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Exceptional Made-For-TV Movie
19 April 2014 | by utgard14See all my reviews

Surprisingly good TV movie that manages to tell a good story with some taboo subject matter without being exploitative. Bill Bixby plays a widower with a teenage son (Dermot Mulroney) who marries divorced Dee Wallace who has a teenage daughter (Megan Follows). Over time the son and daughter become close and eventually develop romantic feelings for one another. Uh-oh! This doesn't go over well with the parents or Wallace's ex-husband.

They don't seem to make quality TV movies anymore like they used to. The cast is great, with the always-reliable Bill Bixby and Dee Wallace doing good work as the conflicted parents who don't know what to do with a situation like this. A young Dermot Mulroney is impressive before he would go onto bigger things. Megan Follows is wonderful. She was my primary childhood crush and I still find her adorable today. Most of her success came when she was younger but she's still working today and still a very good actress. This is not an easy movie to find but, if you're lucky, you can find it online or perhaps on a premium cable channel late at night some time, which is the last time I saw it.

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