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The Final Sin (1977)

A man returns from war as a paraplegic and grows bitter. Years later, now old eccentric and rich, he decides to play a bizarre psycho-sexual game with his wife, daughter and adopted son. He hires a mysterious woman and her stud to help.


Cecil Howard


Alicia Maddawon


Cast overview:
Linda Wong ... Linda
Richard Strong Richard Strong ... Daddy
Melba Bruce Melba Bruce ... Mona (as Melba Walsh)
Paul Thomas ... Phil
Mick Jones Mick Jones ... Buster
Jamie McLane Jamie McLane
Mark Anthony Mark Anthony
Ursula Brandwin Ursula Brandwin ... Marrianne


"Daddy", a rich and sex crazy guy trapped in a wheelchair because he returns paraplegic from war and grows bitter. He can only satisfy his thirst by forcing other people bizarre sex games. His sex hungry wife, Marrianne, his precocious daughter, Mona and his sensitive adopted son, Phil helps - just pawns in his lovemaking. The paid couple Linda and her muscular lover, Buster provide 'Dad' every fantasy when they visit family. "Dad" is watching on closed circuit television because curly Linda explores his juicy wife in the bathroom. His admiration turns to ecstasy as they move from climax to climax using sex toys "Daddy" provided. Nymphet daughter and shy son give 'Pope', a few surprises, and Buster is used in a way that he normally would never obey. Evening explodes change that stuns everyone. One day "Daddy" decides to play a bizarre psycho-sexual game with his wife, daughter and adopted son. Written by lament

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Sexually beyond anything you've ever seen!


Adult | Drama | Thriller


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Release Date:

November 1977 (USA) See more »

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Cecil Howard's The Final Sin See more »

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Howbud Productions See more »
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1.37 : 1
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A strange one.....
12 April 2001 | by cmdrSee all my reviews

While this is not the best movie you'll ever see, it IS worth a look if you're a Linda Wong fan. Linda's final scene with Paul Thomas is noteworthy, although it could have been improved with better camera angles. Increasing the length of the scene, and including more footage of Linda giving head would have improved it as well.

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