Ultimate Deception

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Ultimate Deception
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Ultimate Deception DVD Cover
GenreDrama
Written by David Burton Morris (story)
Victoria Wozniak
Directed by Richard A. Colla
Starring Yasmine Bleeth
Richard Grieco
Theme music composer Dennis McCarthy
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
ProducerTerry Gould
CinematographyLaszlo George
Editor Ron Wisman
Production companies Nasser Group
Orly Adelson Productions
USA Network
Distributor USA Network
Release
Original network USA Network
Original releaseJanuary 19, 1999 (1999-01-19)

Ultimate Deception (also known as Ultimate Betrayal) is a 1999 made-for-television drama film directed by Richard A. Colla and starring Yasmine Bleeth and Richard Grieco, who were living together in real life at the time the film was produced.

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Plot

Terry Cuff (Yasmine Bleeth) is a bartender who yearns to raise a family. When she marries Bobby Woodkin (Richard Grieco) she finds herself one step closer to her dream. However, Bobby has had a vasectomy, is a con artist and, unbeknownst to Terry, kills young mother Dana McThomas (Sabrina Grdevitch) and steals her 3 month old baby, a girl named Gail (Lauren and Marlee Konikoff), so he and Terry can raise the infant as their own daughter.

Bobby fakes a law firm and lawyer so his plan does not fail and that he and Terry can keep the child, renamed "Angie". Later, Terry discovers what Bobby has done and returns baby Gail to her father, Andy (Gordon Michael Woolvett). Bobby is arrested and sentenced to life in prison for Dana's murder and Gail's kidnapping.

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