|Directed by||Dick Lowry|
|Produced by||Nancy Hardin
|Written by||T. S. Cook
Lisa Dean Ryan
|Music by||Mark Snow|
|Cinematography||Henry M. Lebo|
|March 7, 1996|
Forgotten Sins was a 1996 television movie based on Lawrence Wright's New Yorker articles and his book Remembering Satan, which was in turn based on the actual case of Paul Ingram. It originally aired on the ABC Network on March 7, 1996. It starred William Devane as Dr. Richard Ofshe, "a role to which William Devane brings his customary bristling panache" wrote Dorothy Rabinowitz in the Wall Street Journal. John Shea also starred as Matthew Bradshaw, a fictional character based on Paul Ingram. Bess Armstrong also appeared in this film, portraying Roberta 'Bobbie' Bradshaw, a character based on Sandy Ingram. Doogie Howser's Lisa Dean Ryan co-starred.
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