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Deborah Winters shines in The Lamp

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Deborah Winters as Eve in THE LAMP aka THE OUTING

Actress: DEBORAH WINTERS Known For: BLUE SUNSHINE Project: THE LAMP aka THE OUTING Year: 1987 Genre: Suspense Horror Characters: Eve Ferrell & Young Arab Woman & Old Arab Woman Traits: Deborah Winters, who co-starred with Walter Matthau in KOTCH and had terrific roles in CLASS OF 44, BLUE SUNSHINE and TARANTULA: THE DEADLY CARGO, plays three characters in this cool little indie horror flick about a group of teens in a museum where THE LAMP… the original titled changed to THE OUTING… is unleashed with a deadly creature inside. Nag Rating: 1… Deborah’s Eve is a great teacher, and most importantly, she’s WALKING TALL tough, taking out a bully in the high school hallway before her lesson on Vlad the Impaler. Best Part: Watching this terrific actress playing young, and old, and young again. You Missed: You can find this flick on a double-feature Shout Factory Blu Ray along with THE GODSEND. Although THE OUTING is literally called THE LAMP on the screen as this is the original long version, including an opening sequence setting up the backstory for the rest of the movie to make more sense: more clearly than the previous VHS.

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Deborah Winters as an old Arab Woman in THE LAMP aka THE OUTING

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Deborah Winters as Eve in THE LAMP aka THE OUTING

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The lovely Deborah Winters in THE LAMP

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