Talk:A Place to Stand, a Place to Grow

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This article needs some attention. Some of the text is blatantly biased, and some of the sentences are gibberish and make no sense at all, for example: - "His pioneering concept of moving panes, of moving images, within the single context of the screen." - "In 2005, the song was mooted as a possible official song for the province" I don't know enough to be able to help, but hopefully someone else can.--thickslab 11:31, 20 October 2006 (UTC)

... clean up maybe - but neutrality???? come on! Themepark ..

  • Case in point: "At times there are 15 separate images moving at once.This technique has since been copied many times over, with no credit to Mr. Chapman's vision... most notably (and rather with less impact) on the series "24" A better use of this concept was in Norman Jewison's 1968 film "The Thomas Crown Affair."" --thickslab 11:31, 20 October 2006 (UTC)

.... feel free to change the wording - I didn't write it so, I take no offense. Themepark

Please tell me what is the plot of the movie. It does not seem to say this most important information. Thank you. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 12:20, 2 November 2007


This article should probably be slpit into two, one for the song and one for the film.--BelovedFreak 13:34, 17 January 2010 (UTC)

... makes sense, seems like all songs and movies have sep. enteries in wikiworld

Corrected link to MOV and WAV files in Ontario Archives[edit]

THought I'd fix up the broken link, didnt work for me initially, so I just had to figure out why. Apparently the Ontario Archive has changed that web page from html to aspx. Progress I suppose... Richard416282 (talk) 22:34, 20 July 2011 (UTC)