Talk:It Takes Two (1995 film)
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After editing the infobox to reflect the order of actors as shown on the promotional poster, Montana's Defender (talk · contribs) reverted me with no explanation. I think this issue is a fairly straightforward one, but would welcome input from other editors as to which order is the appropriate one to be used. — Manticore 14:03, 14 November 2009 (UTC)
MightyDinoPower15 has repeatedly added "Many of the plot points are taken from Mark Twain's story 'The Prince and the Pauper'." While this is possibly true, it is original research: we do not have a source for it. Instead, we have an editor who has apparently seen the movie, knows the plot of Twain's book and feels there is a resemblance.
Yeah, two lookalike characters switch places and hilarity ensures. While this happens in "It Takes Two" (apparently, as I haven't seen it) and "The Prince and the Pauper", it also happens in the original German novel the first film seems to be based on, other kids' books and films (e.g., "Freaky Friday"), Dickens, Shakespeare, an episode of "The Brady Bunch" and -- probably -- episodes of "The Simpsons", "Futurama" and dozens of others. Why call out the Twain book? - SummerPhDv2.0 02:22, 27 July 2016 (UTC)