Talk:Spin (1995 film)
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Actors in the film, Final Paragraph
Someone added John Voigt to the list of actors, when he's clearly not in the documentary. This can be confirmed by checking the imdb page or watching the film (which I did today). I'm going to make a minor edit and remove him from the list.
I also feel that the last paragraph about Larry Agran is a bit misleading and makes it sound like the film is about him, when he is really one subject of many portrayed. Artifexr (talk) 06:32, 11 August 2016 (UTC)