Evil Under the Sun locations?
Thanks for your research on the filming locations. I am presently collecting images of the locations on Commons, but not for all of them can I find free media. Could I persuade you to donate your pictures to Commons?
And I would like your opinion on this: I think I recognise this place, this view from the film, the scene where Poirot is walking around the island, thinking about what could have happened. He should be standing pretty much in the same place as the photographer. What do you think? --Judithcomm (talk) 11:22, 25 October 2014 (UTC)
- Regarding Evil Under the Sun (1982 film): though you may recognize certain locations while viewing the film, it is inappropriate to add this information to the article without a reliable source. Phrasing such as "the locations were well stitched together" are particular examples of editor opinion being weaved into the article. Even with my edits there are no citations asserting that these locations were used, or that the coordinates (!!) are accurate, but I'm assuming these are obvious to viewers of the film who are familiar with the locales, and not likely to be challenged. However your editorializing of what can or cannot be seen in the background of certain scenes is unencyclopedic and, frankly, trivial. Thanks.— TAnthonyTalk 19:40, 12 March 2016 (UTC)
Your submission at Articles for creation: Frank Page (Motoring Journalist) (December 2)
Your submission at Articles for creation: Frank Page (Motoring Journalist) (January 10)
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