User talk:Melbn

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Just three mouse clicks away[edit]

This is just to tell you that no matter what I try to do, I can't completely erase your good work on reorganizing Jayne Mansfield. All your work is just three mouse click away for you to reinstate your version of the article. If really want to revert back to your version just click here, then click on the "edit this page" tab, and then click on the "save this page" button. And, BINGO... you've made the revert. But, if you have decided to revert, please, mention that in the edit summary window. I am sorry that I haven't responded to your query earlier, and you had to ask help from other editors interested in the subject (an extremely good idea it was, though). I am answering your posting now, on the article talk page. Please find it there. Aditya Kabir 17:48, 12 February 2007 (UTC)

Death of a Salesman: The Jayne Mansfield starrer[edit]

Can you lend a hand in dredging up something about the Jayne Mansfield theater performance of Death of a Salesman (probably in 1953), and add to Death of a Salesman#On Stage? May be you can lead the redlink on Jayne Mansfield#Notable theater performances to that update as well. Please, respond to my talk page. Thank you. Aditya Kabir 06:37, 26 May 2007 (UTC)


The image has been tagged for deletion, and the uploader User:Philbertgray is currently not active. Can you help providing a source and name of the copyright holder on the image page? Aditya Kabir 20:14, 28 May 2007 (UTC)

Jayne Mansfield[edit]

The article on Jayne Mansfield, that you helped greatly to improve has been up for peer review. Many improvements were suggested, and I managed to address a few of those issues. But, without your help the article is getting stagnant. The biggest problem still lies with style and citations. Please, take a look that review here. I really believe that the time is ripe for the article to become at least a good article, if not an feature article, with your help. Aditya(talkcontribs) 05:49, 21 September 2007 (UTC)

Please, advise[edit]

Since you have helped the Jayne Mansfield article to become what it is today, I'd like to draw your attention to another article split off from the main one - Jayne Mansfield in popular culture. It has been nominated for deletion a second time here, and the supports so far are three way - "Delete", "Keep" and "Merge" - with a few comments thrown in (mostly by the nominator and I). Would you take a look at the debate and the article? Even if you stay away from voicing your view on the debate page, you can advise me on my talk page (may be lend a hand, too). I hope I am not canvassing :P. Aditya(talkcontribs) 14:34, 28 November 2007 (UTC)

Jayne Mansfield biographical timeline: A request[edit]

I don't have enough resources to bring the article to a really respectable status, but still think we need it to put a timeframe to understanding JM (especially since the biographical article is broken down into a contextual layout). And, I know you to care about the Jayne Mansfield article. Would take a look at the timeline article and lend a hand there? Aditya(talkcontribs) 16:23, 6 December 2007 (UTC)

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