Director Edwin W. Moody
|Release date 1972 (Canada)|
Tagline There's a little bit of country in all of us.
This Is Stompin Tom is a 1972 Canadian film directed by Edwin W. Moody. It is a documentary of in the area of Ontario Canada, misspelt in the film "This Is Stomping Tom" which is also known as "This is Stompin Tom"
Stompin' Tom performs live at the Horseshoe Tavern on Queen St. in Toronto.
A 20 minute film debut of Stompin Tom Connors and live footage from The Horseshoe Tavern Toronto, also a small interview possibly from his home accepting his gold record award for Bud The Spud album exceeding $100,000 in sales from Canadian Music Sales. Tom also discusses where Canadian music is heading, and songs about Canada and where it lacks. Tom talks about his life growing up, a very hard life he had. Autograph signing takes place after a concert possibly from the Perth Summer Festival.
Filmed by Marlin Motion Pictures.Special Thanks to York University, Perth Summer Festival and Horseshoe Tavern.
Some live video footage from The Horseshoe Tavern, however this footage is different from the 1973 film Across This Land with Stompin Tom Connors. Live clips from songs "Ive been Everywhere," "Bud the Spud," "Sudbury Saturday Night," "Mule Skinners Blues" and "My Stompin Grounds."
ReferencesThis Is Stompin Tom Wikipedia
This Is Stompin Tom IMDb This Is Stompin Tom themoviedb.org