I gotta ask. Do you actually own five different versions of Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure, seven different versions of The Return of Jafar, four versions of Recess: School's Out, three versions of Atlantis: Milo's Return, nine versions of Toy Story and six of The Tigger Movie and The Jungle Book 2?
I know movies get reissued, but I'm having a hard time believing that the movie studios alter the credits every time they reissue the movie. If they do, there's gotta be a better way of documenting it. Maybe have one page with the bulk of the credits and then a "Variant credits" page that lists what is different.
You're spending most of your time here making credit pages that look to be the same. I'd like an answer to my question this time because otherwise, I may just start deleting all of the "version X" pages to reduce the clutter.
I have yet to hear an answer from you, Joan, and now you're adding even more new ones and altering existing ones. I think that's it. I'm just going to start deleting these because I think you and Timmypizza are making them up.
We'll come up with something better than a half dozen credit pages per movie like you guys have been making, but for now, it's going to be one page.
I need to know why you and a couple others are creating so many credit many credit pages like "The Great Mouse Detective/Credits (Version 3)". It's not likely that movie studios are going to re-work the credits if they simply re-release a movie in theaters, but could if there were significant changes, such as for:
digital restoration, so the restoration team might be credited
an anniversary or extended edition, such as the Lord of the Rings films
a director's cut that is released later.
In order to make sure the credits are accurate, I need you to identify exactly which version of the movie you're entering the credits for. Without that, I may have to start deleting all of the credit versions because this is becoming a problem and I wouldn't be able to trust that the credits are true.