In looking through the edits made to the Disney Pinocchio page, I see that you put in that Rene Auberjonois provided a voice for the movie. However, he was born four months after the movie was released. Likewise, Erik Estrada was born 9 years later, and Alex Rocco was only four years old and would not likely have a role as the Carnival Barker. Ralph Bakshi could not have directed the movie as he was barely one year old.
I asked you two months ago where you were getting your credit lists from since you were creating them so quickly. Based on this information, I'm beginning to believe that you're making up credits and/or deliberately putting in wrong credits.
I will be reviewing your edits and if I see more instances of obviously wrong credits like the above, you will be blocked from editing here for a while.
"You bet" sounds like you're confirming that you did put in wrong information. Just to be clear, that would mean you've been lying. How many of your other edits would be lying, too?
You've made over 5,800 edits in about two years. It would take a very long time to verify every one of them, and since you have been creating these pages very quickly just minutes apart and you've never said where you're getting them from, the safest thing for me to do is to first delete every new page you've ever made and then decide if I want to check what's left.
They can be, but the problem is you've never said where you're getting this information, and because I was able to confirm that some of what you added was wrong, I have no idea if the rest of what you added is wrong.
Putting it simply, you lied before. How do I know you haven't been lying all along?
That's still not an answer. And rather than continuing to go around and around about trying to figure out where you were telling the truth and where you lied, maybe I should just delete every page you've created. I don't have time to look through the 6,277 edits you've made in two years and play "Did he tell the truth in this edit?"
So I’m thinking about adopting the Paramount wiki, if you can leave your response below, I would appreciate that, I know I’m a bit early on this, since I’m waiting until March 21st for this, but still, I would like to have your response about this. Thanks.
Based on how quickly you're adding them, you're copying the information for credit pages from some other website. When you do this, put a note in the Edit Summary line of where you got it from so it can be properly attributed.
A few months ago, I asked you about the different credit versions of films. Some of that was because of Andrei lying. He's gone now, so that's taken care of.
However, you and Joannguyen are still adding a lot of these pages and two of what you entered really stand out: version 4 and version 5 of Song of the South. That is a very difficult movie to find. So, I'm going to ask you very specifically: Do you actually own the 1980 and 1986 re-issues of this movie?
If you do, I'd love to see a picture of both packages with the VHS tapes or DVDs, and that would help me verify that you're entering accurate information. If you don't have them, then I need to know what you're using as your source for the different credit versions.
In the case of Joannguyen, I'm getting the feeling she's making a lot of these up and I'm about to just start deleting them en mass. If you'd like to avoid having your credit versions deleted as well, you need to give me an answer as to where you get your info.
I don't understand. Version 2 and 3 are now marked to be deleted. Does this mean you made up credits for the 1956 and 1971 releases of the movie? If you did, then how many other pages with credits did you make up?