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?
I saw these before but didn't really look into them. But now that you were starting to get into a little bit of an argument/fight over them with another user, I need to ask what the purpose of having so many different versions of the credit pages is for.
At this point, I don't know if you've really fixed them. It's becoming obvious that Andreibobo02 is changing them to have false information in them, but you, he and Joannguyen aren't saying which version of the movie the credit versions are coming from. It needs to be identified as something like the following:
the year that particular version of the movie was released in
a 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.
Because I'm not sure what's going on and there are fights and insults starting to happen over them, I may have to just delete all of these credit variations to stop the fights and insults.