Claudette Nelson, Patrick Dunn (XIII), Patrick Dunn (XVI)

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Empty page w/o credits, probably left over from previous merger or false credits. Should be deleted. See : Claudette Nelson : https://www.imdb.com/name/nm10681606/?ref_=fn_al_nm_2 

Ditto : Patrick Dunn (XIII)  -- See: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5831905/?ref_=fn_nm_nm_75 
Ditto : Patrick Dunn (XVI) -- See: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm9370927/?ref_=fn_nm_nm_28 

Thanks.
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Feel free to vote for the idea :)
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Sorry Marco, I assumed I'd already voted on it previously, but I guess not. Done now.
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Thanks a bunch Phil!
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This applies to Claudette.


This applies to the duplicate pages.

Col's answer applies with a twist. Normally no pages that appear to be duplicates are deleted outright very often. Both pages while they may be the same name may or may not be the same person. If one cannot know, it is best to look at their Starmeter Numbers. As you can see both of those pages start in different years. So they both likely submitted an uncredited credit that will not show up in the database because they have no credited credits. They could a personal manager or a lawyer for an individual actor. Hence the listing.  So that person is more than likely valid and not should be NOT Deleted. They may be one in the same person also. But you cannot tell. No credited credits.




CONCLUSION: A trip into a pro page can tell you a lot. Even though it is void of credits.
My own page https://www.imdb.com/name/nm8529286/?ref_=nv_sr_3?ref_=nv_sr_3
Ed Jones (XLIX) was void of any credits for almost 2 1/2 years.
You can see how old my page is also.



Also someone has already tried to attach credits to my page that did not belong too. This is because there are 55 Ed Jones' or maybe more now.
So all is not as it looks.
Requesting deletes of a name page is really hard to do on our end.
If you read all of the replies referenced by Marco, especially Dan Dassow's and ljdonce's' you get a better idea of how the dead pages are identified, plus Col mentions that IMDb performs periodic purges without our input. So it is best to do what I have recommended before asking to delete an actors page.

Any questions?
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