Credit correction

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There are a couple of issues with the writing credits for this movie:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0258810/
1) Alexander Alexander is credited as a writer. This is clearly wrong: he died in the 1930s, and was not a writer. (The correct name is Alexander Luria, a neurologyst and writer, who is already credited).
2) Giuliano Corti is credited twice. The correct credit is the second one (he worked as a screenplay collaborator).
Some info on the writers can be found here (in Italian):
http://www.studioazzurro.com/index.php?com_works=&view=detail&cat_id=6&work_id=49&op...
I have tried to delete the wrong credits (the correct ID is 190812-145603-347000), but the correction was rejected.
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Sandor Krasna

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Michelle, Official Rep

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Hi Sandor -

The duplicate credit for 'Giuliano Corti' has now been removed.  Concerning the credit listing for 'Alexander Alexander', I noted that his credit is listed with the attribute "book", can you confirm if his name was credited on-screen as the author of the book?

If his name was credited on-screen, we will need to retain the credit listing.
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Sandor Krasna

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Hi Michelle.

Alexander Alexander (nm0018239) has nothing to do with that movie. It is just another wrong credit that should be deleted.
Alexander Luria (nm10894276) wrote the book that inspired the movie. I can confirm that he's credited on-screen as Alexsandr R. Lurija (I own a dvd of the movie).

Thanks for the help.
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Hi Sandor -

Thanks for confirming, the incorrect credit for "Alexander Alexander" has now been removed and the credit for "Alexander Luria (as Alexsandr R. Lurija)" will be retained on the title.
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Sandor Krasna

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Thanks for the help.