I'm adding a credit that isn't being accepted to imdb

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these are a screen shot of my residuals for the role of Gorgeous Girl in "How Do You Know" which was originally Untitled JLB Project. The other is an email from production with my travel itinerary which has my character name and my name although it was originally misspelled when first applied to imdb. It was taken down then not replaced. It was a principal role that was a deleted scene.

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It was a principal role that was a deleted scene.

Where you uncredited and only in a deleted scene? If so IMDB won't accept such a credit. If you were credited, then that is the evidence staff will want to see.

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Numerous scenes but lines were cut leaving it uncredited
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Rachel: If you were still visible and recognizable in the film as released (whether or not you had any lines left), the best evidence you can provide is a clip or screen capture showing yourself in the movie.
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If you are visible on screen, but not listed in the on-screen credits, your IMDb listing must include the attribute (uncredited). If the credit is accepted without that attribute, then someone who is auditing the on-screen credits is likely to submit a delete request. This is probably why it was removed previously.

The (uncredited) attribute means that this person is not listed on screen; just that and nothing more. It says nothing about the size, type, or quality of the performance.

 

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