Leave attribute blank

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I input uncredited for a role I was credited for on "America's Most Wanted" (1988) {Robert Bowman} I apologize for my error. I was credited and the attribute should be left blank.

I have been trying for many months to correct this and I know you guys are busy but if you could please help me it would make my entire year.

I worked hard to book that job and to input it wrong is killing me.

Thank you!
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Ryan Stillman

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bluesmanSF, Champion

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Can you post the most recent submission Reference Number so staff can take a look and see if there is a problem?

Also, can you post a screen capture of your name appearing in the on screen credits? This will help if it has been rejected because they could not verify that it should be changed.
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Ryan Stillman

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Hello and thank you so much for getting back to me.

Here is the reference # 
Contribution #160218-234529-759000 

Unfortunately, I have tried for years to locate the episode from 2007 (for my own use) but have come up empty.  I was able to find my call sheet and have attached it here. You will see my name, RYAN STILLMAN, in the first column, third from the bottom credited as Al.

Once again I am just asking for the attribute UNCREDITED to be removed from my IMDB page and just left blank.

I cannot thank you enough for your time and efforts in helping me resolve this matter.  It really means a lot to me!

Best regards,
Ryan Stillman
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DavidAH_Ca, Champion

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The problem is that this does not prove that you were credited. Credited means only that your name appeared in the on-screen credits when the episode was first aired. Nothing else has any affect on this.

TV Shows are notoriously miserly with credits, and a character such as Al (teen) is the sort of credit that is often not listed in the credit roll. IMDb may decide to accept this evidence, or they may decide that it is not evidence enough that the role was actually credited.
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Hi Ryan -

Unfortunately, as DavidAH_Ca mentioned, while your screen grab of the call sheet verifies that you worked on the show, it doesn't verify that your name was credited on-screen for your role.

Therefore, if you have already submitted the credit updates (removing the attribute) and they were not accepted, this means that we will need to see a screen grab of the episode credits.  If you can obtain a screen grab of your on-screen credit for the episode, post it here and our staff will take a look.