merging accounts

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hello  I appear to have to pages on IMDB,I am just wondering if there is a way of joining both these credits on the one page for my name???
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"merging accounts"

User "Accounts" (that you'd use to log in with an email address and password to use features of the site) cannot be merged.

I appear to have to pages on IMDB

It sounds more like you're talking about a page of the database displaying names and credits and those, when there is more than one per person, definitely need to be merged so all credits appear on one page. Did you mean  "two" pages?

Are they any of these or are you listed differently for one or two other pages?

Anna Clifford (III) (Actress, Titanic: Blood and Steel (2012))
Anna Clifford (II) (Actress, Fair City (1988))
Anna Clifford (I) (Actress, A Real Helpmate (1914))

Since it's the most often, by far, asked question, when you click "help" it's on the list of FAQ's as You have two separate pages for the same person, how can this be fixed?. So, you'd start on the page for the least accurate (or highest Roman numeral, if it pertains to this) and "correct" the name to appear exactly as it does on the page you're moving it to. The result will be the pages are combined with all data appearing on one page.

If the names were spelled differently, and are listed on the page as they appeared on screen, check the box to "preserve" the credits so they are marked to indicate how they appeared on screen. If all spellings are the same, this does not apply (it's always easier for those answering if you include links or descriptions of the pages you're talking about so not so much guess work is needed). For more specific, or even step by step instruction, please verify the pages, how you were credited, if all the data on both (or more) pages refers to you, etc.
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