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Again: the rules spell out that this is about production studios as they appear in the credits.

The credits only list Tritone Filmindustria as a production studio.

Hence: Italy is the only CoO per Invelos rules.

Regardless of the fact that actually it was an international co-production.
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When it comes to contributions to the Invelos database, Invelos rules apply. Whether I agree with them or not is irrelevant. Whether the information is factually wrong or not is irrelevant, as long as Invelos rules are met.

Hence I agree with Gunnar’s initial stance. Only credited production companies are decisive for CoO. Theatrical release studios don’t count.

I also agree with Yves’ position that if you want accurate information, you cannot rely on the Invelos database.
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That’s how I would view this case as well.
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Wow, you’ve been a busy bee!
Many thanks, Gunnar!   
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That happens more often in he New Users Forum. If spam is posted and subsequently removed by a forum moderator, the new posts indicator still shows.
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Welcome to the asylum, Keith! 
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Seems there IS a silver lining to every cloud! 

Many thanks, Gunnar. 
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Addicted2UHD?
Addicted2UltraHiDef?
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... which has zero relevance for Invelos Contribution Rules. 

I agree with T!M.
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Sometimes for me as well, in combination with Music, War or occasionally Sports. Television may come in as well, although I agree that in fact this is not a genre and should have a different field.
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Many thanks, Gunnar, for yet another nifty little tool! Much appreciated.     
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The only way to do that is by replacing all Germany-locality DVD profiles in your collection by profiles of the same movies from some English-speaking locality (US, UK etc.).

Or by manually replacing the German Overview text in the profiles in your collection by English text taken from a profile of the same movie from some English-speaking locality (US, UK etc.).
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Good luck in coping with your disability, Pete, and hopefully you’ll be able to enjoy contributing again!
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Agreed.
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Wishing Invelos and all fellow users a magnificent 2020!!     
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Yes there is, by using a CueCat.
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So do I.
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There are several options available to you in DVD Profiler to keep them together, including using Tags and using the Sort Title field to this end.
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Agreed.
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While the ranks of active DVDP users may have thinned out, welcome back! 
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I would agree with Gunnar that being a critical failure is irrelevant for determining whether a film is a classic or not.
At the same time, I do not consider Classic to be a genre in the first place, so I'd agree with those who say it has no place there.
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