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I recently purchased the Herschell Gordon Lewis Feast, a boxset contaning 14 HGL movies, on 17 discs.

These 14 movies are presented on bluray and DVD with 2 movies on each disc. (14 discs), then 2 Bluray disc with 5 movies presented in 1.33 and a bonus disc.

Currently porfiler has the 14 movies on bluray linked to the main profile, the DVD's seem to be missing from the DB, the third bonus disc is also included but not seperate profiles for the 5 movies presented in 1.33.

First question: should the 5 movies present a second time only in 1.33 be profiled as well? (in that case someone else might have to step up as i don't have a bluray drive)

Second question. the box contains 2 seperate booklike folders containing the movies dubbed Volume 1 and Volume 2, no UPC/EAN is present. Should seperate profiles be made for these using the first disc-id and than have these as 2 boxsets, inside the main set with all movies added to the correct volume? Or should only the cover images of the movies present in the set be changed? Or should the main box remain the picture of all moives?

below a picture of the set which hopefully explains more...

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Quoting scotthm:
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Quoting paulb_99:
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But if there are a lot of mistakes in the cast credits (Wrong names, wrong order etc.), why would we assume the roles are correct?

And  what if there are NO MISTAKES, and only changes to a Common Name are being made?

Notice that GSyren isn't saying the roles are incorrect, only that he can't be bothered to check them himself and so doesn't feel comfortable re-contributing them.  I say he should save himself even more trouble and keep his changes local.

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If the cast is correct and only an common name is added i agree the cast roles should remain. If, however, there are lots of mistakes and missing cast i think we should remove them.
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But if there are a lot of mistakes in the cast credits (Wrong names, wrong order etc.), why would we assume the roles are correct?

I agree with GSyren here.
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I'm at 44 now, 4 of those being boxsets (Bad Boys, Mission:Impossible, The Mummy and Predator) so movie wise it's a bit more.

Still waiting for prices to drop with 4K somteimes being twice as much as the normal bluray. Especially here in the netherlands the prices go through the roof.
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Quoting T!M:
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For what 's worth: there are many James Bond films (after they ran out of novels) where Ian Fleming's only credit reads "Ian Fleming's James Bond". Not that that's an answer to the question, but those credits seem to be entered quite a lot...


Well, either that's correct and i have to amend my contribution, or this is not correct and eventually these have to be removed...
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Quoting greyghost:
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Can't tell which version you are questioning as the image in your post shows as unavailable.

From the 1946 version with Burt Lancaster:


Strange, i still see the image... Here's the link though http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film4/blu-ray_reviews_61/the_killers_blu-ray_/title_ff_the_killers_blu-ray_.jpg

It's from the 1964 version, sorry for not mentioning this...
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Quoting mreeder50:
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So then he is mentioned in the credits? I am talking about the disc credits not just the profile.


Well, the screen shows you how he is 'credited'. the opening credits read Ernest Hemingway's The Killers, i don't think that is, or should be for profiler purposes an OMB credit.

Apart from this he is not credited anywhere else.
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Quoting mreeder50:
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I may be being dumb here, but is there a credit for him in the crawl? If there is then he should have the OMB credit.


No, this is the only time his name appears in the credits.
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Does this in the credits constitute an writer's credit or not?

I removed Ernest Hemingway's OMB credit regardless of the fact he wrote the story the movie was based on i don't think this is an actual profiler credit

Edit: if you can't see the image (as some don't, here's the link... http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film4/blu-ray_reviews_61/the_killers_blu-ray_/title_ff_the_killers_blu-ray_.jpg
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