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The Mummy: Complete Legacy Collection
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantMarcccc
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This boxset contains 6 movies, 5 of which are present in the database. Oddly enough, the first one (The Mummy) seems to be missing. Before I make an effort to add it, I'd like to make sure I'm not overlooking something.

Is it indeed not present in the database?
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantMarcccc
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This website as dead as the mummy??
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorninso4
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Do you mean the Blu-ray set?
Because this profile has 6 child profiles including the original Mummy film.
No film missing here.
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Yes, I mean the Blu ray set.

I'm confused. I scanned the Bluray boxset, and it didn't show any child profiles in it. So I chose "Add DVD to collection" searched for "The Mummy" (Region B, UK, Bluray) and it showed 4 of the 6 films, and I imported them and added them to the boxset. Then I searched for "Abbott and Costello meet the mummy" and found that one and added them to the boxset. But the first film of the boxset ("The Mummy") I could not find?

Much confused, pls halp.
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I deleted the profile and re-downloaded it. It shows 6 child profiles; 5 movies and 1 bonus disc.
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Okay I checked the US version which has child profiles for all 6 films.
Indeed the UK version misses the original Mummy film.
This child profile wasn't uploaded to the database by anyone yet.
So you haven't overlooked anything it's just not there.
You could upload it yourself I you want.
Simplest way would be to copy the US version and change locality, rating, maybe disc id & other things that differ and then upload this profile if you want.
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Okay, thanks. Will do so later.

Anyway to figure out the disc ID without a computer? Only have a PS4 as a Bluray player.
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Bump.

Does anyone know the disc id for the first disc of the UK edition this Blu-ray boxset?
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Can't be done that way you need a blu-ray drive for the computer to use disc id.
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Not sure what you mean by that. Can't I manually add an ID when someone else tells me what it is? So I can't contribute new titles without having a BR player?

I finished updating pretty much the entire disc info
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Unfortunately you can not. to add by disc ID you must have a blu-ray drive to read the disc id.  There is no way to manually enter the disc id.
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Well, that's just very sad and quite a questionable rule 
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I've checked the US set and the UK set entered into the profiler and most disc ids there are exactly the same. Could be that the US and UK discs for The Mummy are also identical. Not sure about that.
Easiest way and what I would do in this case would be:
Download the US profile for The Mummy, change the locality and the rating and you should have a perfect profile for the UK edition that you could upload.
If the disc ids aren't identical that could still be correct in a later contribution.
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Alright, changed it. Hopefully it works.

The profile I had provided (or tried to...) was a lot more complete than this one, though

Not sure why you shouldn't be able to change the ID manually, since that is certainly no less reliable than "copy the American one, it's probably the same ID".
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As I put in the no vote... You didn't clone the profile... you are replacing ours. you need to change locality.
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It would be better to download the child profile for The Mummy from Universal Monsters: The Essential Collection (EAN - 5050582914566) and create an alternate id profile. If the online profiles for both box sets are correct, they both contain the same disc for this title. The US box-set contains a different disc.
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