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Hi Matthias! Cool poster, but why did you remove File:Agapi_kai_aima.JPG from the picture section? --SaltyJim 01:27, 30 Dezember 2013 (UTC)

Oops! You are right! It's a VHS... --SaltyJim 01:32, 30 Dezember 2013 (UTC)

I'm so sad that I missed that: Just saw it... --SaltyJim 01:41, 30 Dezember 2013 (UTC)


Kannste mich mal kontaktieren, hab keine kontaktdaten von dir! --Sebastian Haselbeck (talk) 11:57, 16 November 2015 (UTC)


All relevant categories should be on a film's main page. Why are removing the composer category? --carlos (talk) 18:02, 21 November 2015 (UTC)

If a soundtrack album exists to a film, the composers are always categorised there. This way by clicking the composers name you can not only see which films he scored but also which of them are on CD. By categorizing them additionally on the film's page (or even under reviews) you have double or triple results and it gets chaotic on the composer's pages. Makes sense?

Thank you for the reply. However I must disagree. I don't see any reason for removing any relevant category from a film's main page which have the root categories. The 'additional' is when you add the category to the OST page. The OST pages have their own OST category. What you describe can be accomplished with links albeit maybe a couple more clicks. As far as the 'chaotic', I agree regarding reviews, all listed credits should be linked, not categorised. --carlos (talk) 19:00, 22 November 2015 (UTC)

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