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Sat, Apr 13, 2019 1:48 PM

I was tagged in a movie still. How can I get that photo to show up on my page? Do I need a Pro membership to link that photo to my own page?

I was tagged in a movie still. How can I get that photo to show up on my IMDB page? Do I need a Pro membership to link that photo to my own page?

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a year ago

Hi! Andrew Singer

Do you want to post a link to that movie still and your Name page here ? ?

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a year ago

Here's my own page. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2080978/

Here's the movie still.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8896658/...

As you can see, I'm already tagged in the still. Thank you!

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a year ago

Please see https://help.imdb.com/article/contribution/images-videos/imdb-image-faqs/G64MGN2G43F42PES specifically:

I added an image to my favorite title, making sure to tag all the actors in the photo.  The image appears on the title page but not on the actor's page.  Is this correct? Yes, user supplied title images are only visible on title pages.  They will not appear on name pages.  Adding images to name pages requires an IMDbPro subscription. To learn more, please see Adding photos to IMDb.

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a year ago

Hi, Andrew Singer. You'll have to upload the a duplicate directly to your IMDb name page, which does indeed require an active page claim which does indeed require an active IMDbPro subscription. Unfortunately, the particular image will show up as a duplicate in the IMDb title page unless it is not tagged therein. A way to sort out duplication like that has not yet really be sorted out.

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Just to note, if studio partner uploads the same movie still to the IMDb title page, then it will show up in the IMDb name page gallery of everybody tagged in it. Then the one uploaded directly to the title page via regular means can be deleted as a duplicate.