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I need this to submit, only see a contribution number which isn't what is being asked for. 

Can someone please tell me where to find it.  my film is Skatin 66  thank you 

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Your Update History: 18-digit ID
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Skatin 66 (2001)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt27852773/

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt27852773/reference/

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Hello Rt334422,

Can you help us clarifying what problem do you have? What are you trying to locate/submit? Was your contribution rejected? 

Your contributions can be found on your Contributions History page. Can you provide us with a clarification on what the issue is? 

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i see my contribution, but the video distributor (online) requested an IMDb # for the film,  I don't see one of these any,   thank you 

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@Rt334422​ If the video distributor is asking for the IMDB # for your film, they probably mean the "title constant" from the URL for the film's page on IMDb. Since your film is at https://www.imdb.com/title/tt27852773/ the title constant would be tt27852773. If they don't want the "tt" at the start, then the only other option would be to provide it without the letters, that is, 27852773.

You can always find the title constant for any title on IMDb in the URL starting with "tt". For example, Star Wars at https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076759/ has title constant tt0076759, Black Panther at https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1825683/ has title constant tt1825683, etc.

If you are looking at a URL which has a bunch of stuff after the title constant, just ignore it when forming the title constant. For example, if you see a URL such as https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1825683/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_7_nm_1_q_black%2520panther then just look for the number immediately following the "tt" and preceding the next slash -- disregard the "?ref ..." and everything after. The title constant will always be the letters "tt" followed by a number and nothing else after the number.

I hope this helps. Good luck!

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Yes, these are known as "tconsts" by the IMDb data editors and those among the IMDb contributors who make use of the IMDb datasets. Ordinarily, people would simply ask others for the Web uniform resource locator (Web URL) of the IMDb title page reserved for a film, a textual string which contains the "tconst", the IMDb identification (ID) number/code, of the page.

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What is the contribution reference number? Your contributions can be found on your Contributions History page.

What are you being requested to provide? Does the movie or title have a page a already? Can you post the link.