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Sun, Oct 18, 2020 1:29 AM

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King Kong 2005 end credits

Hey I just watched all of the Peter Jackson King Kong movie and notice there are people in the thank you credits at the end of the film that are not on it's IMDb page and was wondering if any one can help me with this? Here is proof of a photo of what I took on Facebook to help you at https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=341696127044279&set=pob.100036116823561. Also yes Donnie Darko's Richard Kelly had involvement with Peter Jackson's King Kong. 

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Karen_P

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8 days ago

Hi Alex......

 

You can add those credits. You must use a direct link (URL) to a known video on a platform that IMDb will accept as evidence. Like Amazon, Netflix, etc. Also with your submission provide visible evidence by way of a freely accessible fileshare service (URL) to the screen shot file.

 

Read this for directions.

Correcting existing data

We strive for the utmost accuracy on IMDb, but given the high volume of information added to the site, mistakes will occasionally be made. That's where you come in! Whether it's correcting a character name; updating a plot synopsis to make it more relevant; modifying a piece of trivia, or deleting an incorrect cast credit, we welcome all valid corrections to existing data.

Spotted a Mistake?

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  • You will also see small 'EDIT' labels next to various bits of data on both name and title pages. You can click these to go straight through to the correction form, which speeds things up a little.

 

Auditing Credits Lists

When auditing credits to check for accuracy, we would appreciate it if you adhered to the following guidelines:

    • Please do not audit credits from memory alone; you must have recently watched the title in question, and checked off the credits on the site against those that appeared onscreen.

    • Always remember the golden rule: Site credits matching those that appear onscreen must never be changed.

    • If you find that a character name on the site is different to a character name displayed onscreen then please submit a character correction.

    • Please do not add nicknames or embellish such character names.

    • If the role exists in a title but there is no onscreen credit, and the actor playing the role is easily identifiable onscreen, then the (uncredited) attribute should be added. IMPORTANT: In this situation, do NOT delete the existing credit.

    • If there is no character name for an (uncredited) role on the site, you may add a character name based on the rules outlined in our Characters submission guide.

    • If the role does not exist (i.e. the actor/character does not appear at any point in the title), then please submit a deletion, but only if you are absolutely certain that the credit is incorrect.

  • Changes to order numbers should only be made if the existing order numbers on the site are incorrect.

Also this is the current Thanks credits.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0360717/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ql_1

 

Robert Armstrong ... dedicatee
Peter Cobbin ... thanks
Merian C. Cooper ... dedicatee
Lora Hirschberg ... thanks
Graham Kennedy ... thanks
John Kurlander ... thanks
Rick McKay ... special thanks
Willis H. O'Brien ... dedicatee
Ernest B. Schoedsack ... dedicatee
Bryan Singer ... thanks
Darryl Stack ... thanks
Max Steiner ... dedicatee
Pat Weber ... thanks (as Patrick Weber)
Fay Wray ... dedicated to the memory of

Please make sure that you do not duplicate.

 

Thanks

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8 days ago

The link doesn’t work for me. Is this the original theatrical version, or the Extended version?

Karen_P

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@eboy

I cant see the facebook link either!!!!!

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Maybe this will help:

Karen_P

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Hi Alex

 

The picture above is not an issue. Only the data editors need see this. Here is not relevant.

You must make and submit the correction/addition submission.

You must provide evidence in the submission.

Please read my reply above.

A reprint here again for you.

 

Hi Alex......

 

You can add those credits. You must use a direct link (URL) to a known video on a platform that IMDb will accept as evidence. Like Amazon, Netflix, etc. Also with your submission provide visible evidence by way of a freely accessible fileshare service (URL) to the screen shot file.

 

Read this for directions.

Correcting existing data

We strive for the utmost accuracy on IMDb, but given the high volume of information added to the site, mistakes will occasionally be made. That's where you come in! Whether it's correcting a character name; updating a plot synopsis to make it more relevant; modifying a piece of trivia, or deleting an incorrect cast credit, we welcome all valid corrections to existing data.

Spotted a Mistake?

If you spot a data mistake anywhere on the site, the process of correcting it is very straightforward:

    • Every name and title page has an 'Edit Page' button at the bottom. Simply click this button, then select the data area you wish to correct from the list of options on the next screen.

  • You will also see small 'EDIT' labels next to various bits of data on both name and title pages. You can click these to go straight through to the correction form, which speeds things up a little.

 

Auditing Credits Lists

When auditing credits to check for accuracy, we would appreciate it if you adhered to the following guidelines:

    • Please do not audit credits from memory alone; you must have recently watched the title in question, and checked off the credits on the site against those that appeared onscreen.

    • Always remember the golden rule: Site credits matching those that appear onscreen must never be changed.

    • If you find that a character name on the site is different to a character name displayed onscreen then please submit a character correction.

    • Please do not add nicknames or embellish such character names.

    • If the role exists in a title but there is no onscreen credit, and the actor playing the role is easily identifiable onscreen, then the (uncredited) attribute should be added. IMPORTANT: In this situation, do NOT delete the existing credit.

    • If there is no character name for an (uncredited) role on the site, you may add a character name based on the rules outlined in our Characters submission guide.

    • If the role does not exist (i.e. the actor/character does not appear at any point in the title), then please submit a deletion, but only if you are absolutely certain that the credit is incorrect.

  • Changes to order numbers should only be made if the existing order numbers on the site are incorrect.

Also this is the current Thanks credits.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0360717/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ql_1

 

Robert Armstrong ... dedicatee
Peter Cobbin ... thanks
Merian C. Cooper ... dedicatee
Lora Hirschberg ... thanks
Graham Kennedy ... thanks
John Kurlander ... thanks
Rick McKay ... special thanks
Willis H. O'Brien ... dedicatee
Ernest B. Schoedsack ... dedicatee
Bryan Singer ... thanks
Darryl Stack ... thanks
Max Steiner ... dedicatee
Pat Weber ... thanks (as Patrick Weber)
Fay Wray ... dedicated to the memory of

Please make sure that you do not duplicate.

 

Thanks

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5 days ago

For what’s worth, this ”Thanks” section near the end of the credits (after the Soundtrack credits) is also present in the original theatrical version. I checked my Blu-ray.

( I can’t find Bryan Singer from the list, though, but maybe he’s listed in some other section of the credits. )

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