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Need advice from contributors - Where can I prove the running time for this TV episode?

The pilot episode of AIRWOLF ("Shadow of the Hawke") was originally two hours with commercials. Later, it was broadcast in two one-hour segments, and that's how it currently appears on the Peacock streaming service.

Currently on IMDb, the episode is listed as being an hour long. I sent a correction, but the staff rejected the submission, saying that it could not be verified.

https://contribute.imdb.com/contribution/220111-051121-413000

Does anyone know where I can verify this information? It's on Wikipedia, but there's no citation.




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20 jan 1984:

Rating report after aired:

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Btw, I see you used attribute (with commercials), I think correct attribute is (including commercials)

Also, that first episode shouldn't have a title according to the "Twin Peaks rule", because it was retrospectively given, did not have any title until a few years later as far as I can see. That's noted on Wikipedia page too. It was titled "Shadow of the Hawke" after it was split into 2 episodes a few years later for rebroadcasts.

Should just be named as "Pilot" I guess.

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