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How can I identify films that appear on more than one of my lists

I have lists of films I want to watch that I compiled from different sources, to help me remember why I listed it, for example films flagged up on courses I've done, or recommendations from a particular critic etc. 

Some films appear on multiple lists, and I'd like to be able to find these, so I can kill two birds with one stone - one film, two lists reduced, you know. 

How can I cross reference different lists to flag up the ones I'm looking for? 

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1 year ago

@svenrufus You can do this via Advanced Title Search at https://www.imdb.com/search/title/ -- select the two (or more) lists you wish to compare in the "Lists Include" section and then press the "Search" button further down the page.  The search results will show the titles which are present in all of the selected lists. 

Hope this helps. 

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1 year ago

That's great, thanks very much