Consider a system-wide keyword merge.

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The keyword "big foot" should probably be merged with "bigfoot", which is the correct spelling (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dicti... and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bigfoot). If "big foot" described a person with a large foot that's one thing, but all 17 instances refer to the legendary Sasquatch: https://www.imdb.com/search/keyword?k... For many of the titles, it can't be cleaned up by simply correcting "big foot" to "bigfoot" because both words are listed and the correction would get rejected as a duplicate.
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For many of the titles, it can't be cleaned up by simply correcting "big foot" to "bigfoot" because both words are listed and the correction would get rejected as a duplicate.
In those cases, you can submit a deletion request to IMDb's data editors with an explanation why the keyword big-foot should be deleted from that particular title.
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Being the impatient guy I am, i went ahead with your suggestion and adjusted all the titles. The only one I'm unable to affect is the following in-development title, and without knowing more about the project, I can't even say if it's actually about Sasquatch: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7259408/