Please make this right. I shouldn’t have had to contact you over six times to get this done. Thank you.
In the case of One Step at a Time, it looks like you were indeed given an executive producer credit (see https://vimeo.com/135107966 at 3:42), so it would not be appropriate to remove that listing from your IMDb name page. It is already listed as (credit only).
Can you get a screen capture or clip from the credits of Spare Change to prove that you were not credited in that film at all?
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Concerning the credit, our aim is to be the most complete and reliable source of movie, TV, and entertainment information on the web. In order to continue offering our users an accurate and trustworthy service, it is our policy not to alter or delete any kind of correct/factual information from our records.. As gromit82 mentioned above, if you didn't work on the title but your name was credited on the film, the credit will need to remain listed on the site with the applicable "credit only" attribute.
Thanks all for the input so far. As far as the credit is concerned, Beth is right--I have her incorrectly credited as "Executive Producer" instead of "Supervising Teacher", an error I lost sight of rectifying at the time within the constraints of the program limits . We've been in contact back and forth for quite a while about the semantics and such, and I'm very much in agreement that the credit should be removed or correctly re-credited. I would hate to have to remove the film, but if such is the necessary course of action, so be it. It seems such oversights are not so easily corrected, and I intend to take care in the future to have such credits more thoroughly vetted.
It doesn't matter. If you are credited on the film then you will be credited on IMDb. The "credit only" tag means that you're incorrectly credited. But since you are credited you will remain on IMDb. This happens sometimes and you can (from time to time) run into credit only tags. For instance, William Hartnell wasn't in several episodes of "Doctor Who" but he's still credited on them. So his name appears on those IMDb pages with a 'credit only' tag.
Perry Mason (1957–1966)
Due to illness, Ray Collins only appeared in a few episodes after the 1960 season.
Collins had contracted emphysema brought on by years of smoking,
and he also was beginning to forget his lines
and it was because of this he was forced to leave in the middle of the seventh season.
Despite the fact that Collins was no longer on the show,
it was decided to keep Collins' name in the credits
not only to help keep his spirits up,
but to allow him to keep getting medical benefits from the actors union.
Sadly, Collins died in July 1965
just prior to the start of the show's final season.
Ray Collins (I) (1889–1965)
Perry Mason (1957-1966)
Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (241 episodes, 1957-1965)
Perry Mason (TV Series)
The Case of the Guilty Clients (1961)
Season 4 | Episode 28
Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg
Perry Mason (TV Series)
The Case of the Jealous Journalist (1961)
Season 5 | Episode 1
Ray Collins ... Lt. Tragg (creditOnly)