Remove Trailer with old title

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Hello!

I'm trying to help a client to remove an old trailer that has the previous title of the movie on it. We've uploaded the new trailer with the current title.

Can you please help us?

REMOVE THIS TRAILER: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4883336/videoplayer/vi1366210073

Thanks!
David
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Jeorj Euler

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Hi, David Xarach. To make this right, please visit the IMDb contact page, select the topic "IMDb Fan/Contributor questions", the issue "Images & video" and the issue details "Report videos"; read the instructions under the subject heading "Solve the issue here" and click the "E-mail" button, proceeding forward with your request in the format suggested by the interface:
Please include the following information (where possible):

What update are you requesting:
Video type:
Video ID (full video URL):
Explanation of the problem:
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For the specific case at hand, the form would be filled out in such a way as to appear like the following...
What update are you requesting: Tag Removal
Video type: Trailer
Video ID (full video URL): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4883336/videoplayer/vi1366210073
Explanation of the problem: The content of the trailer identifies the movie by its old title of "Take Two for Faith" from before the movie was completed. There is now already another trailer-type item in the movie's video gallery that identifies the movie by its new and official title "Runnin' from My Roots".
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Thanks a lot for the help Jeorj! You're amazing!
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Thank you, and you're welcome, David Xarach. I do recommend using "Deletion" instead of "Tag Removal" as the answer to the "What update are you requesting" field. That is; to be honest, I made a copy-paste error, since I regularly post similar answers to questions like yours.