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I have produced a list on IMDb and I want to create a new list that will include over half of the original list. I do not want to start from scratch. Is there a way to copy the existing list and simply delete the movies I do not want on the second list?
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Yes, a user can copy all or part of a list to another list.

1. Go to your original list.
2. Click the right most box close to adjacent to "View:", You should see the compact view of your original list.
3. Select the items you wish copy to the new list by checking the box next to the items.
4. In the drop down box scroll down to the list to which you wish copy to the items or "New list" which is at the very bottom of the scroll down menu.
5. Click the yellow "Go" button.
6. If your original list is longer than 250 entries, you will need to click the "Next" at the bottom of the page.
7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 as desired.
8. If you are creating a new list, you will need to provide a name for the new list and save it. When you copy to the new list for the first time, you will be asked to supply a name for the list and whether you wish to make it public. When you are finished copying to the new list, click on "See all lists by you". Select the new list which should be at the top. Click the yellow "Save" button.

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