Sorta-kinda a duplicate title but not normal. How to fix.

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There's a show on Amazon called "The Worricker Trilogy," except, there is not.

It's just Amazon bolting together three extant UK TV movies, which indeed are related to each other. However, they are already have entries. In order:

Page Eight:
Turks & Caicos
Salting the Battlefield:

There are good details, reviews, etc. of these movies over on those individual entries, and hardly anything on the entry for the "trilogy," here:

How do we get the stupid new one removed?  
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Steven Hoober

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Jeorj Euler

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This reminds me of the issue with some of the "episodes" of P.O.V.
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Are we sure that the series version is not a different re-edit, which often happens with movies re-released as TV series? A good example is The Godfather: A Novel for Television (The Godfather and The Godfather: Part II edited together as a mini-series with additional footage). It is also a popular format of releasing director's cuts on television in Post-Soviet countries nowadays. It also happens vice versa with TV series episodes edited into separate movie releases such as The Flash II: Revenge of the Trickster.
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It seems to be the same length, and isn't even cut up. Just three entire movies shown as a "series." But regardless, should that not be an alternate version? It seems weird that it should have two entries.. 

I just thought of a similar one which... IMDB also has listed twice. Millennium is shown as a series, even though it's just the three movies (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, et al) as shown on Swedish TV in 6 parts instead of three. But aside from this editing, same frames of film. Seems like a variation.

Is this really the proper way to do stuff? Seems very odd to me from a data POV: Do we duplicate 100% of the credits and trivia to the series version of the films? 
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If there was no re-editing it is not an alternate version, merely a trivia fact on distribution. 

In case of "Millenium" I believe it is more then justified, abecause as in case of Godfather movies not only editing is different, there is additional footage. It was even marketed in the US as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy: Extended Edition.

We do not duplicate 100% of credits, but if series have such credits, it should be added. Also trivia seems not to be duplicated in that case. 
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Thanks Steven, this isn't really valid for a title on its own, it's just the three TV movies repackaged. I've removed it now.