I tried to delete data, but it still appears on IMDb. Why?
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I'm credited here as my real name was usedUnfortunately you are correct. No matter which instructions you gave to the production company, your real name was used in Playboy: Playmates Unwrapped so, according to policy, that credit needs to stay on the site, sorry.
Also, a question to editors and fellow contributors: I was about to remove the Documentary genre from this title, since I'm not sure it meets the current criteria (can Santa's helpers played by playmates be considered as real personages? can a title still be listed as a documentary if 100% of its footage is a reenactment?):
However, I've noticed that many other Playboy titles (which I haven't watched) have this genre listed, so perhaps there's some nuance that I'm unable to capture here. The question is: Is the genre being properly used in this case? (I won't post the link to the film because it's hosted on a porn site, but it's easily available through Google search).
but they used my real name.You admitted that you means YOU!
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It is a matter of public record. It is a statement of fact.
It will not be removed.
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