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Thanks for thinning out some of the quotes on the movies's page. Just a couple of tips- when removing a lot of quotes, (or any significant passage) it's a good idea to post a copy of what was removed on the article's talk page so there is a record of it, in case of disputes; this also lets others in the future know what was removed in case it is readded.
Also, you may want to use the Preview button to view your edits before you save them to make all your changes in a minimum of edits, which keeps the load on the database down and the Recent Changes page easier to read. Thanks for your help. :) --31dot 11:16, March 9, 2010 (UTC)