Talk:Bruce Campbell

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Church of the SubGenius Membership?[edit]

Recently. User:Pburka removed the following pages from Category:American SubGenii.

Bruce Campbell [1] (Mentioned here and here)

Penn Jillette [2] (Mentioned here and here and here)

Rudy Rucker [3] (Mentioned here, here, here and here)

Nancy A. Collins [4] (Mentioned here, here and here)

John Shirley [5] (Mentioned here and here)

Del Close [6] (Mentioned here)

Paul Reubens AKA Pee Wee Herman [7] (Mentioned here and here)

Lon Milo DuQuette [8](Mentioned here)

These removals were perfectly reasonable, because the articles do not mention membership in the COSG, nor are most of the links I list above reliable sources. Because of this, I am putting out a call for citations to reliable sources that establish Church of the SubGenius membership for these and other celebrities. I suspect that a fair count will put the number considerably higher than the number of celebrity Scientologists. --Guy Macon (talk) 00:49, 31 July 2012 (UTC)

The two parts of WP:BLPCAT that seem most relevant are "the case for each category must be made clear by the article text and its reliable sources" -- meaning we need to add something about Church of the SubGenius Membership in the text and we need a citation supporting it, and "Categories regarding religious beliefs ... should not be used unless the subject has publicly self-identified with the belief" -- meaning that we need a citation where Bruce Campbell himself says he is a member or strong supporter. As I said before, I think that Pburka removing the category was entirely correct; I just want to improve the article in such a way that the category can be re-added. So, does anyone know of such a citation? --Guy Macon (talk) 04:30, 1 August 2012 (UTC)

Career[edit]

I propose rewriting his career, without it being subdivided into Writing, Tv, Movie etc... I think it is pointless cause it falls under entertainment. If he switches careers and becomes a politician, or something completely irrelevant. We can divide it, but right now I think it makes the article a poor read. --Cube b3 (talk) 03:37, 10 March 2013 (UTC)


Morgan Edge[edit]

Bruce Campbell character "Bill Church Jr" was based on Morgan Edge, not Bruno Mannheim. Morgan Edge and Bruno Mannheim were both characters who ran Intergang, but at different times. I am fixing my contribution.

Majinsnake (talk) 06:43, 26 January 2015 (UTC)