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Hello Wikipedians, without much adieu I want to say welcome. I love information which is why I'm here, so feel free to drop a line on topics that may concern you. I would also like to say lets keep verbage civil and everything should be just fine. thanks for posting! Koplimek (talk) 21:39, 22 January 2009 (UTC)


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You are very welcome[edit]

Hi Koplimek, thanks for the message and always glad to be of assistance - just let me know if there is anything that I can do. Take care and keep up the good work, Ruhrfisch ><>°° 18:57, 18 September 2007 (UTC)


RE: Aquitania

Hi, thanks for the message i am trying to find the evidence about the Aquitania design, i think it is mentioned in one of the former Cunard commodore autobiographies (possibly Harry Grattidge) - when i find it i will let you know!

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Kickermaru[edit]

Hi. Do you know the name of the maritime site that listed the Kichemaru shipwreck [1]? If you know the site name or domain, it might be possible to recover the info as someone might have archived it or it might be on archive.org. Ha! (talk) 04:22, 7 April 2008 (UTC)

FYI, I've created an article on the SS Dakota that you mentioned in the AfD. Ha! (talk) 00:17, 8 April 2008 (UTC)
see reply to User_talk:Koplimek#Kickermaru. Ha! (talk) 14:20, 10 April 2008 (UTC)

SS Dakota[edit]

Hey, I liked the link to the image [2] of the Dakota that you added (then removed) from the Project Gutenberg site. If it's from Project Gutenberg, isn't it very likely to copyright free and so able to be added to the article directly (like in an info box). Do you know what book it came from on Project Gutenberg. There's also an image here [3], although that one says it was scanned in 1999 and you need to pay for copies of it so it can't be used. I think the source they come from will be public though, so it's just a case of finding a copy that someone scanned or photographed and didn't copyright.

++ I found a whole bunch more links by searching for Steamship Dakota instead of SS Dakota (why I didn't think of that before I don't know). There should be a fair bit to build the article up


I was also thinking that a page should be opened up on Dakota's identical sister ship "Minnesota" who saw a longer service life up to 1923. Minnesota was also called "Troy" during her World War One service.Koplimek (talk) 17:07, 12 April 2008 (UTC)
Yea, good idea - go for it. If I find anything I'll it your way. If you need a hand creating the article I'll be glad to help. Ha! (talk) 22:13, 13 April 2008 (UTC)
Since no one signed I'll assume it's Ha. I removed the Gutenberg photo (I liked it too) cause there was copyright problems even though there shouldn't be since the photo is from 1907 and way before the 1923 cutoff year for copyrighted pictures. I found the sharper Dakota photo on Google Images by typing in "Dakota Steamship" just like you were doing. I agree 'SS Dakota" doesn't always work. Sometimes you get different results by typing "S.S. Dakota". i didn't think there'd be a problem with just 'linking' the photo as opposed to uploadingit onto Wikipedia without permission. Thankfully the photo exists in a number of versions in contrasty to sharp versions. Koplimek (talk) 17:28, 12 April 2008 (UTC)
As you say, it's OK to add a link to it, as long as it's not displayed as a photo in the article it can't break any copyright. I've seen a couple of different images (maybe some of them were just flipped around or mirror images actually) of the Dakota sinking on postcards, there seem to be a few of them around. Ha! (talk) 22:13, 13 April 2008 (UTC)

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Pumps on RMS Titanic[edit]

I've just added a {{cn}} request for " As it was a single pump was used to vacate water from different compartments with the use of a nozzled hose". Can you remember where this came from?--Old Moonraker (talk) 23:49, 1 November 2009 (UTC)

Citations for List of suicides[edit]

I've started a discussion here. (Actually, it's a restart of a prior discussion that went cold; you can just scroll directly down to my most recent post in that section if you want.) Can you offer your thoughts? It's very important. Thanks. Nightscream (talk) 00:40, 27 January 2010 (UTC)

Well, yes, but that's not what the discussion in that section is about. It's about whether list-type articles should have sources cited in them just as any other article. Can you read my last post at the bottom of it and give your opinion there? I'd really appreciate it. Nightscream (talk) 00:46, 27 January 2010 (UTC)

February 2010[edit]

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Re: Valeska Suratt[edit]

Hi. You're welcome for fixing the link and no, I'm not related to Ms. Suratt. Pinkadelica 21:49, 8 March 2010 (UTC)

Not-Kosloff image[edit]

Thanks for identifying that the Fool's Paradise image was not Theodore Kosloff-- that still never really looked like Kosloff to me, but I couldn't say who it was. Glad to see that someone could step in and make a positive identification. Avram (talk) 07:35, 19 April 2010 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of The Devil's Pass Key (1920 film)[edit]

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Miss Morris[edit]

Hi. 6 march 2009 you edited the lusitania article and added a detail about ships sunk by U20 before lusitania, here [4]. Ive just been reading Beesly, Room 40, p 102 where he observes that U 20 sank a three masted schooner clalled 'the earl ot lathom'. i was wondering therefore about the discrepancy and where your list of names comes from? Sandpiper (talk) 22:05, 15 August 2010 (UTC)

Thanks. Now all I have to worry about is whether its Lathom (as Beesly has it) or lataham as it also appears elsewhere. Sandpiper (talk) 21:18, 16 August 2010 (UTC)

White Gold (1927 film)[edit]

Welcome. We're quite appreciative that you have chosen to write an article for Wikipedia, but there are a few concerns in White Gold (1927 film) that you might consider addressing. For film articles, it's not enough to show that the film simply exists. It is always best to show through references that the subject has received critical review and/or coverage in multiple sources in order to meet notability criteria for films. First and foremost is proper sourcing for the article, as Wikipedia requires that information in articles be cited back to reliable sources (not blogs, not facebook, not twitter, not myspace, not IMDB). Please consider visiting my essay on films to see how to gauge if your article meets inclusion criteria. And always feel free to ask for input or advice from editors at WikiProject Films on the project's talk page. Best regards, Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 05:53, 22 October 2010 (UTC)

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The Incorrigible Dukane[edit]

Hi Koplimek. I saw the The Incorrigible Dukane article while I was patrolling new pages, If you can increase the article length to 1500 characters of prose (so not including the references or infobox) then it would make a good WP:DYK candidate as the oldest surviving John Barrymore film. It would need a better reference than ImDb mind... Dylanfromthenorth (talk) 10:55, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

Let me know if you ever need help[edit]

I'll be happy to help you improve any articles that need more referencing or anything like that. Just hit me up on my talk page whenever something comes up. SilverserenC 16:57, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

DYK for The Incorrigible Dukane[edit]

Hi. I've nominated The Incorrigible Dukane, an article you worked on, for consideration to appear on the Main Page as part of Wikipedia:Did you know. You can see the hook for the article here, where you can improve it if you see fit. Dylanfromthenorth (talk) 20:52, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

Award of Good Fellowship[edit]

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I am honored to present you with this Award of Good Fellowship for your cooperation with other editors in improving the article The Incorrigible Dukane. Encouraging other's continued participation through positive and supportive action is one of the surest ways to both keep editors and to make Wikipedia a better place... and you have done both. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 23:37, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

Sorry about that.....[edit]

I have replaced the Connecticut Yankee image with one properly named. Sorry for the original typo. It was late. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 08:11, 3 November 2010 (UTC)

Took care of the rest[edit]

It took a little time, but the articles you listed HERE now all have images uploaded and added. I also gave the articles a few very minor tweaks. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 18:43, 6 November 2010 (UTC)

DYK for The Incorrigible Dukane[edit]

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You did it again.... ouch[edit]

Please remember that the correct place to post to me is on my talk page... not my user page. I have thus moved your recent posting and responded there. Best, Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 07:01, 13 November 2010 (UTC)

Been busy....[edit]

I've been working on the list here and am making some progress. I am most proud of my efforts at turning this stub into a decent start class article. Lots of fun. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 08:21, 25 November 2010 (UTC)

More[edit]

Lots of great sources found for The Devil's Pass Key. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 04:23, 27 November 2010 (UTC)

DYK for Smouldering Fires (film)[edit]

The DYK project (nominate) 12:03, 4 December 2010 (UTC)

We're bumping heads[edit]

We're bumpiing edits at White Shadows in the South Seas. If you would not mind, may I go through and add sourcing? Then invite you back for further cleanup? Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 04:05, 5 December 2010 (UTC)

Added the image[edit]

Added the image and then gave it a few tweaks. Nice job. I expect others may build on it.

After that I got an itch and began to scratch. Check out what is growing HERE. I figure its time to turn a LOT of redlinks to blue. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 07:54, 5 December 2010 (UTC)

I blame this on you :)[edit]

That Clyde De Vinna now is a sourced article in mainspace, I blame on you. Thanks. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 10:14, 5 December 2010 (UTC)

And if you want to learn some amazing stuff about De Vinna, take a look at this online preserved book form 1941... Chapter 5 and on.[5] An amazing fellow. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 23:01, 5 December 2010 (UTC)
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Legagneux[edit]

You recently mentioned diff that Legagneux committed suicide, rather than having died in an accident. Do you have a reliable source for this? In Popular Mechanics Feb. 1915 on page 195 his name is listed as a aviation-related death on 6 July 1914. Are you saying that he committd suicide by deliberately crashing his aircraft? If you have a reliable source stating that this is the case, it would be very interesting, since I have been unable to confirm this via online sources. Thanks. --TraceyR (talk) 10:39, 8 January 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for the link, which states "... il se tue à Saumur en tombant dans la Loire en essayant un avion, victime de sa passion."
My knowledge of French regrettably leaves a lot to be desired, but my understanding of this sentence is that "he died at Saumur when he crashed into the Loire while testing an aeroplane, a victim of his passion" (i.e. for flying). I came across this reply to a question about whether "se tuer" implies suicide:
Re: "se tuer" vs "se suicider"
In English there is usually no difference between to commit suicide and to kill one's self
He killed himself by taking poison.
se tuer - accidentally kill one's self
"Il s'est tué en voiture" would mean "He was killed in a car accident".
Based on this, and the fact that no other source mentions suicide, I don't think that we can claim that Legagneux commited suicide. --TraceyR (talk) 00:46, 9 January 2011 (UTC)

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Erté[edit]

Is "appareil" suposed to be "apparel"? -- AnonMoos (talk) 21:53, 13 March 2011 (UTC)

Kyrle Bellew[edit]

Thank you! I'd had some in the works and your refs did help. I just thought he was a fascinating character. If I find anymore, I'll put it on the page. The picture of Bellew in a dress [6] is real as far as I know (even though Bain News Service can be somewhat unreliable). I think it was for his role in 1902's "School for Scandal" or 1910's "The Scandal" where he had to dress in drag briefly, but he sure looks good for a 60-year-old man! The later play was a critical flop, but must have been somewhat entertaining. I also nominated the article for DYK. Froggerlaura (talk) 15:47, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

DYK for Kyrle Bellew[edit]

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thanks so much for letting me know.Koplimek (talk) 14:17, 24 June 2011 (UTC)

inre User:MichaelQSchmidt/Newcomer's guide to guidelines[edit]

You are cordially invited to User:MichaelQSchmidt/Newcomer's guide to guidelines as I feel its going live is imminent and I value additional eyes and input. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 00:55, 12 August 2011 (UTC)

Film director categories[edit]

Well, for what it's worth, I created the category because it was already sitting as a redlink on seven or eight film articles (which isn't supposed to happen, as categories aren't supposed to be added to articles until they actually exist, but I digress). For what it's worth, any filmmaker who's directed a reasonable number of films that have Wikipedia articles of their own is allowed to have a comparable category, so there's no reason why you couldn't create one for Chautard as well — but for Chester Franklin, I'd suggest concentrating on an actual article about him before worrying about whether there's a dedicated category for his films or not. Bearcat (talk) 16:45, 13 September 2011 (UTC)

Found a better one:[edit]

check The Garden of Eden (1928 film) :) Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 06:18, 1 October 2011 (UTC)

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Fun times...[edit]

All but one. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 04:27, 3 October 2011 (UTC)

Bloggers in the outside world are not nearly as concerned with copyright and attribution as we are at Wikipedia. For The Isle of Lost Ships (1923 film) someone had made a collage of multiple images. And while the collage assemblage itself might be the intellectual property of the blogger, the included original poster from Associated First National is not. So I used an online tool to remove the unattributed-by-blogger image and present it as the single poster intended, shared by, and properly attributed to Associated First National. And while happy you solved the Flickr problem, look at the cautions on THIS page. Certainly the Flicker user could not assert a copyright on someone else's work, but that does not prevent them from tagging images uploaded there with a "all rights reserved" tag and locking it from download. It would seem that Flicker does not investigate misuse of such tags. I felt it better to avoid that can of worms.


And as you are so proactive in preserving early cinematic history, might you consider being a coordinator for WikiProject Films? We need more editors who have a grasp of the importance of preserving film heritage. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 18:38, 3 October 2011 (UTC)

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See The Lost Squadron[edit]

Although it was a faithful reproduction, it was still a replica F2B that somewhat bizzarely appears in Death Hunt, not at all what pilot Wop May was really flying in the actual Mad Trapper air chase. FWiW Bzuk (talk) 06:09, 13 January 2012 (UTC).

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a 1925 "lost" film[edit]

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Hi Michael, Happy New Year. Sure, I'd be glad to. Thanks for alerting me.Koplimek (talk) 20:24, 24 January 2012 (UTC)

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Thanks for your reply. I guessed that the poster was for TWF but that there was some quirk to the translation. I think that you have figured things out. My only concern was that another editor might remove the link since there was no info about this alternate title in the body of the article. On the other hand that might never happen. Thanks again for taking the time to reply to my request. MarnetteD | Talk 01:28, 28 April 2013 (UTC)

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Oops, thought I'd left a not saying I'd done that edit...glad you approve & thanks for clearing up some of my (typically) sloppy editing. I still think a thousand quid a lot of money...it's not to be sneezes at today, and in those days would have cought you a couple of Gnome engines & was the annual salary of the Director of the Royal Aircraft Factory.TheLongTone (talk) 15:07, 25 October 2013 (UTC)

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  • Thanks for reordering by alpha. Can you add a source for McDowell to the South River article? The Strang source would be appropriate, and it would be even more useful if you had a version of the source that was available online, perhaps through Google Books. I do see versions of the book online, but perhaps you know of an online accessible version of the specific 1899 version. Thanks again. Alansohn (talk) 01:46, 4 November 2013 (UTC)
    • WP:LISTPEOPLE specifies that notables included in articles, like the one for South River, are to have reliable and verifiable sources establishing a connection between the person and the place. I'd always prefer a source that can be confirmed by clicking a link, rather than by searching in an archive for a book more than 100 years old and long out of print, but the one thing that's needed is a reliable and verifiable source. The source should be added as soon as possible, otherwise WP:LISTPEOPLE specifies that the entry should be removed. Alansohn (talk) 03:21, 4 November 2013 (UTC)

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Hi. We've gone through this before. If a film is lost, a reliable source should say so. If the only source you can find says the status is unknown, that's not lost and it should not be categorized as such. I asked this on the film Wikiproject and was told the exact same thing. If you want to seek a new consensus about it or bring the topic back up on the Wikiproject page, feel free to do so and I'll even add my two cents again but I don't think saying "it's well known that the film is lost" is how we should go about categorizing films. Film articles are held to the same standards as other articles and I'm sure I can't go to any page here, add some content I think I know to be true without a source and expect others to take my word. I know sources exist that support this kind of information because I've found them myself for numerous articles. Pinkadelica 19:14, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

I don't think I understand your last message. It's not semantics to say a film is lost. Lost means just that - its whereabouts are unknown. I wouldn't say a lost person is dead just because I don't know where the person is. I can presume they're dead after a reasonable amount of absence but I cannot definitively say the person is gone forever unless there is proof. As I said above, I asked the community and was told we don't say a film is lost unless a reliable source says so. That's pretty clear to me but if you want to debate this, let's open it back up the community because it seems like you think this is my personal opinion and I'm pulling this "rule" out of the air for kicks. I'm not trying to give you a hard time about this but we obviously don't see eye to eye and some sort of common ground needs to be reached before this goes forward. Pinkadelica 19:59, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

Can you track down a poster...[edit]

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A confusing issue, but we have sources citing Ford for Rustlers and Barker for The Rustlers. Apparently the two men worked closely together at Universal,[7] and it appears that Barker directed and Ford found talent and was producer. Schmidt, Michael Q. 22:23, 25 March 2014 (UTC)

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Re: film posters[edit]

Sorry this is sort of late. Had to be out of town for a bit without laptop and internet access. Still have some RL things going on but will try to get up to speed again soon. When it comes to determining if the poster is post-1923 public domain, it depends on either the film company didn't mark their posters as copyrighted, or in the case of the poster having a copyright, that the film was not renewed by the movie company.

We have quite a few posters here which are licensed as non-free; when I'm able to find a large enough copy that hasn't been cropped so I can see if there are really any copyright marks or not, I'll change the license and upload a larger copy of the poster. If you're interested, there are some films whose posters do have copyright marks but when you get hold of a large enough copy of the lobby cards for the film, the movie company didn't copyright the lobby cards. ;) When Subway Sadie was at FA review, it had a very small copy of the film's poster. I couldn't find anything large enough to prove that the poster didn't have a copyright mark, but a very nice, large lobby card for the lost film did surface and it's what you see in the infobox there. :) I keep looking and either change licenses when I can or if I find something we don't have and it's not marked, I upload the poster or lobby card. We hope (talk) 22:36, 4 October 2014 (UTC)

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Export hell seidel steiner.png Please join me so I don't have to drink alone. :-) Have found a copy of the Dearie poster--they're really tough to find a copy of. The problem is that it's in sort of rough shape in spots, especially the background where there's been a lot of old folds and creases. If I can't work things out with it, I'll upload it and ask for one of our graphics people to lend a hand.

Hope you'll also have a wonderful holiday season! We hope (talk) 01:28, 2 December 2014 (UTC)

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Re; Dearie poster[edit]

File:Dearie poster.jpg This is the only copy I've been able to find on the internet. It's now at the Graphics Lab, so cross your fingers someone will be able to work with it soon.;) We hope (talk) 20:24, 7 December 2014 (UTC)

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Re: Dearie[edit]

Glad you like it-thought it turned out very nicely too. Here's where I found the poster and it's very easy to get lost in just looking here as there's so many posters, card and stills. Am trying to work my way through it and upload what we don't have that's PD, but need to also keep up with what's around in the non-silents, television shows, music and trains. What a mixture! :)

Was recently working on Don Terry with Dr. B. An old film magazine told about how he was a tourist discovered in the old Café Montmartre at lunch, hoping to see some movie stars. The way he got into films was amazing, but somehow I wandered over to his Find-A-Grave page and started reading a bio of his wife. She was a daughter of the founder of Star-Kist Tuna. He reverted to his birth name and went to work for the tuna company after he came home from WWII. They were philanthropists who gave over $30 million to USC alone over time. Can you imagine--being discovered as he was and then being so well-off through his marriage? I was stunned, because so often you read stories like this and there are no reliable sources--this one has them. I'd been hoping to get the Dearie poster up (without all the wrinkles) for the holidays and am glad we can all enjoy it and them! We hope (talk) 01:46, 12 December 2014 (UTC)

Rudolf Berthold[edit]

Hello,

What a pleasant surprise, to receive a Barnstar for an article long done. Once upon a time, I had pretensions of taking Berthold to FA status, but tired of the inanities of the assessment process, and moved on.

I was moved by the sheer blind patriotic courage with which he persevered. I also enjoyed ruining that old myth about him being strangled to death with his Blue Max's ribbon.

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BTW, if you have the patient knack of dealing with assessment, this article could probably reach FA status with no substantive changes. Certainly, it is under-rated at B Class. Info in it comes from the most recent sources.Georgejdorner (talk) 20:09, 18 December 2014 (UTC)


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Re: Dearie book[edit]

I clicked a link while I was at your Amazon link and see there are quite a few offers to sell copies as very reasonable prices. The best bet looks like the "Like New" for $4.99 & shipping. Until McFarland made the generous offer to donate books, I'd looked at prices for the Perry Como biography, which is out of print. Some people with copies were asking $50 and up for them on eBay and the like-Wow! :-) We hope (talk) 18:17, 4 February 2015 (UTC)

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Re: posters[edit]

I'll get going on these ASAP. Can tell you now that the Scarlet Seas choice #1 is a large enough scan for me to see that there are no copyright marks, so that's easily PD. The PD or not question from 1923 on is whether you can find a full copy (borders not trimmed as this is usually where any copyright marks are found) to determine that they didn't copyright the poster or card.

We have posters and lobby cards for many films which have had their copyrights renewed, but when the posters or lobby cards were originally printed, they were not copyright marked, so they're in the public domain. The next step for me with a small or trimmed card or poster is to see if copyrights for the film and its materials were renewed. If that's the case, it can be licensed as copyright not renewed. Will also try to see if some larger copies of some of these can be found; even if they're not in such good shape, if they're large enough and have the borders, they can tell us if it's PD or not.  :) We hope (talk) 20:32, 13 May 2015 (UTC)