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Hi there, my name's Peter Coombe and I'm a Wikimedia Community Fellow working on a project to improve Wikipedia's help system. At the moment I'm trying to learn more about how people use and find the current help pages. If you could help by filling out this brief survey about your experiences, I'd be very grateful. It should take less than 10 minutes, and your responses will not be tied to your username in any way.
Kenji Mizoguchi article edits
Do you have a citation (a reliable source) for the claims about influences? There is nothing in the article text about any of these people. Could you find a reliable source for these? If you don't know how to add that to the article, please ask and I'll try to help. If you don't add a citation, since the influences aren't supported in the article text anywhere, the edits will have to be removed. Thanks. JoshuSasori (talk) 02:48, 9 November 2012 (UTC)
- Sorry but I removed them - it needs to be supported in the article text or have a citation. JoshuSasori (talk) 04:02, 9 November 2012 (UTC)
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