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Thanks for your contributions, but I'm wondering what the source of your information is, as that isn't clear from the articles you started.
- My source is the film's script.
- You may wonder whether the names or only in the script, and not said on-screen. To that I would just like to say that all articles I've created are ones both in the script and heard on-screen.
- There are other names said on-screen that are not listed in the script. However, I only created Vader (cadet). If you would like to mark his article as one in need of attention, I understand. The others are all said on screen and in the script.
- Also, if I've caused any inconvenience, then I apologise.
- Polliver 02:12, October 6, 2011 (UTC)
You have done nothing wrong or inconvenient, I only wished to know where the info came from. :) We may want to make it clearer that the name was spoken during that scene, but that isn't anything unusual.
PS- I moved your post on my page to here to keep everything in one place.--31dot 02:38, October 6, 2011 (UTC)
- I wouldn't really say these were used on screen per se:
- The italicized parts may be what is being said, but there are either sound effects used over the dialog or the dialog is completely drowned out because it's mixed to be too low to hear clearly. The bold parts were clearly said, and are confirmed by the closed captions and subtitles on the DVD/Blu-rays . Also, Vader (cadet) is Rader, per the afore mentioned subtitles. That said, something was being said that we couldn't hear, and if this script is legit, I don't think there's a problem, but there needs to be a bg note added to the pages about this. - Archduk3 10:03, October 6, 2011 (UTC)
- Okay, thanks.
- Terribly sorry about the "Vader (cadet)" thing, by the way. It was rather rash of me to add that character.
- Polliver 19:57, October 6, 2011 (UTC)