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Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows Gone from UV & Secondary Accounts

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    #16
    You can also copy your transaction history from MA. Remove the retailers and the dates from the list. Then using Excel remove duplicates. This will give you your full list of titles that had transactions. However keep in mind that removals and additions look the same in that transaction history. You could then compare that number of titles to the number of titles displayed in My Movies. If those numbers don't match you would have to manually compare the titles in My Movies to the Excel list.

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      #17
      Originally posted by B2Net View Post
      You can also copy your transaction history from MA. Remove the retailers and the dates from the list. Then using Excel remove duplicates. This will give you your full list of titles that had transactions. However keep in mind that removals and additions look the same in that transaction history. You could then compare that number of titles to the number of titles displayed in My Movies. If those numbers don't match you would have to manually compare the titles in My Movies to the Excel list.
      This doesn't work very well because remakes and reboots sometimes look identical to the original in MA's transaction history.

      They will sometimes differentiate them by adding release year to the title such as Ghostbusters (2016) but I've run across many cases where they haven't done that so there's nothing to distinguish original from remake. For example, there's nothing to tell the original The Parent Trap from 1961 apart from the 1998 remake.

      And it's not just remakes and reboots that have this issue, it's also alternate versions of the same film, like when you have Extended, Unrated or Director's Cut of a movie listed separately from the Theatrical version.

      With the Ghostbusters (2016) example above, both the Theatrical version and the Extended version are listed identically and are impossible to tell apart in MA's transaction history.

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        #18
        It beats hand typing in every title and gets you close. For the multiple versions, remakes, etc you can hand type just those in once confirmed they are in your library. I agree it would be better if we could get a text list of owned titles from each provider to help with our inventory assessments.

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