Talk:Gone in Sixty Seconds

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Just curious why we went with spelling out "Sixty" vs "60". I see it's mixed on IMDb and Wikipedia. Page looks great by the way. Glad to have this addition on the site! Tleeg 04:42, 17 August 2010 (UTC)

The title on IMDb is 'Sixty' so I used that as the 'official' title.Bthebest 10:12, 17 August 2010 (UTC)
Do you feel IMDb is more accurate than Wikipedia? Definitely possible. I have never registered on IMDb, but it seems like people can edit on that site too. No? Tleeg 16:59, 17 August 2010 (UTC)
I am signed up to IMDb and I do trust it more than Wikipedia, as everything goes through a moderator/admin. IMDb is actually a company of sorts as oppose to Wikipedia which is more like this site. As a point, we also have IMDb first on our links. Bthebest 18:45, 17 August 2010 (UTC)
Great points and info. Thanks Tim. Tleeg 19:20, 17 August 2010 (UTC)
Original movie is titled numerically... Should we rather than having a redirect to this film have the original film listed as Gone in 60 Seconds with links on each page to the remake and original respectively? Sandie 08:27, 13 April 2011 (MDT)
Various different sources use different titles and as you can see we had this debate earlier ^^. Can you give a source that you think justifies changing the name? Bthebest - IMPDb Administrator 11:41, 13 April 2011 (MDT)
Sorry I am not being clear enough. I am not advocating a change of this page's title. I am suggesting that we list the original 1974 movie as Gone in 60 Seconds. At the moment that page name is a redirect to the page for this 2000 movie. The earlier movie is listed as 60 seconds on IMDb so it is fair that the two movies can have differing titles. This page just remains as it is just without Gone in 60 Seconds acting as a redirect to it.Sandie 13:16, 13 April 2011 (MDT)
Ahh, I see what you mean now. Yeah, go ahead and us '60' for the 1974 film, will sort out the links after. Bthebest - IMPDb Administrator 14:50, 13 April 2011 (MDT)