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Is it really "Dulmer" instead of "Dulmur"? Of course, only the first one would be a correct anagram of "Mulder", but StarTrek.com uses "Dulmur". Could someone check the script, if available? The incorrect spelling (whichever that is) should be kept as a redirect. -- Cid Highwind 12:26, 2005 Jan 12 (CET)
- The "FINAL DRAFT", dated August 20, 1996, uses Dulmur. Don't ask me why that spelled it that way, because it makes little sense. -- Harry 12:28, 12 Jan 2005 (CET)
- The spelling Dulmer fits better to the established anagrams of Mulder (Dulmer) and Scully (Lucsly) -- Rebelstrike2005 12:59, 12 Jan 2005 (CET)
- Still, I think we should use the "official" spelling for the article, keep the other spelling as a redirect, and add a small note regarding the probable "misspelling" to the existing note about the anagrams. -- Cid Highwind 13:55, 2005 Jan 12 (CET)
- Very well, I agree--Rebelstrike2005 15:47, 12 Jan 2005 (CET)
- Has anyone verified it with the credits on the DVD´s? Otherwise the mistake is at StarTrek.com - not here!
- On his IMDB profile Jack Blessing is listed as playing "Temporal Security Agent Dulmer"
- Keep in mind that when it comes to canon IMDB is irrelevant, DVD captioning and TV captioning is irrelevant, and StarTrek.com is irrelevant -- none of these sources are written by or reviewed by the actual writers/producers themselves, and all have shown serious problems when it comes to checking facts or presenting accurate data, despite the many advantages of using them as a data source, their spellings are atrocious. -- Captain Mike K. Bartel 01:31, 24 Jan 2005 (CET)
- I thought the encyclopedia used Dulmer, not Dulmur. --Admiral Martin I 11:59, 26 Aug 2005 (UTC)