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In my effort to merge the now-deleted list from the article Gay icon to the Gay icons category, I have added this page to the category. I engaged in this effort as a "human script", adding everyone from the list to the category, bypassing the fact-checking stage. That is what I am relying on you to do. Please check the article Gay icon and make a judgment as to whether this person or group fits the category. By distributing this task from the regular editors of one article to the regular editors of several articles, I believe that the task of fact-checking this information can be expedited. Thank you very much. Philwelch 22:20, 24 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Lesser known song: Mama's Pearls
This one was not a big success at all in the English-speaking countries, but in Finland! Singer Brita Koivunen recorded Suklaasydän in 1956, and got quite a good success with that! Just thought I mention it, but maybe not absolutely necessary to have IN the article. -andy 22.214.171.124 (talk) 00:58, 15 May 2008 (UTC)
There are TWO Margaret Whitings
In addition to Margaret Whiting, the American singer; there is also Margaret Whiting, the British actress and widow of actor Colin Blakely.
So, there should be two articles - Margaret Whiting (Singer) and Margaret Whiting (Actress) - and a disambiguation page.
See http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1338099/ for details.
- That's actually not the way it's done here when one of the people is overwhelmingly the first thought when you use the name, and the other is a footnote in history (that is, when one of the subjects is both primary for the term with respect to usage and to long-term significance). See Wikipedia:Disambiguation. If the actress gets her own article here, it would reside at Margaret Whiting (actress); the singer would remain at Margaret Whiting, and a disambiguation page would be set up at Margaret Whiting (disambiguation) (or a hatnote put on this article if there's only the one other article). But until the article on the actress gets written, this is a hypothetical problem. - Nunh-huh 21:04, 5 November 2015 (UTC)
Dubbing for Valley of the Dolls (1967) Film
Margaret Whiting is listed on the Valley of the Dolls (Film) page as having dubbed "I'll Plant My Own Tree" for actress Susan Hayward. Does that deserve a mention in the Whiting article? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mdarrenbailey (talk • contribs) 13:38, 27 December 2018 (UTC)