A relatively popular story ID subject (with six confirmed answers and several additional probable answers) has something of a mess with respect to duplicate management.
The first time that this was asked about was in Feb 2013, and it was answered and accepted then:
Some duplicates were later closed against it:
- trying to identify SF anime film shown on British TV in 1980s or '90s
- Please help to identify an animated movie: a boy lost on a jungle planet (80-90-s)
Some years later in May 2018, this movie was asked about and got an accepted answer for a fourth time:
At that time, #1 was closed as a duplicate of #2, despite the fact that #1 was already a duplicate hub. This created a duplicate chain.
Some later duplicates have also been closed against #2:
- Space-themed cartoon film seen on TV in the mid-80's with a pair of blobby telepathic aliens and relativistic aging
- Animation (possibly anime) with space station made of two hemispheres
In addition to a new question today that will be a duplicate if its answer is accepted (1980s sci-fi anime film with a scene where a human boy and an alien are walking through a swamp, and the alien is caught and killed by living vines), there is also an old question with an accepted answer that should be closed:
- Fantasy Animation from the 80's. Companion pulled into ceiling by tentacles. Other turns around and companion is just 'gone'
What's the best way to resolve this tangle and establish a proper hub question for current and future duplicates?