I see you have started creating pages with nothing but the words To be written again. As I have told you many times before, please do not do that. Pages should have much more content on them than that.
how long? i just havent fininish them OK!? Got that!? so do you have 🖕-in laws on this page right!? and i aplogize for that behavior. CLEAR? I Get Rules Now. So if you can help find the classic actors playing characters starting now.
When you create pages for voice actors or actresses, the page should specify which Disney character(s) the actor played. After all, that is the entire reason the person has a page on this wiki in the first place.
Articles really should be longer than what you've been creating. They should have an accurate description of the thing and list of the characters it features. They should also have a picture. Also, articles must be written from an in-universe perspective, meaning that, except in the "Behind the scenes" section, you must act as if you are describing something that actually happened. Here is a link to the rules, which outlines all of these things: http://scrooge-mcduck.wikia.com/wiki/Scrooge_McDuck_Wiki_Rules_and_Guidelines
Also, please do not create articles that are one simple sentence, such as the Tony Anselmo page, which was simply "voice of donal duck"[sic]. And, McMystery at McDuck Manor has already premiered, so the article about it should feature a plot description instead of simply having it's cast and U.S. premiere date.