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If you have come across a screen shot of a watch from a movie or TV show you can submit it to the site for posting by following the below guidelines.

All submissions must include:

  • Screen shot width must be at least 550px wideit is very helpful if it is a clear, unobstructed shot of the watch. Larger images are of course appreciated. Unedited screen shots are preferred, feel free to include related stock images of the watch.
    • (It would be very helpful if the submitted images were named with the movie title (no spaces), underscore, actor or watch. For example: GilligansIsland_TheProfessor This is the format I use when posting and it would speed up the process.)
  • Name of the movie, TV show or appearance
  • Actor name and/or character name
  • Brand name of the watch (unknown is acceptable)
  • How you would like your name referenced in the post

There are two ways to submit, via the form below or email (instructions after the form).

*Name:
*Email:
*Show Title:
*Actor:
Character:
*Watch:
*Submitted by:
*Image 1:
Image 2:
Image 3:
Image 4:
Image 5:

* denotes a required field.


If you are unable to use the form or it does not work you can email you submission to admin@watchesinmovies.info.

Here is the required info you can copy and paste into an email:

Title:
Actor:
Character:
Watch:
Submitted by:

If any of the above are missing I will have to skip the submission; it takes enough time without having to look up missing information. Images are uploaded in a completely haphazard and random method. Basically, I’m a one man operation and I upload as soon as I can.

Thank you again for your support. My thanks to my friends at the PMWF, TimeZone and WatchUSeek for their submissions, as well as uber-submitters Lauri, Thwizzit and Biffo.


If you are unsure of how to take a screenshot on your computer, check out take-a-screenshot.org for tips and how to. If the watch you want is on your TV you can take a picture of the screen with your camera and use it. I suggest a well lit room and a tripod if possible. It’s not perfect, but it works.