I've been going through the pages here on the wiki and been thinking about a standard naming style for the pages. And so there are some things I need some opinions on:
So far almost all the pages for Captain Hook characters have the style "Captain Hook (<insert qualifier>)". It makes sense, since this would be the most common title used for the character and what visitors would search for.
But, in keeping with this style, what about Mr. Darling? If I was looking for Wendy Darling's father from the 2003 film, I would search for "Mr. Darling". But this is not the character's real name, which is George Darling. However, as a visitor, this wouldn't really matter as I probably wouldn't remember that his name was George. Should the page be named "Mr. Darling (2003)" with a "George Darling (2003)" acting as a redirect towards it, or vice versa?
Another thing, for the characters from the TV series Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates, should they have the qualifier of "<charactername> (Fox)" or "<charactername> (Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates)". First is shorter and thus easier to work with, but probably wouldn't as informative in saying that <charactername> is from the Fox series.
Similar problem, for the characters from the 1988 animated cartoon, should they have the naming style of ""<charactername> (1988)" or "<charactername> (Burbank Films Studio)"? I'm more in favour of the former, which is easier to use, but could possibly be confused with the Disney versions.
Please let me know of any of your opinions or suggestions regarding this. Thanks in advance.