As of this post (since Wikipedia is always changing), it’s there if you go to “Gardnerville, Nevada” instead of “Gardnerville, NV”. Seems to be a problem with the redirect. It may take time for the redirect to refresh or something.
As said later, it’s there but not if you go to the first link. You have to refresh to see it.
I wouldn’t think anything of having an addition deleted within hours of posting it; Crapopedia’s super star editor guardian class bots out anything not conforming to their standards. Like, entries from people who aren’t other super star guardian editors.
I completely understand WP’s rules and desires. I have lost count of the factual, verified, cited additions I have made to pages that were reverted, sometimes within minutes, by an arbitrary wikighod, sometimes for reasons so breathtakingly stupid and opaque they were works of art. I’ve both stopped trying to add and correct things, and stopped arguing with WP defenders about the reasoning behind this behavior. You’re welcome to it.
I’m coming up on 3000 edits, and again, I have never had a cited addition reverted. I do run into annoying shithead editors, particularly one asshole who seems to live to reduce the size of images. But then, I spend most of my time adding references, re-writing for quality and adding my own photographs.
None, any more. I despise Wikipedia and pretty much all it stands for; having discovered that neither I nor Philip Roth are allowed to make additions or corrections to topics we are expert on pretty much nailed the door of my interest shut.
I added a direct and contemporary reference to the Wikipedia article. Google Books kicks ass. It was very simple to do. Just visit Google Books and search Gardnerville AND “Wild is the Wind” and two references popped up, including a wool industry newsletter report about filming the movie. “Many of the scenes in this picture were shot at the Wallace Park Ranch in Garnerville, Nevada…”