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Tinkerbell Question

Shouldn't "Tinkerbell" be "Tinker Bell"? I thought it was two words, or at least this (linkwould make it appear that way... Is it possible to edit the title of the spot, so that it's correct?

I also found this:
"First, her name is Tinker Bell, two words. 'Some people make it one word, but do you know how Tinker Bell got her name?' asked Margaret Kerry, the inspiration and body double for the world's most famous fairy in Disney's animated classic Peter Pan. 'She mended the pots and pans for the Lost Boys. She was a tinker. And she never spoke. She just had a bell. So that was her name: Tinker Bell,' Kerry said." From squidoo.com
 mycrownofjewels posted over a year ago
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lama56 said:
its a full name only.but tinkerbell got her name by her talent.her talent was as a tinker.so she got the name tinkerbell and now all of them calls her as tinkerbell
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1fanoftink said:
I am By FAR Tinkerbell's BIGGEST EVER FAN!!! But I know that Tinkerbell is how her real name is meant to be.
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I am By FAR Tinkerbell's BIGGEST EVER FAN!!! But I know that Tinkerbell is how her real name is meant to be.
posted over a year ago 
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fanoftink1 posted over a year ago
Larry77 said:
It is Tinker Bell, both in the book and the movies. Wikipedia agrees that Tinkerbell and/or Tinkerbelle is just a common misspelling.
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