Can you please stop requesting other people to edit a page for you? It is not only very rude and annoying to begin with, but it is also against the rules here. If you are this desperate to have the Mrs. Hudson page edited, then do it yourself. You can’t find any information about the character on the internet? Then rewatch the film. That’s far better than borderline harassment, which is what you’re doing. If you keep this up, I’ll have to report you.
Then I should have requested this in the Talk page earlier and they will see if they can sort it out. Look, I don't want to cause an argument, but I have seen the film and I know what happens in it. Let's just settle this and patch things up. I just wanted help because I have just created that article yesterday and no one has done it. Plus, because people have seen that film, not one of any person has even edited it on any Wikia at all. At some point, there might be information on IMDb, Wikipedia or others, except FANDOM or other websites. But I was thinking if you or other admins can watch the film and understand what happens in it, then hopefully ask me questions by giving me answers about the movie that you watched so that I can add them to Biography and Personality. Try asking some admins if you and them can watch the movie Holmes & Watson so that you can hopefully give me questions and answers about the film's villain that I am going to edit. What do you say about that? Maybe some admins might edit it after watching the movie. When you finish watching the movie, send me a list of answers that I can add in that article. Okay?
Once again, you are listing a slew of actions that you can easily just do yourself. Why can’t you just watch the movie again? You’re taking unneeded risks when you clearly have other available options.
How many times do I have to say it? You don’t have to take the risk, because it’s not that urgent, but if you’re really that desperate to expand the page, then just rewatch the film yourself. Simple as that. And if you’re just going to post a “public request” in the talk page as you described, then I’m afraid I’ll have to go against that idea too.