On the Policies and Guidelines page, under Notability, we say: "Every click should give a reader more information than they had before they clicked. We shouldn't have a page that simply repeats information given on the page that links to it." These pages only repeated information from the previous page, without adding anything -- a picture, writer/publisher information, audio releases or even a decent description.
I think in that case that it's better to delete the stub pages, and let other people re-create them whenever someone has the urge to create a worthwhile page. Does that make sense? -- Danny (talk) 05:49, 18 January 2009 (UTC)