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In pictures: Were-Rabbit UK premiere
Nick Park (centre) with Wallace and Gromit
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Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park brought some old friends with him as he attended Sunday's UK premiere of Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park
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A giant inflatable Gromit stood behind Nick Park as he arrived at the event, held in Leicester Square in central London.
Liz Smith
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Veteran actress Liz Smith, who voices the character of Mrs Mulch in the film, donned her glad-rags for the premiere.
Geraldine McEwan
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So did actress Geraldine McEwan, whose distinctive tones can be heard providing the voice for the character Miss Thripp.
Kym Marsh
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Former Hear'Say singer Kym Marsh received a warm welcome as she arrived at the central London launch.
Ralph Fiennes (left) with co-director Steve Box
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Actor Ralph Fiennes (left), who voices the villainous Victor Quartermaine in Curse of the Were-Rabbit, was reunited with the film's co-director, Steve Box (right).
John Thomson with daughter Olivia
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Cold Feet actor John Thomson, who voices the character of Mr Windfall in the animated film, brought his two-year-old daughter Olivia to the premiere.
Stephen Tompkinson and family
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Actor Stephen Tompkinson also brought family members along. Curse of the Were-Rabbit is released in the UK on 14 October.

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