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Wallace and Grommit wins big at Baftas
Wallace and Grommit wins big at Baftas
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Children's Awards named the animated film Wallace and Gromit's "The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" best film. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Children's Awards named the animated film Wallace and Gromit's "The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" best film.

"Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" received 100,000 votes from children for the Bafta Kids' Vote, the BBC reported Monday.

CITV's Holly Willoughby, from Holly and Stephen's Saturday Showdown, won for best TV presenter, and Nickelodeon UK won best TV channel.

Raven, the BBC adventure game, won in the entertainment category.

Wallace and Gromit also took best British film at the main Bafta awards earlier this year, and also won best-animated film at the Oscars.

"Curse of the Were-Rabbit" creator Nick Park said his characters appeal to young and old folks around the world.

"I think humor's always a really universal thing. It seems to appeal across the board," he told BBC News 24.

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