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“South Park,” “Croissant de Triomphe,” Lily Tomlin Take Home 2013 Creative Arts Emmy Awards

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The 2013 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were granted, with the following winners in categories with animated properties in contention:

Outstanding Animated Program: South Park “Raising The Bar” (Comedy Central/Central Productions)

Outstanding Short-Format Animated Program: “Disney Mickey Mouse Croissant de Triomphe” (Disney.com/Disney Television Animation)

Outstanding Voice-Over Performance: Lily Tomlin – An Apology to Elephants (HBO/HBO Family)

For a full list of nominees, check out Toonzone’s earlier coverage.

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