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'Team America': Puppet Fun from 'South Park' Duo

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'Team America': Puppet Fun from 'South Park' Duo

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Day to Day technology contributor Xeni Jardin talks to South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone about their new movie Team America: World Police. The film — "acted" entirely by live-action marionettes — will open in selected theaters this weekend.

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