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And the nominees are:
Creative Arts Emmys list, part I
"Robot Chicken" joins the ranks this year (after earning a general animation Emmy in 2006) -- so yet again the Academy acknowledges a cutting-edge toon.
Self-proclaimed "Star Wars" geeks, the producers of "Robot Chicken" deliver a big wet kiss to the film series' fans with this clever animated special -- a rapid-fire barrage of gags that includes…