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What are the characters in gnomeo and Juliet?


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Answered 2011-03-20 02:22:26

Gnomeo = Romeo, Juliet = Juliet, the pink flamingo = Friar laurance

Benny=Mercutio Nanette=Annette Tybalt and Paris have the same names in both

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