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People dressed as "Smurfs" to promote film in Mexico City

2011-06-26 08:27:14 GMT2011-06-26 16:27:14(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Women dressed as "Smurfs" use portable toilets during a promotional event in Mexico City June 25, 2011. Promoters for the film "The Smurfs" gathered volunteers dressed as "Smurfs" to take part in a Global Guinness World Record attempt for the most people dressed as "Smurfs" ever. (Xinhua/Reuters)

People dressed as "Smurfs" attend a promotional event in Mexico City June 25, 2011. Promoters for the film "The Smurfs" gathered volunteers dressed as "Smurfs" to take part in a Global Guinness World Record attempt for the most people dressed as "Smurfs" ever. (Xinhua/Reuters)

People dressed as "Smurfs" pose for photographs during a promotional event in Mexico City June 25, 2011. Promoters for the film "The Smurfs" gathered volunteers dressed as "Smurfs" to take part in a Global Guinness World Record attempt for the most people dressed as "Smurfs" ever. (Xinhua/Reuters)

A little girl dressed as "Smurfette" attends a promotional event in Mexico City June 25, 2011. Promoters for the film "The Smurfs" gathered volunteers dressed as "Smurfs" to take part in a Global Guinness World Record attempt for the most people dressed as "Smurfs" ever. (Xinhua/Reuters)

People dressed as "Smurfs" pose for photographs during a promotional event in Mexico City June 25, 2011. Promoters for the film "The Smurfs" gathered volunteers dressed as "Smurfs" to take part in a Global Guinness World Record attempt for the most people dressed as "Smurfs" ever. (Xinhua/Reuters)

Promoters for the film "The Smurfs" gathered volunteers dressed as "Smurfs" to take part in a Global Guinness World Record attempt for the most people dressed as "Smurfs" ever.

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