Writer, director and cast member Seth MacFarlane poses at the premiere of "Ted" at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California in this file photo taken June 21, 2012. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files
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Producer-director Seth MacFarlane has been sued by a California production company for allegedly stealing the idea for a foul-mouthed talking bear with a penchant for drinking, drugs and prostitutes for his 2012 hit movie "Ted".Among the other defendants are MacFarlane's Fuzzy Door Productions Inc and Comcast Corp's Universal Studios, which released the movie.MacFarlane directed, co-wrote and co-produced "Ted," and provided the bear's voice. The movie starred Mark Wahlberg.
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