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John Coffey (Character)
from The Green Mile (1999)

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The Green Mile -- Oscar nominated best picture adaptation of a Stephen King novel about agentle giant of a prisoner with supernatural powers who brings a senseof spirit and humanity to his guards.
The Green Mile -- The story about the lives of guards on death row leading up to the execution of black man accused of child murder & rape, who has the power of faith healing.

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Biography:
In a Louisiana nursing home in 1999, Paul Edgecomb... See more »

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  1. "Robot Chicken"
        - Fridge Smell (2016) TV episode, Played by Donald Faison

  2. "The Simpsons"
        - The Frying Game (2002) TV episode, Played by Hank Azaria

  3. The Green Mile (1999) Played by Michael Clarke Duncan
    ... aka "Stephen King's The Green Mile" - USA (complete title)

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From The Green Mile (1999)
John Coffey: You know, I fell asleep this afternoon and had me a dream. I dreamed about Del's mouse.
Paul Edgecomb: Did you, John?
John Coffey: I dreamed he got down to that place Boss Howell talked about, that Mouseville place. I dreamed there was kids, and how they laughed at his tricks! My! I dreamed those two little blonde-headed girls were there. They 'us laughing, too. I put my arms around 'em and sat 'em on my knees, and there 'us no blood comin' outta their hair and they 'us fine. We all watch Mr. Jingles roll that spool, and how we did laugh. Fit to bust, we was.
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