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Celia Foote (Character)
from The Help (2011)

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The Help -- Jackson, Mississippi, 1962: aspiring writer Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan (Stone) returns home after college, where unexpected friendships with African-American maids Aibeleen Clark (Davis) and Minny Jackson (Spencer) result in a book that gives a previously unheard voice to a community's suffering.
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Celia Foote is the wife of Johnny Foote, Ms Hilly Holbrook's old boyfriend... See more »

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  1. The Help (2011) Played by Jessica Chastain

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From The Help (2011)
Minny Jackson: [Johnny's escorted Minny to the house where Celia has an elegant meal on the table] What's this?
Celia Foote: [proudly] I cooked it all by myself.
Johnny Foote: Yes she did. She was up all night.
Celia Foote: I wanted to do something special. I wanted to say thank you.
Minny Jackson: So, I ain't losing my job?
Celia Foote: [shaking her head in surprise] No.
Johnny Foote: You have a job here for the rest of your life. If you want it.
Minny Jackson: [smiles in acceptance] That's a mile high meringue, Miss Celia?
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