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John Bennett (Character)
from Ted (2012)

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Ted -- John Bennett is a grown man whose cherished teddy bear, Ted, came to life as the result of a childhood wish ... and has refused to leave his side ever since.
Ted -- Clip: John And Lori Have A Date With Ted And Tami-Lynn
Ted -- Featurette: Directorial Debut
Ted -- TV Spot: Everyone Review
Ted -- Clip: John Tries To Guess The Name Of Ted's Girlfriend

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Biography:
Jonathan "John" Bennett is the main protagonist of the Ted franchise... See more »
Alternate Names:
Teenage John / Young John

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  1. Ted 2 (2015) Played by Mark Wahlberg

  2. Ted (2012) Played by Mark Wahlberg / Bretton Manley (as Young John) / Colton Shires (as Teenage John)

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Quotes:
From Ted (2012)
[John rushes to Ted's apartment]
Ted: Johnny, thank Christ you made it.
John: Dude, I got 10 minutes. Where's Flash Gordon?
Ted: Okay, get ready. Hey Sam, this is the guy I was telling you about.
['Flash's Theme' plays as John sees Sam Jones turn around and walk toward him. He then imagines a scene from 'Flash Gordon' where they both ride a rocket cycle in the skies of Mongo]
Sam J. Jones: How you doing?
[Offers bro fist]
Sam J. Jones: Good to meet you.
John: [Does bro fist with Sam] I thank you for saving every one of us.
Sam J. Jones: You're welcome.
[...]
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