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The Green Mile

By Credo, published on Dec 5, 2013

...healing powers. The events are told from the point of view of the chief guard, Paul Edgecomb, a cynical but fair man who shows more humanity and understanding than the average prison guard, and who will eventually doubt the criminal culpability of John Coffey


RIP Michael Clarke Duncan 1957- 2012 aka John Coffey "The Green Mile" They say he was homeless before he became famous.

Green is a cool color that symbolizes nature and the natural world. Green also represents tranquility, good luck, health, and jealousy. ("Green with envy")

The color green is the... (more)

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Those Memorable Characters

By Randy Mitchell, published on Sep 7, 2012

The recent death of actor, Michael Clarke Duncan at such an early age made me stop, and remember all the memorable roles he played during his short time on the silver screen. For instance, I loved him as accused murderer, John Coffey in The Green Mile. He was a huge, extremely powerful-looking man upon first glance. Then, as the storyline unfolded, you couldn’t help but see him in a completely different light—loving, caring, a gentle giant, a person I found wishing I had as a buddy, friend, or next door neighbor. He was actually an angel living inside an extremely intimidating figure, a tough... (more)

Tags: entertainment, characters, celebrities, randy mitchell, michael clarke duncan, unforgettable people, celebrity deaths

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