R | | Crime, Drama, Fantasy
The lives of guards on Death Row are affected by one of their charges: a black man accused of child murder and rape, yet who has a mysterious gift.
The crew made a small cannon to shoot chocolate goo at David Morse. The goo hit Morse so hard it went up his nose, in his eyes, and into his mouth. Morse wasn't amused, as he's allergic to chocolate.
Old Paul Edgecomb:
We each owe a death - there are no exceptions - but, oh God, sometimes the Green Mile seems so long.
When Paul Edgecombe returns to the Block after Del's execution, 'Wild Bill' Wharton has destroyed his own bunk. Later, when the guards are preparing to drug Wharton, he is seen laying on a mattress on the floor of his cell. When the drugs take effect and he collapses, though, he falls onto an intact bunk.
There are no opening credits after the title has been shown, followed by the opening scene for place of film. Although it is now commonplace for films to not have opening credits, in 1999 it was somewhat rather unusually and it was considered for a trademark of director Frank Darabont.
$18,017,152 (USA) (12 December 1999)
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