The Godfather - 1972
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The Godfather

Updated: 25 Sep 2020
Directors:
Francis Ford Coppola Albert S. Ruddy Mario Puzo Francis Ford Coppola William Reynolds Peter Zinner Mario Puzo Gordon Willis Nino Rota Dean Tavoularis Warren Clymer Philip Smith Anna Hill Johnstone Gray Frederickson Louis DiGiaimo Andrea Eastman Fred Roos Valerio De Paolis Robert Ward Fred T. Gallo Richard Portman Chris Newman Phil Rhodes Philip Leto Dick Smith John C. Hammell Charles Grenzbach Robert Evans Fred C. Caruso Ned Kopp Tony Brandt Stephen F. Kesten Sass Bedig Joe Lombardi Paul J. Lombardi Paul Baxley Joe Bucaro III Steven Burnett Riccardo Bertoni George Newman Marilyn Putnam Carl Fortina Michael Chapman
Actors:
Marlon Brando Al Pacino James Caan Richard S. Castellano Robert Duvall Sterling Hayden John Marley Richard Conte Al Lettieri Diane Keaton Abe Vigoda Talia Shire Gianni Russo John Cazale Rudy Bond Al Martino Morgana King Lenny Montana John Martino Salvatore Corsitto Alex Rocco Tony Giorgio Victor Rendina Simonetta Stefanelli Saro Urzì Sofia Coppola Louis Guss Gabriele Torrei Tony King Richard Bright Vito Scotti Tere Livrano Julie Gregg Angelo Infanti Corrado Gaipa Franco Citti Max Brandt Carmine Coppola Roman Coppola Don Costello Robert Dahdah Gray Frederickson Ron Gilbert Joe Lo Grippo Sonny Grosso Randy Jurgensen Tony Lip Lou Martini Jr. Raymond Martino Joseph Medaglia Rick Petrucelli Sal Richards Tom Rosqui Frank Sivero Filomena Spagnuolo Joe Spinell Nick Vallelonga Conrad Yama
Genre:
Drama, Crime
Country: no data
Year: 1972
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Spanning the years 1945 to 1955, a chronicle of the fictional Italian-American Corleone crime family. When organized crime family patriarch, Vito Corleone barely survives an attempt on his life, his youngest son, Michael steps in to take care of the would-be killers, launching a campaign of bloody revenge.
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My movie selection would be two movies I'm in love with, well it's actually three, and it sucks, because I cannot just take two. Obviously: "The Godfather" - my favourite, but it is hard, 'cause I cannot just take one Godfather
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I really have two favorite movies of all time definitely the Godfather one and two I'm obsessed with them both not just because of the story line and the actors, but also the settings like I love the sets for both movies they're really luxurious and gorgeous .
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One sleeping don’t: don’t refuse to cast Johnny Fontane in your movie when asked to by Vito Corleone. In what might be the worst wake-up scenario in film history, producer Jack Woltz regains consciousness only to realize he’s been joined in bed by the severed head of one of his prize horses. The scene is even more jarring because of the beautiful dawn light and soft sounds of crickets as the camera takes us inside Woltz’s mansion. It’s a reminder there are worse things to wake up to than a jarring iPhone alarm.
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I turned down the original Godfather because I thought it should’ve been played by an Italian. I both do and don’t regret that decision, but I know it was right. Al Pacino was the perfect actor for it and the picture’s better because of him.
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If I could watch only 5 movies for the rest of my life, I’d choose: 1. The Godfather 2. Casablanca 3. It’s a Wonderful Life 4. On The Waterfront 5. When Harry Met Sally
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And then The Godfather, I think, when you talk about action movies, the combined story with action. And again, you know, really well fleshed out characters and all that. I mean Godfather is without any doubt one of the best of that kind. And it happens to be that Al Ruddy, who produced it, is a good friend of mine also. And he has, of course, the best stories of during the making of Godfather. Really wonderful stories. So that’s one.
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Since that was so much fun, just before he rushes off to another interview, we ask him to pick his desert island movies. Here, Glover doesn’t hesitate. “The Godfather, Back to the Future, Empire Strikes Back, League of Their Own and Cast Away.”
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12 months ago
I was dismayed at how many twenty-year-olds have never seen Godfather, Cuckoo’s Nest, All the President’s Men—these films that are in the Bible to me. And they may not even get to see them. I’ve always believed every good film finds its eyes, inevitably. But there’s a shift in attention span.
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That saga -- I love [those movies]," Obama said of Francis Ford Coppola's classics. "I mean there's this combination of old world gentility and ritual, with this savagery underneath. It's all about family. So it's a great movie.
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If you could be a star in any movie in history, what would it be? - The Godfather Part I.
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You can never go wrong with the Godfather.
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Do you have a favorite of Al Pachino's films? - The Godfather, Part I. He was unique and special.
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His two favourites are among the best films ever made: The Godfather and Gladiator.
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I feel like that movie has stood up to time [and] criticism, and yet everybody can find the exact same reasons as to why it’s awesome.
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The best movie of all time? Probably "The Godfather". You know, it's like "The Beatles".
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Trump's love for violent films dominated the BBC list, which also featured Francis Ford Coppolla's 1972 classic "The Godfather."
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What are your five favorite films? One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Godfather, Man on Wire, Rocky, The Hangover (my guilty pleasure).