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Seven Great Movie Adaptations of Books

Seven Great Movie Adaptations of Books

I was absolutely obsessed with the mafia when I was a kid. Obsessed. Did I mention I was obsessed? Looking back on it now, I'm not really sure why. I suppose it was the mystery and all the alleged excitement. That, and I loved Italian men. Actually,...

The New York Filming Locations of The Godfather, Then and Now

The New York Filming Locations of The Godfather, Then and Now

Not as good as the two previous films, but still, it's a wonderful closing for the trilogy.

The Godfather, Part III

Not as good as the two previous films, but still, it's a wonderful closing for the trilogy.

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The Godfather Part II

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The Godfather Cufflinks - These cuff links are the ideal gift for the godfather for a wedding or special occasion

The Godfather Cufflinks - These cuff links are the ideal gift for the godfather for a wedding or special occasion. by UpscaleTrendz on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/153783445/the-godfather-cufflinks-these-cuff-links

Mar 15th, 1972; "The Godfather," Francis Ford Coppola's epic gangster movie based on the Mario Puzo novel and starring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, premiered in New York.

Mar 15th, 1972; "The Godfather," Francis Ford Coppola's epic gangster movie based on the Mario Puzo novel and starring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, premiered in New York.

The Godfather III ending scene- the silent, then released scream by Al Pacino is his best EVER on screen moment.

The Godfather III ending scene- the silent, then released scream by Al Pacino is his best EVER on screen moment.

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