Articles about The Godfather

The ten best scene-stealing cats
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Never mind Carey Mulligan. Forget about Justin Timberlake. And who the hell is Oscar Isaac? The true star of the Coen brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis is a bored-looking marmalade tomcat called Ulysses. And he's not the first feline to paw their way into the spotlight.
Source: www.timeout.com
Added by on 2/22/14
The 10 Greatest Moments From The Godfather Trilogy - Films - ShortList Magazine
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Quick quiz: What's the total running time of all three Godfather movies combined? Pick a figure. Ask the person next to you. Make it a competition.

The answer is 548 minutes of brilliance. That's over nine hours of movie history that we have had to condense to just 10 snippets.

We make it sound like a chore but, of course, it was a sheer joy to research. This is our ten best moments from The Godfather Trilogy...
Added by on 2/21/14
20 Most Iconic Gangster Movie Moments
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This countdown is an offer you can't refuse...
Source: whatculture.com
Added by on 1/27/14
Behind the Scenes Pic" On the Set of 'The Godfather'
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Category: Production
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Here we have Marlon Brando while playing the piano during some downtime while making Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather.
Added by on 9/25/13
Let There Be Light
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Nerd alert: A cool image gallery and accompanying essay highlighting the use of light in cinema
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Added by on 8/29/13
Screenwriting Advice You Can't Refuse
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Category: Analysis
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@scriptshadow lists 10 screenwriting tips you can learn from "The Godfather"
Added by on 6/27/13
James Caan on The Godfather, John Wayne, and all the roles he's done as favors
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James Caan started his career in the '60s, and it was a slow build to success. After his role as Sonny Corleone in The Godfather, Caan became a full-fledged movie star, a status he has maintained ever since, but he continues to return to his small-screen roots on occasion and can currently be seen as part of the ensemble of Starz's Magic City. He talks about all his random roles here.
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Added by on 6/21/13
Could Have, Would Have, and Definitely Should Have
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17 actors who turned down what would have likely been career-changing roles, as chosen by @thewrap
Added by on 6/15/13
All Smiles
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A photo roundup of actors laughing and smiling between takes on the sets of famous films
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Added by on 6/11/13
With Judy Greer as the Horse Head
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@rejectnation makes the case for "Arrested Development" being a sitcom version of "The Godfather"
Added by on 5/23/13
Behind the Scenes Pic" On the Set of 'The Godfather'
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Category: Production
Tagged: The Godfather
Here we have Marlon Brando while playing the piano during some downtime while making Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather.
Added by on 9/25/13
All Smiles
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A photo roundup of actors laughing and smiling between takes on the sets of famous films
Source: imgur.com
Added by on 6/11/13
James Caan on The Godfather, John Wayne, and all the roles he's done as favors
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James Caan started his career in the '60s, and it was a slow build to success. After his role as Sonny Corleone in The Godfather, Caan became a full-fledged movie star, a status he has maintained ever since, but he continues to return to his small-screen roots on occasion and can currently be seen as part of the ensemble of Starz's Magic City. He talks about all his random roles here.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 6/21/13
20 Most Iconic Gangster Movie Moments
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This countdown is an offer you can't refuse...
Source: whatculture.com
Added by on 1/27/14
Let There Be Light
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Nerd alert: A cool image gallery and accompanying essay highlighting the use of light in cinema
Source: imgur.com
Added by on 8/29/13
Screenwriting Advice You Can't Refuse
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: The Godfather
@scriptshadow lists 10 screenwriting tips you can learn from "The Godfather"
Added by on 6/27/13
Could Have, Would Have, and Definitely Should Have
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17 actors who turned down what would have likely been career-changing roles, as chosen by @thewrap
Added by on 6/15/13
With Judy Greer as the Horse Head
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@rejectnation makes the case for "Arrested Development" being a sitcom version of "The Godfather"
Added by on 5/23/13
The ten best scene-stealing cats
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Never mind Carey Mulligan. Forget about Justin Timberlake. And who the hell is Oscar Isaac? The true star of the Coen brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis is a bored-looking marmalade tomcat called Ulysses. And he's not the first feline to paw their way into the spotlight.
Source: www.timeout.com
Added by on 2/22/14
The 10 Greatest Moments From The Godfather Trilogy - Films - ShortList Magazine
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Quick quiz: What's the total running time of all three Godfather movies combined? Pick a figure. Ask the person next to you. Make it a competition.

The answer is 548 minutes of brilliance. That's over nine hours of movie history that we have had to condense to just 10 snippets.

We make it sound like a chore but, of course, it was a sheer joy to research. This is our ten best moments from The Godfather Trilogy...
Added by on 2/21/14
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The christening took place inside New York's Old St Patrick's Cathedral but the exterior shots were from a different church
264 Mulberry Street, New York, NY
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Barzini (Richard Conte) is gunned down by fake cop Al Neri on the steps of the New York County Courthouse
60 Centre Street, New York, NY
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Moe Greene is shot through the eye in the steamroom of the McBurney YMCA
215 West 23rd Street, New York, NY
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Sonny (James Caan) beats up bullying brother-in-law Carlo
118th Street and Pleasant Avenue, Harlem, NY
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The small, wood-panelled Bar Vitelli, at which Michael meets innkeeper's daughter Apollonia
37.9490656, 15.3423909
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Forza, Italy
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When Michael goes to Italy to hide, you'll see the church when Michael first walks into 'Corleone'
Forza, Sicily
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The interior of the hospital where Michael visits his dad is actually in the East Village
310 East 14th Street, New York, USA
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The exterior of hospital where Michael visits his wounded father
234 East 149th Street, New York, NY
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he news hits the papers while Michael and Kay watch The Bells of St Mary's at Radio City Music Hall
1260 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY
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The 'Genco Olive Oil' premises, supposedly on Mulberry Street, is the restaurant where the Don is gunned down
128 Mott Street, New York, NY
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