Leave the gun, take these facts about Francis Ford Coppola’s masterpiece adaptation of Mario Puzo’s gangster novel, which premiered in New York City 46 years ago (on March 15, 1972).
On the 44th anniversary of the premiere of director Francis Ford Coppola's masterpiece, we're making you an offer you can't refuse: Read on for little-known facts about this classic film.
The Godfather. Does it really need an introduction? Whether you re-watch once a year, haven’t seen any of the trilogy since the first time, or *gasp* you’ve never seen any of the films, there’s so much interesting stuff to learn, both in terms of what happens front of the camera as well as what happened behind the scenes.
The Godfather is a 1972 American crime film directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Albert S. Ruddy, based on Mario Puzo’s best-selling novel of the same name. Let’s find out some intriguing facts about it!
27 Fun And Interesting Facts About The Godfather January 17, 2018 The Godfather is a 1972 American crime movie directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Albert S. Ruddy. The movie was based on Mario Puzo’s best selling novel of the same name. It’s widely regarded as one of the best movies of all time and it focuses on the powerful ...
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Everybody knows The Godfather was one of the most successful films in Academy Awards history, nominated for 11 awards and taking home three, but would it have landed a Best Actor statue like Marlon Brando won if, say, Orson Welles had gotten the job?. It was actually a closer call than you'd guess. Here are some other Godfather facts most fans don't know.
Here are some fun facts about The Godfather movie you probably didn't know about: 1- Lenny Montana who played (Luca Brasi) was so nervous working with Marlon Brando, when they were to make their first scene together he skipped some lines due to nervousness and said some others wrong.
Alas, there's a few logistical and legal issues to our genius plan, so we all have to make do with our 25 Godfather facts that you probably don't know. (Images: Rex, YouTube, All Star) 1. In the film’s opening scene, Vito is famously seen holding a cat. Amazingly this was a stray - there was no cat in the original script.
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