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The Hearst Estate The Godfather (1972)

Jack Woltz wakes up next morning at his mansion after a visit by Tom Hagen who asked him friendly to help out Vito Corleone. Waltz will regret he said no.

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Il Castello Degli Schiavi The Godfather (1972)

** spoiler alert ** The hiding place of Michael Corleone during his stay in Sicily. His wife Apollonia is killed here after Michael is betrayed by his guard Fabrizio.

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Old St. Patrick's Cathedral The Godfather (1972)

Michael Corleone is present at the baptism of his nephew when his enemies are massacred.

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Bar Vitelli The Godfather (1972)

Michael Corleone and his two guards, Calò and Fabrizio, stop at a bar. Michael is attracted to a girl he just saw. It turns out the be the daughter of the owner of the bar, Apollonia Vitelli. Michael askes Apollonia's father to meet his daughter.

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The Old Luna restaurant The Godfather (1972)

** spoiler alert ** After they ordered his father to be killed, Michael Corleone shoots Sollozzo and Captain McCluskey in the restaurant.

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Mietz building The Godfather (1972)

** spoiler alert ** Vito Corleone is shot when leaves his office with his son Fredo. He hardly survives the assassination attempt.