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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.
United States of America
Francis Ford Coppola
Marlon Brando (Don Vito Corleone), Al Pacino (Don Michael Corleone), James Caan (Santino 'Sonny' Corleone), Robert Duvall (Tom Hagen), Richard S. Castellano (Pete Clemenza), Diane Keaton (Kay Adams), Talia Shire (Constanzia 'Connie' Corleone-Rizzi) more..., Gianni Russo (Carlo Rizzi), Sterling Hayden (Capt. Mark McCluskey), Al Lettieri (Virgil 'The Turk' Sollozzo), Abe Vigoda (Salvatore 'Sal' Tessio), John Cazale (Frederico 'Fredo' Corleone), Richard Conte (Don Emilio Barzini), John Marley (Jack Woltz), Rudy Bond (Carmine Cuneo), Al Martino (Johnny Fontane), Morgana King (Carmela 'Mama' Corleone), Lenny Montana (Luca Brasi), John Martino (Paulie Gatto), Alex Rocco (Moe Greene), Salvatore Corsitto (Amerigo Bonasera), Tony Giorgio (Bruno Tattaglia), Victor Rendina (Philip Tattaglia), Simonetta Stefanelli (Apollonia Vitelli-Corleone), Saro Urzì (Mr. Vitelli), Sofia Coppola (Michael Francis Rizzi), Louis Guss (Don Zaluchi), Richard Bright (Neri), Vito Scotti (Nazorine), Tere Livrano (Theresa Hagen), Julie Gregg (Sandrinella 'Sandra' Corleone), Angelo Infanti (Fabrizio), Corrado Gaipa (Don Tommasino), Franco Citti (Calò), Gabriele Torrei (Enzo the Baker (uncredited)), Tony King (Tony the Stablehand (uncredited)), Max Brandt (Extra in Furniture-Moving Scene (uncredited)), Carmine Coppola (Piano Player in Montage (uncredited)), Roman Coppola (Boy on Street Who Attended Funeral (uncredited)), Don Costello (Don Victor Stracci (uncredited)) and others.
Albert S. Ruddy (Producer), Mario Puzo (Screenplay), Francis Ford Coppola (Screenplay), William Reynolds (Editor), Peter Zinner (Editor), Mario Puzo (Novel), Gordon Willis (Director of Photography) more..., Nino Rota (Original Music Composer), Dean Tavoularis (Production Design), Warren Clymer (Art Direction), Philip Smith (Set Decoration), Anna Hill Johnstone (Costume Design), Gray Frederickson (Associate Producer), Louis DiGiaimo (Casting), Andrea Eastman (Casting), Fred Roos (Casting), Valerio De Paolis (Production Manager), Robert Ward (Grip), Richard Portman (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Chris Newman (Sound), Phil Rhodes (Makeup Artist), Philip Leto (Hairstylist), Dick Smith (Makeup Artist), John C. Hammell (Music Editor), Charles Grenzbach (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Robert Evans (Executive Producer), Fred C. Caruso (Unit Production Manager), Ned Kopp (Production Manager), Sass Bedig (Special Effects), Joe Lombardi (Special Effects), Paul J. Lombardi (Special Effects Supervisor), Paul Baxley (Stunt Coordinator), Joe Bucaro III (Stunts), Steven Burnett (Stunts), Riccardo Bertoni (Casting), George Newman (Costume Supervisor), Marilyn Putnam (Costume Design), Carl Fortina (Musician), Francis Ford Coppola (Thanks), Fred T. Gallo (Assistant Director) and others.
Paramount, Alfran Productions
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Luca Brasi is murdered by Sollozzo.
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.
** 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.
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.
** spoiler alert ** Vito Corleone is shot when leaves his office with his son Fredo. He hardly survives the assassination attempt.
** spoiler alert ** After they ordered his father to be killed, Michael Corleone shoots Sollozzo and Captain McCluskey in the restaurant.