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Based on the novel by Mario Puzo
Originally released as a motion picture in 1972
Special features: The original, provocative director's commentary
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This Blu-ray disc will not play in standard DVD players
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Italian American families
Italian American criminals
Delitos y delincuentes
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It all begins and ends with The Godfather, Mario Puzo author of the novel and Francis Ford Coppola wrote the screenplay together. The Godfather II is also now available on Blu-ray.
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Don Corleone: I`m gonna make him a offer he can`t refuse
Don Corleone: My wife is crying upstairs. I hear cars coming to the house. Consigliore of mine, I think it's time you told your Don what everyone seems to know.
Tom Hagen: I didn't tell Mama anything. I was just about to come up and wake you so that I could tell you.
Don Corleone: But you needed a drink first.
And now you've had your drink.
Tom Hagen: They shot Sonny on the causeway. He's dead
MICHAEL: ‘Well, when Johnny was first starting out, he was signed to this personal service contract; with a big band leader. And as his career got better and better, he wanted to get out of it. Now, Johnny is my father's godson. And my father went to see this band leader, and he offered him $10,000 to let Johnny go. But the band leader said no. So the next day, my father went to see him; only this time with Luca Brasi. And within an hour, he signed a release, for a certified check for $1,000.’ KAY: ‘How'd he do that?’ MICHAEL: ‘My father made him an offer he couldn't refuse.’ KAY : ‘What was that?’ MICHAEL:‘Luca Brasi held a gun to his head, and my father assured him that either his brains -- or his signature -- would be on the contract. That's a true story. That's my family, Kay. It's not me.’