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The Godfather is one of the most riveting American movies of the decade and also happens to be a superlative gangster film. An absolutely superb performance by Marlon Brando as the aging head of a powerful Mafia clan, with fine performances from the supporting cast; especially that of Al Pacino playing Brando's youngest son. Set in 1945 on Long Island with other sequences shot on location in Sicily and based on the best-selling novel by Mario Puzo, this is one of the few times where the film is an improvement on the book. Other members of the cast are James Caan, Sterling Hayden, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, John Cazale, Talia Shire, John Marley, and Richard Conte.

The Godfather, Part II won the Academy Award for Best Picture and is even better in many ways than "Godfather I," as this blockbuster, which begins where the first part ended, completes what is surely the greatest gangster saga every filmed. Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) has consolidated the power handed to him by his father (Marlon Brando) while this part flashes back and forth between the early life of the late Don Vito Corleone, and the ongoing story of his embattled family after his death. Robert De Niro plays Don Corleone as a young man. Lee Strasberg and Michael V. Gazzo join the "Godfather" saga in Part II. (Both parts directed by Francis Ford Coppola.)

Your host, the Ol'Kunnel read the novel before seeing the motion picture. The linguistic difficulty of the Sicilian dialect was used throughout the book although the Ol'Kunnel just happens to speak some of that dialect. ;-) Although not always translated in the book, the movies did have subtitles and did make these Italian language sequences more authentic to the book.
Friday, July 2, 1999
Bestselling author Mario Puzo, creator of the fictional Corleone mob family and winner of two Oscars for his screen adaptations of his book "The Godfather," died. He was 78. Puzo died, apparently of heart failure, at his home in Bay Shore on Long Island. Puzo had just finished work on his latest book, "Omerta." The book is due out in July 2000. "The Godfather," which came out in 1969 sold more than 21 million copies worldwide, and spawned movies that became American cinematic classics. The Ol'Kunnel is happy to say that the motion pictures were faithful to the book as Puzo collaborated on the screen plays with director Francis Ford Coppola.
Academy Award-winning actor Marlon Brando, one of the most influential actors of his generation, died Thursday, July 1, 2004. He was 80. Brando revolutionized American acting with his Method performances in "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "On the Waterfront" and went on to create the iconic character of Don Vito Corleone in "The Godfather."
15:15 7/2/2004
Rainbow HR
Speak softly, love and hold me warm against your heart
I feel your words, the tender trembling moments start
We're in a world, our very own
Sharing a love that only few have ever known

Wine-colored days warmed by the sun
Deep velvet nights when we are one

Speak softly, love so no one hears us but the sky
The vows of love we make will live until we die
My life is yours and all becau-au-se
You came into my world with love so softly love

(instrumental interlude)

Wine-colored days warmed by the sun
Deep velvet nights when we are one

Speak softly, love so no one hears us but the sky
The vows of love we make will live until we die
My life is yours and all becau-au-se
You came into my world with love so softly love...
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Theme: The Godfather

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