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-Michael Corleone from The Godfather!!!!! You can't tell me I'm not an Italian gangsta when I watch this movie. I love the trilogy (3rd one not as much but I still watch that one too).

-Michael Corleone from The Godfather!!!!! You can't tell me I'm not an Italian gangsta when I watch this movie. I love the trilogy (3rd one not as much but I still watch that one too).

The Godfather Part 2 ~ Alternative Movie Poster by Laurent Durieux #amusementphile

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44 Wise Success-Quotes By @the.success.club

44 Wise Success-Quotes By @the.success.club

Yes i do but not the one's that feed you bullshit and expects you to eat it and in top of that want you to help them I really don't mind helping but I can't stand fake people it boils my blood. It's a really sad situation but it is what it is

*THE GODFATHER,  (1972) Poster:  The aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son.  This was another era i decided to look at to see if i liked the character . i found that the italian gangster types went for the very small and short beards I'm not sure why this style was important for them but you never say a gangster with a long moustache so i assumed there must be a reason.

The Godfather (1972)

*THE GODFATHER, (1972) Poster: The aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son. This was another era i decided to look at to see if i liked the character . i found that the italian gangster types went for the very small and short beards I'm not sure why this style was important for them but you never say a gangster with a long moustache so i assumed there must be a reason.

The Godfather, Francis Ford Coppola. I think of this as my first experience of greek/Shakespearian style tragedy. Brilliant dark cinematography too.

The Godfather, Francis Ford Coppola. I think of this as my first experience of greek/Shakespearian style tragedy. Brilliant dark cinematography too.

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