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*[[John Cazale]] (Fredo Corleone)
 
*[[John Cazale]] (Fredo Corleone)
 
*[[Dominic Chianese]] (Johnny Ola)
 
*[[Dominic Chianese]] (Johnny Ola)
*[[Michael V. Gazzo]] (Frankie Pentangeli)
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*[[Michael V. Gazzo]] (Frank Pentangeli)
*[[Gastone Moschin|Gaston Moschin]] (Fanucci)
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*[[Gastone Moschin|Gaston Moschin]] (Fabrizio Fanucci)
 
*[[Tom Rosqui]] (Rocco Lampone)
 
*[[Tom Rosqui]] (Rocco Lampone)
*[[Giuseppe Sillato]] (Don Francesco)
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*[[Giuseppe Sillato]] (Francesco Ciccio)
 
*[[Lee Strasberg]] (Hyman Roth)
 
*[[Lee Strasberg]] (Hyman Roth)
 
*[[Amerigo Tot]] (Bussetta)
 
*[[Amerigo Tot]] (Bussetta)
 
==Female Deaths:==
 
==Female Deaths:==
 
*[[Maria Carta]] (Vito's mother)
 
*[[Maria Carta]] (Vito's mother)
*[[Morgana King]] (Mama Corleone)
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*[[Morgana King]] (Carmela Corleone)
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== Gallery<gallery>
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Gaston Moschin.png|Gaston Moschin
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Dominic Chianese.png|Dominic Chianese
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Amerigo Tot.png|Amerigo Tot
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Giuseppe Sillato.png|Giuseppe Sillato
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Morgana King.png|Morgana King
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Lee Strasberg.png|Lee Strasberg
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Tom Rosqui.png|Tom Rosqui
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Michael V. Gazzo.png|Michael V. Gazzo
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John Cazale.png|John Cazale
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</gallery>==
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 09:30, May 11, 2018

The Godfather Part 2

The Godfather Part II (1974)

Director: Francis Ford Coppola

Male Deaths:

Female Deaths:

Gallery

Trivia 

  1. Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro are the only two actors to ever win separate Oscars for playing the same character. Brando won Best Actor for The Godfather (1972) and De Niro won Best Actor in a Supporting Role for this movie, both in the role of Vito Corleone.
  2. To prepare for his role, Robert De Niro lived in Sicily for three months. De Niro spent four months learning to speak the Sicilian dialect in order to play Vito Corleone. Nearly all of the dialogue that his character speaks in the film was in Sicilian.
  3. This was the first sequel to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. The second, and as of 2017 the last, was The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003).
  4. The film takes place in 1901, 1917, 1920, 1923, 1941, 1958, 1959, and 1960.
  5. Michael V. Gazzo was only cast as Frankie Pentangeli one day before shooting began.#
  6. Filmed in one hundred four days.
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