Godfather: Part II, The (page 1 of 8)

The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here, the Corleone estate at Lake Tahoe and the celebration to honor the First Holy Communion of Anthony Corleone. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here from left, Troy Donahue as Merle Johnson, Morgana King as Mama Corleone facing Talia Shire (back to camera) as Constanzia 'Connie' Corleone. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here from left, Troy Donahue (back to camera) as Merle Johnson, Morgana King as Mama Corleone facing Talia Shire (holding drink) as Constanzia 'Connie' Corleone. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here, Oreste Baldini as Vito Andolini as a Boy (later to be known as Vito Corleone) in quarantine for six months at Ellis Island. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here, Oreste Baldini as Vito Andolini as a Boy (later to be known as Vito Corleone). Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here, Oreste Baldini as Vito Andolini as a Boy. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here at the Don Francesco estate, Maria Carta (in center, wearing black shawl) as Vito's Mother holds a knife to the throat of Giuseppe Sillato (as Don Francesco 'Ciccio'). Oreste Baldini (back to camera) as Vito Andolini as a Boy, listens to his mother. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here at the Don Francesco estate, Maria Carta (in center, wearing black shawl) as Vito's Mother and standing next to her, Oreste Baldini as Vito Andolini as a Boy, both facing Giuseppe Sillato (seated) as Don Francesco 'Ciccio'. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here, Giuseppe Sillato as Don Francesco 'Ciccio'. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.


The movie "The Godfather: Part II", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo. Seen here from left, Oreste Baldini as Vito Andolini as a Boy and Maria Carta as Vito's Mother. Initial theatrical wide release December 20, 1974. Screen capture. © 1974 Paramount Pictures and The Coppola Company. Credit: © 1974 Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Pyxurz.