The Godfather - Johnny Fontane - he main character is a guy just like me. I wouldn't even have to act, just be myself. Oh, Godfather, I don't know what to do, I don't know what to do...

The Godfather - Johnny Fontane - he main character is a guy just like me. I wouldn't even have to act, just be myself. Oh, Godfather, I don't know what to do, I don't know what to do...

Johnny Fontane’s, Stanley Street Darlinghurst

Johnny Fontane’s, Stanley Street Darlinghurst

Vlcsnap-2010-05-31-16h51m43s150 Johnny Fontane sings "I Have But One Heart"

Johnny Fontane

Vlcsnap-2010-05-31-16h51m43s150 Johnny Fontane sings "I Have But One Heart"

The Alleinunterhalter CoolCat mit Tom Marcozzi von "Johnny Fontane & The Rivals", im Gondeli auf den Weissenstein ob Solothurn! www.alleinunterhalter-coolcat.ch

The Alleinunterhalter CoolCat mit Tom Marcozzi von "Johnny Fontane & The Rivals", im Gondeli auf den Weissenstein ob Solothurn! www.alleinunterhalter-coolcat.ch

Vlcsnap-2010-02-24-19h01m42s28 Johnny Fontane

Johnny Fontane

Vlcsnap-2010-02-24-19h01m42s28 Johnny Fontane

Johnny Fontane from The Godfather and Frank Sinatra have very similar personalities based on the movie. Many people believe that it is the symbolic representation of Sinatra. Ever since the movie came out many people have shifted their opinion on Sinatra and think less highly of him.

Johnny Fontane from The Godfather and Frank Sinatra have very similar personalities based on the movie. Many people believe that it is the symbolic representation of Sinatra. Ever since the movie came out many people have shifted their opinion on Sinatra and think less highly of him.

Frank Sinatra—seen here after testifying in front of the House Select Committee on Organized Crime in 1972—was furious that the character of Johnny Fontane (Al Martino) appeared to be based on him. Mario Puzo recalled Sinatra shouting abuse when the two were introduced. "What hurt was that here he was, a northern Italian, threatening me, a southern Italian, with physical violence," Puzzo wrote in New York magazine. "This was roughly equivalent to Einstein pulling a knife on Al Capone."

Frank Sinatra—seen here after testifying in front of the House Select Committee on Organized Crime in 1972—was furious that the character of Johnny Fontane (Al Martino) appeared to be based on him. Mario Puzo recalled Sinatra shouting abuse when the two were introduced. "What hurt was that here he was, a northern Italian, threatening me, a southern Italian, with physical violence," Puzzo wrote in New York magazine. "This was roughly equivalent to Einstein pulling a knife on Al Capone."

Al Martino as Johnny Fontane

Al Martino as Johnny Fontane

Johnny Fontane's Bar

Johnny Fontane's Bar

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