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.

The Godfather Trilogy Poster, self initiated project by Michael Gambriel, via Behance

The Godfather Trilogy Poster, self initiated project by Michael Gambriel, via Behance

For the scene where Clemenza is cooking, Francis Ford Coppola originally wrote in the script, "Clemenza browns some sausage". Upon seeing this, Mario Puzo crossed out "browns" and replaced it with "fries", writing in the margin, "Gangsters don't brown."

The Godfather (1972)

For the scene where Clemenza is cooking, Francis Ford Coppola originally wrote in the script, "Clemenza browns some sausage". Upon seeing this, Mario Puzo crossed out "browns" and replaced it with "fries", writing in the margin, "Gangsters don't brown."

The Godfather by Laurent Dureiux *

Odd City’s Latest Limited Screen Print Masterpiece — Coppola’s THE GODFATHER

The Godfather - Someday Poster Print (24 x 36)

The Godfather - Someday Poster Print (24 x 36)

Film posters - Godfather posters: Godfather poster Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone in the 1972 gangster film directed by Francis Ford Coppola. This Godfather poster featuresthe line, "Someday - and that day may never come, I'll call upon you to do a

The Digital Art - No686-1 My Godfather I Minimal Movie Poster by Chungkong Art

No686-1 My Godfather I Minimal Movie Poster

1972: The Godfather  The typeface, the puppet strings and the Godfather himself is all that was needed to make this an unforgettable movie poster.

The 100 Best Movie Posters of the Past 100 Years

1972: The Godfather The typeface, the puppet strings and the Godfather himself is all that was needed to make this an unforgettable movie poster.

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