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Why the Italian Mafia Hated The Godfather Movie
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Two bit thugs 1 step down from a di n du.
Came by a alley as 2 of them were knee caping a guy for not paying up.
That's were you take a screwdriver and hammer it into there knees. You can't imagine his screams.

Only good thing is there woman are very sexual like trying to ride a exercise bike and a lot of are really beautiful but some can be quite harry. Just prepare for a fight if there family finds out.
Most that I dated do like the back door. I thought it was because they didn't want to get pregnant but found birth control in a couple of there purses. Didn't ask didnt care but they really got super slutty and it was a great experience to hear them scream and moan instead of some poor sap that couldn't pay his loan .
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03-15-2019 05:21 AM

 



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RE: Why the Italian Mafia Hated The Godfather Movie
PuddyCat  Wrote: (03-14-2019 06:33 PM)
Why the Italian Mafia Hated The Godfather Movie

The Godfather - one of the greatest films of all time has many untold stories. Hear from the real life "Carlo" in this sit down between Patrick Bet-David and Gianni Russo.

Louis Giovanni "Gianni" Russo is an American actor and singer. He is best known for his role as Carlo Rizzi in The Godfather.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=If5GqCi3dTc

Did a real life New York mafia don ever force a movie producer to give a starring role to an Italian actor like Vito Corleone did in the Godfather?

Richard Warner, Writer and researcher on organized crime.

You are very close, and it wasn’t a movie like “The Godfather” — it WAS “The Godfather.” While the movie was in production New York mob boss Joe Colombo — the boss of the Colombo crime family now headed by Carmine Persico Jr. (who is in prison) — went to the set with a small crew telling Francis Coppola and producer Albert Ruddy that they couldn’t use the word “Mafia” in the film because he considered it demeaning to Italians and Italian-Americans. At the time Colombo was a Mafia boss he was also the president of the Italian-American Civil Rights League. So Coppola and Ruddy agreed to drop “Mafia” and “Cosa Nostra” from the film, and they also acquired Lenny Montana, an enforcer for the Colombo Family, to play Luca Brasi. Yes, Luca Brasi was a real mobster. Louis Giovanni “Gianni” Russo, who played Carlo Rizzi, the husband of Connie Corleone, was connected to the Gambino Family (so he claims). Coppola and Ruddy were then not only given permission to film around Little Italy, but they were shown around and given the royal treatment. In the end, the film turned out better and more authentic than expected.

Here is a photo of Al Pacino and Al Lettieri with Genovese caporegime Pasquale Eboli:

link to image: https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-ad...ddaa8579-c

Here is Colombo underboss John “Sonny” Franzese with the cast of “This Thing of Ours” (notice several cast members from “The Sopranos”

link to image: https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-b1...67e03210-c

For his role in “Goodfellas,” Robert De Niro hung out with members of the Gambino Family: De Niro analyzed GoodFella for role

https://www.quora.com/Did-a-real-life-Ne...er?share=1

10 Mob Movie Actors With Actual Organized Crime Ties

https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2...me-ti.html

wow, that was awesome; thank you for finding that. I greatly enjoyed it.

NHOB
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RE: Why the Italian Mafia Hated The Godfather Movie
PuddyCat  Wrote: (03-14-2019 06:33 PM)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=If5GqCi3dTc

Syncing this with Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.
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Post: #49
RE: Why the Italian Mafia Hated The Godfather Movie
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 05:21 AM)
PuddyCat  Wrote: (03-14-2019 06:33 PM)
Why the Italian Mafia Hated The Godfather Movie

The Godfather - one of the greatest films of all time has many untold stories. Hear from the real life "Carlo" in this sit down between Patrick Bet-David and Gianni Russo.

Louis Giovanni "Gianni" Russo is an American actor and singer. He is best known for his role as Carlo Rizzi in The Godfather.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=If5GqCi3dTc

Did a real life New York mafia don ever force a movie producer to give a starring role to an Italian actor like Vito Corleone did in the Godfather?

Richard Warner, Writer and researcher on organized crime.

You are very close, and it wasn’t a movie like “The Godfather” — it WAS “The Godfather.” While the movie was in production New York mob boss Joe Colombo — the boss of the Colombo crime family now headed by Carmine Persico Jr. (who is in prison) — went to the set with a small crew telling Francis Coppola and producer Albert Ruddy that they couldn’t use the word “Mafia” in the film because he considered it demeaning to Italians and Italian-Americans. At the time Colombo was a Mafia boss he was also the president of the Italian-American Civil Rights League. So Coppola and Ruddy agreed to drop “Mafia” and “Cosa Nostra” from the film, and they also acquired Lenny Montana, an enforcer for the Colombo Family, to play Luca Brasi. Yes, Luca Brasi was a real mobster. Louis Giovanni “Gianni” Russo, who played Carlo Rizzi, the husband of Connie Corleone, was connected to the Gambino Family (so he claims). Coppola and Ruddy were then not only given permission to film around Little Italy, but they were shown around and given the royal treatment. In the end, the film turned out better and more authentic than expected.

Here is a photo of Al Pacino and Al Lettieri with Genovese caporegime Pasquale Eboli:

link to image: https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-ad...ddaa8579-c

Here is Colombo underboss John “Sonny” Franzese with the cast of “This Thing of Ours” (notice several cast members from “The Sopranos”

link to image: https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-b1...67e03210-c

For his role in “Goodfellas,” Robert De Niro hung out with members of the Gambino Family: De Niro analyzed GoodFella for role

https://www.quora.com/Did-a-real-life-Ne...er?share=1

10 Mob Movie Actors With Actual Organized Crime Ties

https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2...me-ti.html

wow, that was awesome; thank you for finding that. I greatly enjoyed it.

NHOB

Your welcome, you might like the two interviews he did with another one on page 2.. :thumbup

Politics only interests me since it affects people psychologically.
Other than that, I couldn't careless about it.

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