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  (in credits order)

Al Pacino ... Don Michael Corleone (archive footage)

Robert Duvall ... Tom Hagen (archive footage)

Diane Keaton ... Kay Adams Corleone Michelson (archive footage)

Talia Shire ... Connie Corleone Rizzi (archive footage)

Marlon Brando ... Don Vito Corleone (archive footage)

James Caan ... Sonny Corleone (archive footage)

John Cazale ... Fredo Corleone (archive footage)

Robert De Niro ... Young Vito Corleone (archive footage)

Andy Garcia ... Vincent Mancini (archive footage)

Richard S. Castellano ... Peter Clemenza (archive footage)

Lee Strasberg ... Hyman Roth (archive footage)

Michael V. Gazzo ... Frankie Pentangeli (archive footage)

Sofia Coppola ... Mary Corleone (archive footage)
Richard Bright ... Al Neri (archive footage)

Eli Wallach ... Don Altobello (archive footage)

Abe Vigoda ... Sal Tessio (archive footage)

Gianni Russo ... Carlo Rizzi (archive footage)

Al Lettieri ... Virgil 'The Turk' Sollozzo (archive footage)
Morgana King ... Mama Corleone (archive footage)

G.D. Spradlin ... Senator Pat Geary (archive footage)

Sterling Hayden ... Capt. McCluskey (archive footage)

John Marley ... Jack Woltz (archive footage)

Richard Conte ... Don Emilio Barzini (archive footage)

Joe Mantegna ... Joey Zasa (archive footage)

Al Martino ... Johnny Fontane (archive footage)

George Hamilton ... B.J. Harrison (archive footage)

Bridget Fonda ... Grace Hamilton (archive footage)

Troy Donahue ... Merle Johnson (archive footage)
Joe Spinell ... Willie Cicci (archive footage)
Tom Rosqui ... Rocco Lampone (archive footage)
Gastone Moschin ... Don Fanucci (archive footage)

Marianna Hill ... Deanna Dunn-Corleone (archive footage)
Angelo Infanti ... Fabrizio (archive footage)

Franco Citti ... Calò (archive footage)

Richard Maldone ... Joey (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Danny Aiello ... Tony Rosato (archive footage)

John Aprea ... Young Sal Tessio (archive footage)

Oreste Baldini ... Young Vito Andolini (archive footage)

Kathleen Beller ... Girl in 'Senza Mamma' (archive footage)

Helmut Berger ... Frederick Keinszig (archive footage)
Rudy Bond ... Don Carmine Cuneo (archive footage)
William Bowers ... Senate Committee Chairman (archive footage)
Max Brandt ... Extra (archive footage)
Carmine Caridi ... Carmine Rosato / Albert Volpe (archive footage)
Maria Carta ... Vito's Mother (archive footage)

Dominic Chianese ... Johnny Ola (archive footage)

Roger Corman ... Senator #2 (archive footage)
Salvatore Corsitto ... Bonasera (archive footage)
Mario Cotone ... Don Tommasino (archive footage)
Franc D'Ambrosio ... Anthony Vito Corleone (archive footage)
Francesca De Sapio ... Young Mama Corleone (archive footage)

Mario Donatone ... Mosca (archive footage)

Donal Donnelly ... Archbishop Gilday (archive footage)
Vittorio Duse ... Don Tommasino (archive footage)
Carmine Foresta ... Policeman (archive footage)
Tony Giorgio ... Bruno Tattaglia (archive footage)
James Gounaris ... Anthony Vito Corleone (archive footage)
Julie Gregg ... Sandra Corleone (archive footage)

Bruno Kirby ... Young Peter Clemenza (archive footage)
Peter LaCorte ... Signor Abbandando (archive footage)
Jeannie Linero ... Lucy Mancini (archive footage)
Tere Livrano ... Theresa Hagen (archive footage)
Elda Maida ... Pentangeli's Wife (archive footage)
Thomas Mars ... Carmine Coppola (archive footage)

John Martino ... Paulie Gatto (archive footage)

Richard Matheson ... Senator #3 (archive footage)
Andrea Maugeri ... Strollo (archive footage)
Saveria Mazzola ... Signora Colombo (archive footage)
Joseph Medeglia ... Father Carmelo (archive footage) (as Father Joseph Medeglia)
Lenny Montana ... Luca Brasi (archive footage)
James Murdock ... F.B.I. Man #2 (archive footage)

Don Novello ... Dominic Abbandando (archive footage)
Ignazio Pappalardo ... Mosca (archive footage)
Steve Peck ... Dancer at Communion Party (archive footage)
Jeanne Savarino Pesch ... Francesca Corleone (archive footage)

Romano Pianti ... Augustino Coppola (archive footage)
Salvatore Po ... Vincenzo Pentangeli (archive footage)
Victor Rendina ... Don Philip Tattaglia (archive footage)

Alex Rocco ... Moe Greene (archive footage)

John Savage ... Father Andrew Hagen (archive footage)
Janet Savarino Smith ... Kathryn Corleone (archive footage)

Vito Scotti ... Nazorine (archive footage)
Ardell Sheridan ... Mrs. Clemenza (archive footage)
Giuseppe Sillato ... Don Ciccio (archive footage)

Frank Sivero ... Genco Abbandando (archive footage)

Fay Spain ... Marcia Roth (archive footage)

Harry Dean Stanton ... F.B.I. Man #1 (archive footage)

Simonetta Stefanelli ... Apollonia Vitelli-Corleone (archive footage)
Gabriele Torrei ... Enzo the Baker (archive footage)
Amerigo Tot ... Michael's Bodyguard (archive footage)
Leopoldo Trieste ... Signor Roberto (archive footage)

Saro Urzì ... Vitelli (archive footage)

Raf Vallone ... Cardinal Lamberto (archive footage)

Roman Coppola ... Young Sonny Corleone (archive footage) (uncredited)
Anthony Gounaris ... Anthony Vito Corleone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sonny Grosso ... Cop with McCluskey (archive footage) (uncredited)
Louis Guss ... Don Zaluchi (archive footage) (uncredited)
Randy Jurgensen ... Sonny's Killer (archive footage) (uncredited)
Tony Lip ... Wedding Guest (archive footage) (uncredited)
Mark Scarola ... Thug Attacking Fanucci (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tony Sirico ... Extra (uncredited) (archive footage)
Filomena Spagnuolo ... Extra (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
Francis Ford Coppola 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Francis Ford Coppola 
Mario Puzo  novel "The Godfather"

Produced by
Francis Ford Coppola .... producer
Albert S. Ruddy .... producer
Original Music by
Carmine Coppola 
Nino Rota 
Cinematography by
Gordon Willis 
Film Editing by
Barry Malkin 
Walter Murch 
Production Design by
Dean Tavoularis 
Costume Design by
Milena Canonero 
Anna Hill Johnstone 
Theadora Van Runkle 
Alessandro Borgese .... stunt performer
Music Department
Denise Carver .... music research (uncredited)

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Rated R for violence and language
583 min | Poland:523 min (DVD) | Poland:710 min (longer version)
Color (Technicolor)
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Sound Mix:
Iceland:16 | UK:18 | UK:15 (DVD rating) | USA:R

Did You Know?

When Vito Corleone, Clemenza and Tessio are going to the gunsmith the owner's name is Augustino Coppola, later he introduces his son, Carmine Coppola, who demonstrates his flute playing abilities. This scene is a tribute to Francis Ford Coppola's father and grandfather. His father was the first flautist with the NBC symphony under Arturo Toscanini. His grandfather was an actual gunsmith. His father worked in the "shop" from time to time as a child. They both insist the event actually happened.See more »
Continuity: As the Corleone's pack up to move to Las Vegas, there is a real estate sign outside the compound offering the property for commercial development. Later, Michael meets Frankie Pentangeli in his father's old (redecorated) house.See more »
Don Vito Corleone:Never let anyone outside the family know what you're thinking.See more »
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15 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
An offer you can't refuse!, 27 September 2005
Author: MovieAddict2014 from UK

Everyone knows the "Godfather" movies. If you don't by now, you probably don't belong on this site. (Just kidding...everyone is welcome!) In 1992, Francis Ford Coppola assembled together the entire footage from all three of his "Godfather" movies and spliced them back together again in chronological order...along with about 30 minutes of deleted scenes, making the outcome clock in at about 530 minutes altogether (astounding!).

The movie compilation was released on VHS and played on TV as part of a mini-series type deal, but I never got around to seeing it back then. Watching it now it really adds a new aspect to the familiar story and truly compliments the original films - it doesn't seem like an unnecessary cash-in.

Part of what I enjoy about the first sequel is its non-chronological passage of events...flashbacks to Don Vito's days really contrasted Michael's conflicts in a superb way... but I don't really have any beefs with Coppola changing that for the sake of a new and unique narrative. It makes it more interesting for this particular project.

It starts off with scenes from "The Godfather Part II" - a young Vito Corleone emigrates from Corleone, Sicily (and no, the film wasn't actually shot there...I went to the real town of Corleone and it's nothing like in the film) to Ellis Island at the turn of the century. Once there he eventually opens his own business, gets a wife and births children - including Michael, his beloved son.

Vito becomes a Mafia Don and after many years Robert De Niro transforms into Marlon Brando, whose son Michael (now played not by a baby, but rather a baby-faced Al Pacino) is reluctant to join the "business." He's in the military and all is going well with him and his girlfriend (Diane Keaton) but then an assassination attempt leaves his older brother dead and his father in intensive care.

In order to defend his family he must kill a corrupt cop and Mafia kingpin. He does this and then flees to Sicily (and, if you've read the book "The Sicilian" by Mario Puzo, you'll be aware of what fate awaits him there).

This stuff goes on forever and I could give a detailed plot description but I'd be ruining whatever you might not have seen.

Overall there's nothing I can really say about this other than that it's an interesting spin on the movies. If you want my opinion on the other films you'll have to search my archive here on IMDb, they'll all available if you care so much as to read them (which I highly doubt).

Suffice to say Coppola's remix of his movies is a refreshing twist on the saga...I enjoyed it and although it's something of a monster to sit through (I recommend an hour or two per night, which I don't ever usually like to do with other films), you'll find the time passes by pretty quick at times.

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