The Godfather: Part II  

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The Godfather: Part II (1974)

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In the continuing saga of the Corleone crime family, a young Vito Corleone grows up in Sicily and in 1910s New York. In the 1950s, Michael Corleone attempts to expand the family business into Las Vegas, Hollywood and Cuba.

Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Writers: Francis Ford Coppola, Mario Puzo.

Release Date: 1974-12-20
Status: Released
Run time: 200 min / 3:20
Budget: $13,000,000
Revenue: $102,600,000
Production Companies : Paramount, The Coppola Company
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1974-12-20
Status: Released
Run time: 200 min / 3:20
Budget: $13,000,000
Revenue: $102,600,000

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Al Pacino
as Don Michael Corleone
Robert Duvall
as Tom Hagen
Diane Keaton
as Kay Corleone
Robert De Niro
as Don Vito Corleone
John Cazale
as Fredo Corleone
Talia Shire
as Connie Corleone
Lee Strasberg
as Hyman Roth
Michael V. Gazzo
as Frankie Pentangeli
G. D. Spradlin
as Senator Pat Geary
Richard Bright
as Al Neri
Francesca De Sapio
as die Mutter des jungen Vito
Oreste Baldini
as Vito Andolini as a Boy
Gastone Moschin
as Don Fanucci
Giuseppe Sillato
as Don Francesco Ciccio
Bruno Kirby
as Young Clemenza
Frank Sivero
as Genco
Morgana King
as Mama Corleone
Marianna Hill
as Deanna Corleone
Leopoldo Trieste
as Signor Roberto
Dominic Chianese
as Johnny Ola
Fay Spain
as Mrs. Marcia Roth
Harry Dean Stanton
as F.B.I. Man #1
Danny Aiello
as Tony Rosato
Roger Corman
as Senator #2
William Bowers
as Senate Committee Chairman
James Caan
as Sonny Corleone
Tom Rosqui
as Rocco Lampone
Amerigo Tot
as Michael's Bodyguard
Troy Donahue
as Merle Johnson
John Aprea
as Young Tessio
Joe Spinell
as Willi Cicci
Abe Vigoda
as Tessio
Tere Livrano
as Theresa Hagen
Gianni Russo
as Carlo
Maria Carta
as Vito's mother
Mario Cotone
as Don Tommasino
Carmine Caridi
as Carmine Rosato
Carmine Foresta
as Policeman
Kathleen Beller
as Girl in 'Senza Mamma'
Ivonne Coll
as Yolanda
Roman Coppola
as Sonny Corleone as a Boy
Sofia Coppola
as Child on Ship
Sho Kosugi
as Passerby in Coat with Cap Pulled Down
James Gounaris
as Anthony Corleone
Nick Discenza
as Bartender
Joseph Medaglia
as Father Carmelo
Joseph Della Sorte
as Michael's Buttonman #1
Carmen Argenziano
as Michael's Buttonman #2
Joe Lo Grippo
as Michael's Buttonman #3
Ezio Flagello
as Impressario
Livio Giorgi
as Tenor in 'Senza Mamma'
Saveria Mazzola
as Signora Colombo
Tito Alba
as Cuban President
Johnny Naranjo
as Cuban Translator
Elda Maida
as Pentangeli's Wife
Salvatore Po
as Pentangeli's Brother
Ignazio Pappalardo
as Mosca
Andrea Maugeri
as Strollo
Peter LaCorte
as Signor Abbandando
Vincent Coppola
as Street Vendor
Peter Donat
as Questadt
Tom Dahlgren
as Fred Corngold
Phil Feldman
as Senator #1
Joe De Nicola
as Attendant at Brothel
Edward Van Sickle
as Ellis Island Doctor
Gabriella Belloni
as Ellis Island Nurse
Venancia Grangerard
as Cuban Nurse
G.D. Spradlin
as Senator Pat Geary
Erica Yohn
as Governess
Gary Kurtz
as Photographer in Court (uncredited)
Connie Mason
as (uncredited)
Frank Pesce
as Extra (uncredited)
Victor Pujols Faneyte
as Cuban Guerilla with Grenade (uncredited)
Julie Gregg
as Sandra Corleone (uncredited)
Larry Guardino
as Vito's Uncle (uncredited)
Buck Houghton
as Senator with mustache (uncredited)
Richard Matheson
as Senator #3 (uncredited)
John Megna
as Young Hyman Roth (uncredited)
Jay Rasumny
as Street Vendor (uncredited)
Filomena Spagnuolo
as Extra in Little Italy (uncredited)
Julian Voloshin
as Sam Roth (uncredited)
Shô Kosugi
as Passerby in Coat with Cap Pulled Down (uncredited)
Roman Coppola
as Sonny Corleone as a Boy (uncredited)
Italia Coppola
as Mama Corleone's Body (uncredited)


Directing Francis Ford Coppola Director
Production Francis Ford Coppola Producer
Production Gray Frederickson Producer
Production Fred Roos Producer
Production Mona Skager Producer
Writing Mario Puzo Novel
Writing Francis Ford Coppola Screenplay
Camera Gordon Willis Director of Photography
Sound Carmine Coppola Original Music Composer
Sound Nino Rota Original Music Composer
Art Dean Tavoularis Production Design
Editing Barry Malkin Editor
Editing Richard Marks Editor
Editing Peter Zinner Editor
Production Jane Feinberg Casting
Production Mike Fenton Casting
Production Vic Ramos Casting
Sound Howard Beals Sound Effects Editor
Sound Mark Berger Sound Montage Associate
Sound Nathan Boxer Production Sound Mixer
Sound George Brand Music Editor
Writing Mario Puzo Screenplay
Production Valerio De Paolis Production Supervisor
Directing John Franco Script Supervisor
Camera Bob Rose Grip
Crew Wayne Fitzgerald Title Graphics
Costume & Make-Up Charles H. Schram Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Dick Smith Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Naomi Cavin Hairstylist
Directing Newt Arnold Assistant Director
Camera Ralph Gerling Camera Operator
Sound Jerry Bock Additional Soundtrack
Directing Tony Brandt Assistant Director
Crew Joe Lombardi Special Effects
Production Robert Evans Executive Producer
Art Angelo P. Graham Art Direction
Art John Dapper Art Direction
Art George R. Nelson Set Decoration
Production Mario Cotone Unit Manager
Production Michael S. Glick Production Manager
Directing Burt Bluestein Assistant Director
Crew Ted Grossman Stunts
Crew James D. Brubaker Transportation Captain
Crew Chris Haynes Driver
Crew Hugh Kelly Driver
Crew James Caan Thanks
Crew Eileen Peterson Unit Publicist
Directing Alan Hopkins Assistant Director
Directing B.J. Bjorkman Script Supervisor
Sound Charles M. Wilborn Sound Recordist
Costume & Make-Up Theadora Van Runkle Costume Design
Sound Walter Murch Sound Montage Associate
Sound Walter Murch Sound Re-Recording Mixer

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  • It is commonplace to call Godfather 2 "Shakespearean"; I find myself remembering the BBC's I, Claudius. After Vito's death, young Michael Corleone is susceptible to a new quasi-father figure, ageing Florida boss Hyman Roth, played with quiet style and potency by Lee Strasberg.

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  • Audience Reviews for The Godfather, Part II Thirty-seven years after this came out, it is still one of the most thrilling movies out there. Al Pacino and Diane Keaton have to be the most unlikely couple ever cooked up by Hollywood, but their chemistry is real.

  • Godfather Part II, The (United States, 1974) A movie review by James Berardinelli A companion piece in the truest sense of the term, The Godfather Part II garnered as much adulation as its predecessor, if not more.

  • Moving through the deep shadows and heavy glooms of his vast estate, Michael Corleone presides over the destruction of his own spirit in “The Godfather, Part II.” The character we recall from “The Godfather” as the best and brightest of Don Vito’s sons, the one who went to college and enlisted in the Marines, grows into a cold and ruthless man, obsessed with power.

  • I love The Godfather but The Godfather: Part II has that extra spice that makes it just a bit better. The Godfather: Part II was followed by The Godfather: Part III in 1990 which unfortunately tainted The Godfather and The Godfather: Part II’s legacy in my book.

  • On Dec. 20, 1974, Francis Ford Coppola unveiled The Godfather: Part II in wide release. The Paramount film claimed six Oscars at the 47th Academy Awards, including for best picture.