The Godfather DVD Collection

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One of the most popular and critically acclaimed series in the history of the American cinema, Francis Ford Coppola's Godfather trilogy arrives on DVD in a box set that truly presents these films with the care and respect they deserve. All three films have been given 1.85:1 letterboxed transfers, which are enhanced for playback on widescreen monitors; the audio has been remixed for Dolby Digital 5.1, with alternate French-language tracks in Dolby Digital mono. Francis Ford Coppola recorded commentary tracks for ...
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One of the most popular and critically acclaimed series in the history of the American cinema, Francis Ford Coppola's Godfather trilogy arrives on DVD in a box set that truly presents these films with the care and respect they deserve. All three films have been given 1.85:1 letterboxed transfers, which are enhanced for playback on widescreen monitors; the audio has been remixed for Dolby Digital 5.1, with alternate French-language tracks in Dolby Digital mono. Francis Ford Coppola recorded commentary tracks for all three films, and the set also includes an in-depth documentary on the making of the Godfather films. Other bonus materials include a number of deleted scenes, biographical profiles of the cast and the filmmakers, featurettes on the film's music and photography, a look at the production storyboards, and much more. The Godfather DVD Collection offers a near-definitive look at three of the most influential and acclaimed motion pictures of their time.
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Special Features

Dolby digital 5.1 Surround Sound; widescreen version enhanced for 16.9 TVs; audio commentary by Francis Ford Coppola; bonus disc containing: additional scenes; making-of documentary; cast rehearsals; Coppola's production notebook; never-before-seen storyboards; filming locations featurette; cinematography of The Godfather; music of The Godfather; The Corleone family tree; The Godfather historical timeline
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Francis Ford Coppola's monumental Godfather saga arrives on DVD for the first time in this stunning five-disc Collector’s Gift Set. The Godfather 1972 transformed Mario Puzo's novel into a wondrous film epic that won three Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor for Marlon Brando’s legendary performance as Don Vito Corleone, the head of the family. The Godfather Part II serves as both a prequel and sequel, telling in parallel narratives the stories of Vito's rise in early-20th-century America with Robert De Niro portraying the young Don and his son Michael's Al Pacino expansion of the family business through the 1950s. Following the original by two years, Part II won six Oscars, including Best Film, Best Director for Coppola, and Best Supporting Actor De Niro. Produced 16 years later, The Godfather Part III brought the Corleone family into the '90s and earned seven Academy Award nominations, despite some critical carping. Each of the three films Part II is presented on two discs comes with a new full-length audio commentary by Coppola, and anyone who's seen the riveting documentary Hearts of Darkness about the filming of Apocalypse Now knows what fascinating and amusing company this maverick director can be. Even better, the extraordinary bonus disc produced especially for this DVD collection contains a veritable gold mine of materials. These include: storyboards; additional scenes; cast rehearsals; making-of documentaries and featurettes; musings on the music of the Godfather; Academy Award acceptance speeches, including Marlon Brando’s infamous refusal of his Oscar for Best Actor; Coppola’s notebook; and more. One of the most eagerly anticipated DVD collections ever, this lavish gift set should be on everyone’s must-have list.
Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Francis Ford Coppola’s 1974 sequel to The Godfather is an audacious tour de force believed by many critics and movie fans to be superior to the original film -- and with good reason. Coppola resisted the urge to make a conventional sequel; instead he crafted a film with dual story lines that bookend the events of the first Godfather. In one narrative Al Pacino returns as Michael Corleone, now deeply entrenched as the leader of a Mafia “family” whose influence extends to the lavish casinos of Eisenhower-era Las Vegas. Locked in a desperate struggle with shrewd Jewish mobster Hyman Roth played brilliantly by veteran acting teacher Lee Strasberg, Michael also clashes with those closest to him, including wife Kay Diane Keaton and brother Fredo John Cazale. The alternate plot features Robert De Niro as Michael’s father, Vito -- the character played by Brando in the first movie -- who is seen as a young man coming to New York from Sicily and locking horns with a fellow countryman, the neighborhood crime boss. Coppola develops the parallel stories with equal vigor and intensity, although the showdown between Michael and Roth, quite properly, forms the film’s unforgettable climax. More atmospheric and introspective than The Godfather, Part II is less a slam-bang gangster film than a Greek tragedy in contemporary settings. Michael Corleone grapples with the consequences of his decision to lead the family “business,” sacrificing his most intimate relationships -- and even his very soul -- to the compulsive desire to retain power and destroy his enemies. With their dual-story concept, Coppola and co-writer Mario Puzo make certain we realize that Michael’s fate was, to a large extent, sealed by the choices his father made decades before. Thirty years after it was made, this extravagant, epochal sequel remains vital and gripping, and it may well be the greatest film Coppola has ever made.
Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Derided by some as upon its theatrical release in 1990, the second Godfather sequel has weathered the intervening years quite gracefully, and it no longer seems as contrived or overwrought as its detractors maintained. The story begins in 1979, as Michael Corleone Al Pacino again, having divested himself of his illegal operations, finds himself being honored by the Catholic Church for his various charitable contributions. Michael hopes to repair his fractured relationships with ex-wife Kay Diane Keaton and daughter Mary Sofia Coppola, daughter of writer-director Francis Ford Coppola, but he gets sucked back into the vortex of Mob mayhem thanks to the machinations of ruthless Joey Zaza Joe Mantegna, whose minions include Vincent Andy Garcia, the illegitimate son of Michael’s late brother Sonny. Also involved in the intrigue is an old Italian don played by Eli Wallach, and the film’s third act brings Michael and family to their ancestral homeland for an extended confrontation that climaxes explosively against the backdrop of a colorful ballet performance. Pacino, not unexpectedly, is magnificent as the aging Godfather -- weary, physically ill, but still very much a force to be reckoned with. Despite his cold-blooded ruthlessness, Michael has finally become a sympathetic character, and Coppola takes pains to make him a tragic protagonist whose last great triumph occurs simultaneously with his most heartbreaking defeat. Garcia, whose trademark intensity rivals Pacino’s, hasn’t got all that much to do, but he acquits himself handily and contributes several memorable moments. The film’s only weak link -- and the one mentioned by critics in review after review -- is Sofia Coppola, whose performance as Mary is hopelessly inadequate. But a single supporting character doesn’t mean all that much in a movie of such epic scope, and Part III brings the Corleone saga to an altogether satisfactory conclusion.

Derided by some as upon its theatrical release in 1990, the second Godfather sequel has weathered the intervening years quite gracefully, and it no longer seems as contrived or overwrought as its detractors maintained. The story begins in 1979, as Michael Corleone Al Pacino again, having divested himself of his illegal operations, finds himself being honored by the Catholic Church for his various charitable contributions. Michael hopes to repair his fractured relationships with ex-wife Kay Diane Keaton and daughter Mary Sofia Coppola, daughter of writer-director Francis Ford Coppola, but he gets sucked back into the vortex of Mob mayhem thanks to the machinations of ruthless Joey Zaza Joe Mantegna, whose minions include Vincent Andy Garcia, the illegitimate son of Michael’s late brother Sonny. Also involved in the intrigue is an old Italian don played by Eli Wallach, and the film’s third act brings Michael and family to their ancestral homeland for an extended confrontation that climaxes explosively against the backdrop of a colorful ballet performance. Pacino, not unexpectedly, is magnificent as the aging Godfather -- weary, physically ill, but still very much a force to be reckoned with. Despite his cold-blooded ruthlessness, Michael has finally become a sympathetic character, and Coppola takes pains to make him a tragic protagonist whose last great triumph occurs simultaneously with his most heartbreaking defeat. Garcia, whose trademark intensity rivals Pacino’s, hasn’t got all that much to do, but he acquits himself handily and contributes several memorable moments. The film’s only weak link -- and the one mentioned by critics in review after review -- is Sofia Coppola, whose performance as Mary is hopelessly inadequate. But a single supporting character doesn’t mean all that much in a movie of such epic scope, and Part III brings the Corleone saga to an altogether satisfactory conclusion.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/9/2001
  • UPC: 097361564746
  • Rating:

  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, monaural
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 9:05:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Side #1 -- The Godfather Widescreen Version
0. Scene Selection
1. I Believe In America [7:01]
2. The Wedding [4:17]
3. Johnny Fontane [1:00]
4. Tom Hagen Goes To Hollywood [:27]
5. Meeting With Sollozzo [2:35]
6. Shooting Of Don Corleone [2:12]
7. Luca Brasi Sleeps With The Fishes [4:33]
8. Michael At The Hospital [3:28]
9. It's Strictly Business [:57]
10. How's The Italian Food In This Restaurant? [7:16]
11. The Don Returns Home [5:58]
12. The Thunderbolt [2:13]
13. Sonny Gives Carlo A Warning [:39]
14. Michael Marries Apollonia [3:04]
15. I Don't Want His Mother To See Him This Way [2:36]
16. Apollonia's Murder [9:30]
17. We Are All Reasonable Men Here [10:20]
18. The Don Puts Michael In Charge [7:04]
19. I'm Moe Green [14:10]
20. I Never Wanted This For You [7:06]
21. Baptism And Murder [:32]
22. Don't Ask Me About My Business, Kay [:50]
23. End Credits [:33]
Side #2 -- The Godfather Part II Disc I Widescreen Version
0. Scene Selection
1. Funeral In Sicily [3:23]
2. Its' Not His Words I'm Afraid Of [3:47]
3. Ellis Island, 1901 [4:36]
4. Party At Lake Tahoe [4:13]
5. You Can Have My Answer Now [3:55]
6. Frankie Pentangeli's Complaint [:27]
7. Bedroom Shooting [1:27]
8. New York City, 1917 [2:10]
9. Vito Meets Clemenza [3:19]
10. Keep Your Friends Close, But Your Enemies Closer [6:49]
11. I Remember She Was Laughing [9:11]
12. Welcome To Havana [5:52]
13. I Know It Was You, Fredo [10:17]
14. Was It A Boy? [6:02]
15. Fanucci Wants To Wet His Beak [6:58]
16. Murder OF Fanucci [4:21]
Side #3 -- The Godfather Part II Disc II Widescreen Version
0. Scene Selection
1. You Can Never Lose Your Family [6:21]
2. The Dog Stays [7:33]
3. Senate Hearing [7:43]
4. You're Nothing To Me Now [5:05]
5. Pentalgeli Sees His Brother [4:20]
6. Michael, You Are Blind [6:11]
7. My Father's Name Was...Antonio Andolini [7:01]
8. Mama Corleone's Funeral [5:36]
9. You Can Kill Anyone [4:45]
10. Like The Roman Empire [3:47]
11. Kay With Her Children [2:05]
12. Hail Mary, Full Of Grace [4:35]
13. Surprise Party [4:45]
14. End Credits [4:02]
Side #4 -- The Godfather Part III Widescreen Version
0. Scene Selection
1. Michael's Letter [5:59]
2. Party At Michael's Apartment [8:32]
3. Anthony's Decision [8:23]
4. The Trouble Between Vincent And Joey Zasa [9:24]
5. Who Sent You? [7:00]
6. The Archbishop Asks For Michael's Help [3:33]
7. Shareholder's Meeting [6:30]
8. The Vatican Bank, Rome [4:00]
9. Atlantic City Massacre [10:40]
10. Just When I Thought I Was Out [8:28]
11. Mary Visits Vincent At The Club [3:51]
12. Street Fair [3:13]
13. Michael At The Hospital [3:33]
14. Return To Sicily [1:40]
15. Michael Tells Vincent His Plan [8:07]
16. Confession [5:09]
17. Michael Shows Kay Sicily [11:21]
18. Pope John Paul The First [3:17]
19. Give Me A Chance To Redeem Myself [10:40]
20. Teatro Massimo [2:37]
21. Cavalleria Rusticana [6:10]
22. Revenge [5:18]
23. Finale On The Steps [9:04]
24. The Death Of Michael Corleone [8:52]
25. End Credits [5:00]
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Menu

Side #1 -- The Godfather Widescreen Version
   Play Film
   Set Up
Side #2 -- The Godfather Part II Disc I Widescreen Version
   Play Film
   Set Up
Side #3 -- The Godfather Part II Disc II Widescreen Version
   Play Film
   Set Up
Side #4 -- The Godfather Part III Widescreen Version
   Play Film
   Set Up
Side #5 -- The Godfather Bonus Materials
   Behind The Scenes
      A Look Inside
      On Location
      Francis Coppola's Notebook
      Music Of The Godfather
         Nino Rota
         Carmine Coppola
   Filmmakers
      Francis Ford Coppola
      Mario Puzo
      Gordon Willis
      Dean Tavoularis
      Nino Rota
      Carmine Coppola
   Galleries
      Trailers
         The Godfather
         The Godfather Part II
         The Godfather Part III
            Searching For Vito
            Fanucci Attacked
            Clemenza: "I'm My Own Boss"
            Playing The Flute
            Discussing Fanucci
            Reasoning With Signor Roberto
            Don Vito Corleone
            Introducing Hyman Roth
            Vito's Revenge
      Photo Gallery
      Rogue's Gallery
      DVD Credits
      Acclaim & Response
         The Godfather, Best Screenplay 1972
            The Death Of Genco
            A Gift From Woltz
            Hagen Sees Janie
            A Family Fight
            Michael And Kay In Bed
            The Don's Been Shot
            Sonny Absorbs The News
            Michael Gets Involved
            Planning Paulie's Death
            Clemenza Eats Lunch
         The Godfather, Best Picture 1972
            Communist Demonstration
            Seeking Vito's House
            Yelling In The Shower
            "Bring Me Fabrizio"
            Talking In The Garden
            Hagen: "Why Am I Out?"
            Kay Lights Candles
         The Godfather Part II, Best Director 1974
            Fredo And Deanna
            No Champagne Cocktails...
            Francesca To Marry
            Fabrizio Located
            Anthony And Pentangeli
            Neri Humiliates Klingman
            Murder Of Fabrizio
            Godfather III Alternate Opening
         The Godfather Part II, Best Picture 1974
         Awards and Nominations
         1974 Network TV Intro
   The Family Tree
      Michael 1920-1997
         Anthony 1951-
            Anthony Corleone
         Mary 1953-1979
            Mary Corleone
         Apollonia 1931-1947
            Apollonia
         Michael 1920-1997
            Michael Corleone
         Kay Adams 1924-
            Kay Adams
      Sautino (Sonny) 1916-1948
         Vincent 1948-
            Vincent Maucini
         Sandra
         Sautino (Sonny) 1916-1948
            ca. 1925
            ca. 1945
         Lucy Maucini
      Coustanzia (Connie) 1927 -
         Michael Francis 1954-
            Michael Francis Rizzi
         (Constanzia (Connie) 1927-
            Connie Corleone
         Carlo Rizzi ?-1955
            Carlo Rizzi
      Frederico (Fredo) 1919-1959
         Deanna Dunn
         Frederico (Fredo) 1919-1959
            Fredo Corleone
      Tom Hageu 1910-197?
         Andrew 1942-
            Andrew Hageu
         Tom Hageu 1910-197?
            Tom Hageu
         Theresa 1920-
      Vito Corleone 1892-1954
         Johnny Fontane
            Johnny Fontane
         Carmella 1897-1959
            Carmella "Mama" Corleone 1897-1959
         Vito Corleone né Andolini 1892-1954
            ca. 1901
            ca. 1916
            ca. 1945
         Mother ?-1901
            Mama Andolini
   Additional Scenes
      1892-1930
      1931-1945
      1946-1955
      1956-1997
      Scenes 1901-1927
      Scenes 1945
      Scenes 1947-1955
      Scenes 1958-1979
   Set Up
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    Wow,this has to be THE BEST mobster dvd collevtion I have ever seen.Not only is it about a mobster family,it is about family,loyalty,and revenge.It is gory sometimes in the films but it is a awsome trilogy.I HIGHLY would recommend these movies to anyone OLDER,these movies are classic.Go and buy the box set.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wonderful!

    This DVD pack is Awesome! it comes with all 3 classic films, and a bonus disc. It is really funny that they advertize 5 discs though, because the secone movie is so long (200 minutes) they had to make it 2 disks. Others complian about the darkness, well they are over exaggerating! There are a few 5 second clips with a little darkness, but other that that they are vaer clear!!! A+!!!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Best movies of all time

    Without question, the godfather is the best movie of all time, if you don't believe me ask your parents about it, or go see it yourself. I have this dvd colleciton it is awesome. The directing in it is great, and the story's are great, and the acting is flawless. In fact, all the movies in this colleciton are flawless. So go see them, now

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pure genius

    I bought the three part vhs collection several years ago and I literally wore them out.I was so drawn in once I started wathing I could not stop. A once in a lifetime collection of pure genius from the grouping of actors to the whole storyline to the way the three parts were tied together

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    No words.

    Parts one and two are simply amazing...seeing Al Pacino and Robert de Niro that young startled me the first time I saw them. You probably heard the music before somewhere...it is simply famous. Part three has its own merits, but it doesn't quite reach the greatness that the other two do. Pacino didn't age as well as the other three actors still there- Diane Keaton(Kay), Talia Shire(Connie), and Richard Bright. The bonus disc evidently includes some really great documentaries and behind the scenes stuff, though I wouldn't know, as I've only rented the DVDs from Netflix and didn't see it yet.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WOW!!! The Best Movie

    Such an outstanding performance.It is my husband's favorite movie.Whenever they played the movie on TV.I never liked it because I didn't understand it from the middle.But when I gifted my hubby this movie for his birthday and when we watched it I realised it is one of the best movies I have seen.Must own movie at home.And also I got it for a good deal at bn.com during christmas.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A MUST-HAVE

    While I wasn't too crazy about Godfather III, Godfather I & II are two of my favorite movies of all time. A lot of organized crime movies have come out over the past couple of decades, but NONE of them can hold a candle to the Andolini/Corleone epic saga!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Simply the best movie of all time.

    I just got it yesterday and I can stop watching it. It's just simply one of the best movies of all time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Only Part III hinders the saga from getting five stars

    Now before everybody gets all mad because I didn't give this a 5-star rating, let me first say this: Part III blows and everyody {Godfather buffs anyway} knows it. Maybe if Francis Ford Coppola {the director} spent more time with the movie instead of just making in an attempt to make money, we would literaly have a perfect series. But no matter because Parts I and II are phenomenonal and no movie van even come close to it's greatness.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great but.....

    I can see why people may be upset with the fact that I'm giving this collection a 3-star rating instead of a 5-star, but something happened along the way that's not good at all: Part III blows! Had it not been for Part III, we would literally have a perfect series. Oh well, all's well that ends well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the best films of all time.

    Simply put, The Godfather is one of the best films of all time. If you haven't seen it, then you don't know what you are missing. This film (and II & III) will stand the test of time for generations to come. You have to get the complete DVD Set, it is priceless. Take Care... Chad Castorina

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Never Enought of the God Father

    It is one of the best dvd's I bought, so far. I get something new out of it every time I watch it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Godfather Collection

    Francis Ford Cappola's timeless epic three-movie saga THE GODFATHER returns, to DVD!!! Re-live moments and get reminded of the great events or enter into the new world of Mario Puzo's masterpiece. In THE GODFATHER PART ONE, death knocks at the Corleone's door, when The Don Corleone dies leaving Michael as the boss of the family buisiness. In THE GODFATHER PART TWO, Michael creates a vendetta as The Don promised would happen if he died after making ammends with the main family, to avenge his father's death. In THE GODFATHER PART THREE, Michael recollects a few years of his late life, in the concluding episode of THE GODFATHER, with a most shocking climax end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    all round perfection

    movies are rarely so masterful! This outstanding 5 disc box-set includes, all three godfather films, revolving around the mafia lifestyle of scicillian-American family, the corleones. But its not just the films that make this product so unmissable; it is also the neat packaging and fantastic special features[audio commentary,documentaries,directors note book e.t.c...]that make this a must buy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Happy

    I Spent AU$110 on this Box Collection and have not looked back, it is a great 3 movies and also a really good look into movie making and how they went from Nothing, to world wide acclaim.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An offer you can't refuse!

    The greatest saga ever made finally on DVD! This set features all three films (Streched across five discs) and a bouns disc of documentaries, deleted scenes and more. As you watch the films, you will see: Marlon Brando's best role ever, Al Pacino rise to fame and a classic unfold. Plus, Barnes and Noble.com is offering the whole set for twenty bucks off of retail. So with the features and the saved money, this is truly, ''An offer you can't refuse.''

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The GODFATHER SAGA

    The most RIVITING story ever.The cast was excellent. Marlon made a great Don Corleone. No one could have played that part any better.I GIVE the GODFATHER SAGA 10 THUMBS UP. I have enjoyed the Books and the movies and have watched and read them several times.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse!!!

    This is the mother of all DVD collection. Memorable Moments from Great Movies! Great Moments and Scenes from Memorable Movies! Great Lines and Quotes from the Movies! Great Movies with Great Dialogue! Great Stars and Great Characters in Great Moments from Great Movies!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    DEFINING HOLLYWOOD

    Look no farther. This collection is the creme de la creme!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    the classic becomes better

    you haven't seen the godfather untill you have seen it on dvd

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