only Godfather novel is the original The Godfather
(1969). There were no separate novels for Parts II and III, although
The Godfather does include the young Vito (De Niro) sequences.
The rest of Part II and III were written only for the screenplay.
there is no second novel for The Last Don. Although the
mini-series on television had a Part II, The Last Don is
only one novel. Mario Puzo did not write the screenplay for either
miniseries, but did consult on the first installment.
GODFATHER FAMILY ALBUM is a must-have for Godfather fans. Weighing
in at around 6.5 lbs and measuring 10"x15" the hardcover
ALBUM is crammed full of 100s of photos throughout its 424 pages,
covering all three films. There are photos, large and small, from
the film itself as well as from Steve Schapiro's behind-the-scenes
collection. Many you've seen before, and many you likely haven't,
all with captions and various quotes from the movies and cast/crew.
This is not merely a picture book, however. Also included are excerpts
of The Godfather (from Mario Puzo's The
Godfather Papers & Other Confessions,
Interview with Marlon Brando (Life, 1972)
"Al Pacino: An Actor Who Believes in Taking Chances"
"The Making of The Godfather--Sort of a Home Movie"
Retrospective Interviews by Peter Biskind (Premiere, 1997)
Coppola and The Godfather (Sight and Sound, 1972)
Interview With Al Pacino (Playboy, 1979)
Interview with Francis Ford Coppola (Newsweek, 1974)
Interview with Francis Ford Coppola (Playboy, 1975)
Interview with Francis Ford Coppola (NYT, 1974)
"Godfather III" (Life, 1990)
The third, and final, installment in Mario Puzo's epic chronicle of the Corleone crime family-one of the most enduring lineages in American literature and cinema-achieves a stunning crescendo with a story that imagines the role of the Mafia in the assassination of a young, charismatic president.
The Collector's Edition
for PS2 & X-Box includes: Behind-the-scenes video with James Caan
and Robert Duvall; detailed "making of" game footage and interviews;
documentary exploring the cultural impact of The Godfather; in-depth video
walkthroughs of game strategy.
like you've never seen, tales you've never heard -- until now. Sizzing,
behind-the-scenes stories about the men, the Mob, movie stars, and missing
money that made '50s and '60s Vegas such a hot spot in the Nevada desert.
21 stories packed
with intrigue and mystery, a thoroughly researched book, vintage photos.
little gem contains 60 pertinent messages/proverbs for life ("Blood
is thicker than water", "To succeed in business, you must
run a tight ship"). What sets this apart is that we're learning
these messages from the film classic THE GODFATHER.
(aka Donnie Brasco) is back in action, documenting THE WAY
OF THE WISEGUY: True Stories from the FBI's Most Famous Undercover
In this riveting
nonfiction tale, Pistone recounts the tales from the lives of
his alter egos, each of whom dealt with various gangs of Wiseguys
all over the world -- New York Mafia, Scotland Yard, Chinese Triads,
and multiple third world countries.
account includes a CD with actual FBI surveillance audio from
the Donnie Brasco Operation!
not the "official" sequel, THE
RETURN OF SF became available October, 2003! I've read it, and
must say it is absolutely fabulous - you will not be disappointed!
THE RETURN OF
SF is the story of two brothers, Alejandro and Roberto. Join their
wild journey from the streets of Cuba, to the excitement of Miami's
nightlife. We follow them and their attempts to resist the drug world
that doomed their father.
It is also about
a major player coming back from the past. At first trying to live a
normal life. But ultimately realizing that revenge is the only answer.
If you like Scarface, you'll loveTHE RETURN OF
Mario Puzo's final
work -- a labor of love for over ten years -- completed by wife and
author Carol Gino after his death. A
story of the greatest power family in Italian history -- the Borgias
-- set in fifteenth-century Rome.
You know Henry Hill's
story from Goodfellas. In this book he tells some spicy stories of his
life in the Mob and out, and shows readers how to whip up his favorite
dishes, Sicilian-style recipes to make even the toughest tough-guy beg