Visit the Godfather House Marlon Brando on Rejecting His Oscar 1 day ago   05:56

The Godfather filming location: the Corleone mansion.
110 Longfellow Road, Emerson Hill, Staten Island


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The place is for sale now
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Total lack of respect by that moron news anchor, oh my god
Rosario Tramontana
This is a Sicilian message. It means Luca brasi sleep with the fishes
The interviewer is an idiot.
Dashon Harris
That scene when he died hurt me to my soul
cool story
Ramses JFG
4:42 if he did that in front of me I'd call him out right on the spot and would not do the interview if he dares to hit them again
Sheki Dobra
Selim Rusi
Why would he bang them like that? There's something strange about that
Trotterhorsr Watson Jr.
You standing on my lawn! (lol)
Kasquaskannaché Hukapapánski
Stanten Island the sphincter of America
Nawrton, Nawrton, Pal O Mine. C'mon down pal!
J Groucho
Those film cans were empty. Forgetabottit..
Tom Dockery
One would think that The Great Impostor would be Obama's favorite movie.
Rab carn
It was Saddam Hussein's favourite movie also
Damian B
Obama is a bigger mobster than they ever were.
Obama's fav movie because he's owned by gangsters and banksters
Barney Miller
Put the film down idiot
Slick Tiger
People Apparently don’t know anything about television. I guarantee those are not the 8mm tapes. Those are kept in a safety deposit box why would they bring them out to the studio? Those were just tape boxes.
News that matter
Finding out Marlin brando was a raging sodomite who would perform oral sex on men and was getting banged by the man in Cuba who had a 13 inch penis really ruined my perspective of the movie.
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Marlon Brando on Rejecting His Oscar Visit the Godfather House 1 day ago   07:55

Marlon talks more about his decision to reject the Oscar for his performance in The Godfather.

Date aired - 12th June 1973 - Marlon Brando

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