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HBO’s ‘Francis & the Godfather’ Movie to Go Behind Scenes of the Mafia Classic

Francis Ford Coppola was a pretty intense dude during the ’70s. He damn near lost his mind while shooting Apocalypse Now in the jungles of Southeast Asia, a quagmire duly chronicled in the documentary Hearts of Darkness. While shooting The Godfather Part II on location in Trieste, Coppola told Italian journalists, “To some extent, I have become Michael.” He’s a larger-than-life character, and it’s only fitting that he’ll now be dramatized himself.

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Netflix's "House Of Cards" For Your Consideration Q&A Event - Arrivals
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‘The Sopranos’ actor shares stories of the show’s first year

A former cast member of the hit HBO series dishes on what it was like to be a cast member on the show.

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Photos via Steve Wood/Evan Agostini/ Getty Images
Photos via Steve Wood/Evan Agostini/ Getty Images
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‘The Godfather’ vs ‘The Sopranos': Which series would you choose? (Poll)

If you could only pledge your allegiance to one iconic series, would it be to Michael Corleone or Tony Soprano?

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In this July 25, 1996 file photo, author Mario Puzo talks during an interview in New York. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler, File)
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‘The Godfather’ author’s papers sell at auction for $625,000

An archive of author Mario Puzo's papers that includes multiple drafts of "The Godfather" novel and movie screenplay has sold at auction for $625,000.

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This photo provided by Paramount Pictures shows Marlon Brando, right, as Don Corleone, in a scene from the 1972 movie, "The Godfather."  A New York City house featured in "The Godfather" is on the market for just under $3 million. The Staten Island Advance reports that the house's exterior was used in the 1972 mob classic. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures)
This photo provided by Paramount Pictures shows Marlon Brando, right, as Don Corleone, in a scene from the 1972 movie, "The Godfather." A New York City house featured in "The Godfather" is on the market for just under $3 million. The Staten Island Advance reports that the house's exterior was used in the 1972 mob classic. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures)
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Leave the gun, take the ‘Godfather’ house

Make them an offer they can't refuse.

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Al Martino performs in the Godfather
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New Jersey loves Al Martino

What started as a random comment by Judi, turned into an hour of "Six Degrees of Al Martino."

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Henry Hill Youtube screenshot
Henry Hill Youtube screenshot
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Goodfellas Mobster Henry Hill Dead – Favorite Mobster Movie Scene [VIDEOS/NSFW]

Truth be told, I remember coming home one night late from work, and putting on the VHS of “Goodfellas.”

I got depressed.

And I remember my sister telling me, “wasn’t that great...

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Getty Images - No Maui Wowee here!
Getty Images - No Maui Wowee here!
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Medical Marijuana in Jackson – Out Come the Pitchforks [POLL]

Ok, so let's review from last night!

I brought up the subject of another medical marijuana facility being proposed…this time in Jackson...

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