"Forgive me, Godfather, but with you gone, me and Pete'll come under Barzini's thumb sooner or later."

"Forgive me, Godfather, but with you gone, me and Pete'll come under Barzini's thumb sooner or later."

"The Godfather" (Paramount Pictures/1972) ~ "You have to answer for Santino, Carlo. You fingered Sonny for the Barzini people. Ah, that little farce you played with my sister. You think that would fool a Corleone?" ~ MIchael Corleone

"The Godfather" (Paramount Pictures/1972) ~ "You have to answer for Santino, Carlo. You fingered Sonny for the Barzini people. Ah, that little farce you played with my sister. You think that would fool a Corleone?" ~ MIchael Corleone

"Only don't tell me you're innocent. Because it insults my intelligence and makes me very angry. Now who approached you? Tattaglia or Barzini? - Michael Corleone. The Godfather

"Only don't tell me you're innocent. Because it insults my intelligence and makes me very angry. Now who approached you? Tattaglia or Barzini? - Michael Corleone. The Godfather

"Barzini will move against you first. He'll set up a meeting with someone that you absolutely trust,guaranteeing your safety. And at that meeting, you'll be assassinated. Now listen. Whoever comes to you with this Barzini meeting, he's the traitor. Don't forget that." - Vito Corleone. The Godfather

"Barzini will move against you first. He'll set up a meeting with someone that you absolutely trust,guaranteeing your safety. And at that meeting, you'll be assassinated. Now listen. Whoever comes to you with this Barzini meeting, he's the traitor. Don't forget that." - Vito Corleone. The Godfather

Corleone enforcer Al Neri (Richard Bright) shoots Don Emilio Barzini during the Baptism of Fire in "The Godfather" (1972).

Corleone enforcer Al Neri (Richard Bright) shoots Don Emilio Barzini during the Baptism of Fire in "The Godfather" (1972).

Richard Conte as Don Emilio Barzini is shot by Corleone enforcer Al Neri (Richard Bright), disguised as a police officer, outside of the New York Supreme Court courthouse at Foley Square during the Baptism Murders scene in "The Godfather" (1972).

Richard Conte as Don Emilio Barzini is shot by Corleone enforcer Al Neri (Richard Bright), disguised as a police officer, outside of the New York Supreme Court courthouse at Foley Square during the Baptism Murders scene in "The Godfather" (1972).

Abe Vigoda is still alive! - Random Samples - The Rush Forum

Abe Vigoda is still alive! - Random Samples - The Rush Forum

"Barzini wants to arrange a meeting. He says we can straighten any of our problems. I can arrange security. On my territory. Alright?"- Salvarore Tessio. The Godfather

"Barzini wants to arrange a meeting. He says we can straighten any of our problems. I can arrange security. On my territory. Alright?"- Salvarore Tessio. The Godfather

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