The Godfather: Part II

Rating:8.5
Released:1974
Genres:Drama, Crime
Crew:Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Walter Murch | Sound Montage Associate: Walter Murch | Screenplay: Francis Ford Coppola | Director: Francis Ford Coppola | Producer: Francis Ford Coppola | Producer: Gray Frederickson | Producer: Fred Roos | Producer: Mona Skager | Original Music Composer: Carmine Coppola | Casting: Vic Ramos

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Synopsis

In the continuing saga of the Corleone crime family, a young Vito Corleone grows up in Sicily and in 1910s New York. In the 1950s, Michael Corleone attempts to expand the family business into Las Vegas, Hollywood and Cuba.




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Sound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> imageSound Re-Recording Mixer: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Sound Montage Associate: <strong>Walter Murch</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Director: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Francis Ford Coppola</strong> | Producer: <strong>Gray Frederickson</strong> | Producer: <strong>Fred Roos</strong> | Producer: <strong>Mona Skager</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Carmine Coppola</strong> | Casting: <strong>Vic Ramos</strong> image


Reviews

jkbbr549

This is by far the greatest movie of all time! Even better than the first Godfather!

Matthew Dixon

Worthy sequel to the first movie. In something more meditative and unhurried, in something more philosophically meaningful than its legendary predecessor. Backstage games and backstage talks replaced the dramatic mood swings of the main characters and the exchange of fire.

The second film continues the story of Michael Carleone in the role of the Godfather, and also complements the family story with scenes of the formation of the young Vito Andolini and his escape to America. The difficult choice of being young Don, his sphere of expansion of influence opens up new heights and horizons, but also acquires new enemies. Big money and power always keep pace with great temptation, and therefore you should always keep your ears open. After all, the knife in the back can insert exactly the one from whom you do not expect ...


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