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    The Godfather Part II

    The Godfather Part II is an American 1974 crime drama film directed by Francis Ford Coppola from a script co-written with Mario Puzo. The film is both a sequel and a prequel to The Godfather, chronicling the story of the Corleone family following the events of the first film while also depicting the...
    • Byron Schilling

      Godfather 2 Movie Poster | The Godfather Part 2..........ONE OF MY FAVORITE MOVIES OF ALL TIME......I LIKED ALL 3 OF THEM.......GREAT MOVIES

    • Maria Gladys Velez

      The Godfather Part II is a 1974 American crime epic that Francis Ford Coppola produced, directed, and co-wrote with Mario Puzo, starring Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, and Robert De Niro.

    • Derek Kinard

      The Godfather II, 1974! A Greatest Movie Ever!!

    • Kimberly Arrington

      Godfather 2....My fav movie ever!

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