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Tom Hagen:
Mr Corleone is Johnny Fontane's godfather. Now Italians regard that as a very close, a very sacred religious relationship.
Jack Woltz:
Tell your boss he can ask for anything else, but this is one favour I can't grant him.
Tom Hagen:
Mr. Corleone never asks a second favor once he's refused the first, understood?
Jack Woltz:
You don't understand. Johnny Fontane never gets that movie. That part is perfect for him. It'll make him a big star. I'm gonna run him out of the movies. And let me tell you why. Johnny Fontane ruined one of Woltz International's most valuable proteges. For three years we had her under contract, singing lessons, dancing lessons, acting lessons. I spent hundreds of thousands of dollars. I was gonna make her a big star. And let me be even more frank, just to show you that I'm not a hard-hearted man, that it's not all dollars and cents. She was beautiful! She was young, she was innocent. She was the greatest piece of ass I've ever had, and I've had 'em all over the world. And then Johnny Fontaine comes along with his olive oil voice and guinea charm and she runs off. She threw it all away just to make me look ridiculous. And a man in my position can't afford to be made to look ridiculous. Now you get the hell out of here! And if that goomba tries any rough stuff, you tell him I ain't no bandleader. Yeah, I heard that story.
[Hagen has been calmly eating his meal throughout Woltz's tirade]

Tom Hagen:
Thank you for the dinner and a very pleasant evening. Have your car take me to the airport. Mr Corleone is a man who insists on hearing bad news at once.

- Shall I stay?
- SONNY: Yeah. Are you all right?
- I'm fine.
- There's food. Are you hungry?
- No.
- A drink? Brandy will sweat it out.
- Go ahead.
- That might be a good idea.
Take care of that son-of-a-bitch.
Paulie sold out the old man.
- Make that the first thing on your list.
- Understood.
Mickey, tomorrow, get some guys
and go to Luca's apartment.
Maybe we shouldn't get Mike
mixed up in this too directly.
Hanging around the house
on the phone would be a big help.
Try Luca again.
- What's this?
- TESSIO: A Sicilian message.
It means Luca Brasi
sleeps with the fishes.
- I'm going.
- When will you be home?
Probably late.
- Don't forget the cannoli!
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Rocco, sit on the other side.
You block the rear-view mirror.
Sonny's running wild. He wants
to go to mattresses already.
We have to find a spot on the
West Side. Try 309 West 43rd Street.
- Know a good spot on the West Side?
- I'll think about it.
Think while you're driving.
I want to hit New York this month.
Watch the kids.
ROCCO: Paulie, go down 39th Street,
pick up 18 mattresses
and bring me the bill.
PAULIE: Yeah, all right.
ROCCO: Make sure they're clean,
because the guys
will be there a long time.
PAULIE: They're clean
and exterminated.
That's a bad word to use.
Exterminate! Watch out,
so we don't exterminate you!
ROCCO: Pull over.
I've got to take a leak.
Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
CLEMENZA: Hey, Mike! Hey, Mikey!
- Yeah.
- Phone call!
- Who is it?
- Some girl.
- Hello. Kay?
- KAY: How's your father?
He's going to make it.
I love you.
I love you!
- Michael?
- Yeah, I know.
- Tell me you love me.
- I can't talk.
Can't you say it?
I'll see you tonight.
Why don't you tell that nice girl
you love her?
I love you with all my heart. If I don't
see you again soon, I'm going to die!
Come and learn something. You might
have to cook for 20 guys some day.
You start with a little oil,
then fry some garlic.
Throw in some tomatoes, tomato paste,
fry it and make sure it doesn't stick.
You get it to a boil, you shove in
all your sausage and meatballs.
Add a little bit of wine.
And a little bit of sugar. That's my trick.
Cut the crap. I have more important
things for you. How's Paulie?

Clip duration: 294 seconds
Views: 22
Movie: The Godfather
Year: 1972
Genres: crime, drama
Summary: The aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son.

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Tom Hagen - Robert Duvall
Jack Woltz - John Marley