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Who was the assassin in The Godfather?

Who was the assassin in The Godfather?

Albert Neri is a fictional character appearing in Mario Puzo’s 1969 novel The Godfather and Francis Ford Coppola’s trilogy of films based on it. In all three motion pictures, he is portrayed by actor Richard Bright. He functions as Michael Corleone’s personal enforcer, bodyguard and assassin.

Who was the assassin in Godfather 3?

Osvaldo “Ozzie” Altobello is a fictional character and the primary antagonist of the 1990 film The Godfather Part III. In the film, he is portrayed by Eli Wallach….Don Altobello.

Osvaldo Altobello
First appearance The Godfather Part III
Last appearance The Godfather’s Revenge
Created by Mario Puzo
Portrayed by Eli Wallach

Why did Vito Corleone become Mafia?

In the book The Godfather I read that Vito Corleone became mafia because the society couldn’t protect, that we have to act to protect ourselves. But somehow I didn’t get it.

How come Mafia hit men always drop the guns?

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How come mafia hit men always drop the guns? They don’t want to be caught with the weapon while fleeing the scene. If they’ve taken precautions to keep the gun from being traced back to them, it won’t be much help to the police. In that case, it’s better to leave it for the cops.

What is the significance of Corleone in the godfather?

In “The Godfather”, Corleone is the place the Godfather was born and the surname adopted by the fictional mafia family. And this is no accident: in the years after the Second World War, Corleone actually was a stronghold of the Sicilian Mafia and considered for a time to be one of the most dangerous cities in the world.

Why do you need to go back to Corleone?

You need to go back to Corleone. Vito family is murdered by a mafia Don because his father opposed him. He witness his mother begging the Don to spare his life and then murdered because she wanted to protect him.