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Halley signed. It wasn't long after his second marriage fell apart that Johnny started developing a sore throat.
His condition worsened until he could barely sing for ten minutes without suffering a hoarse throat for three days after. With his singing career looking grim, Johnny sought to make it in big movies, not the singing buddy pictures he had done but Oscar-winning blockbusters.
Just such a movie was in production, a war film which featured a main character that seemed to be written for Johnny--as Johnny put it, he wouldn't even have to really act in order to play it.
There was only one problem: Jack Woltz , the head of the studio, hated Fontane for having made off with one of his mistresses and spitefully refused Johnny the part, especially because he knew it would put Johnny's career back on track.
Johnny and his godfather, Vito Corleone. Johnny arrived at Connie's wedding, where he entertained the guests before asking the Don if he could help him secure the part.
After they paid a deathbed visit to Genco Abbandando , the Don sent Tom Hagen on that night's redeye flight to Los Angeles in order to negotiate with Woltz.
When Woltz still refused to budge, he woke up the next morning to find the severed head of his prize stud horse, Khartoum , in his bed.
Realizing that he would likely be next if he didn't give in, Woltz granted Johnny the part. Around this time, Johnny's divorce from Ashton came through, and he began to rebuild his relationship with Ginny.
Don Corleone also helped Fontane by helping him win the Academy Award, in return, Johnny made a star out of his old friend Nino also a godson of Vito's who later died from his heavy drinking habits shortly after appearing in a widely successful film.
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Mario Puzo opened the novel The Godfather with a quote from Balzac that read, "Behind every great fortune there is a crime.
Did Puzo set out to be a muckraker and thus expose the literate masses and eventual film-viewing public to the tremendous power of the crime underworld with the writing of this novel?
Puzo never said that The Godfather was in fact a true story, in fact he was committed to his story that he had no help from members of the mafia, and that all the information in the book was purely fictional.
Goldberg However, the story is remarkably realistic, even according to modern, self-proclaimed mobsters like Sammy "The Bull" Gravano. Return to Top.
She is one of the childhood friends of Vito Corleone 's children, particularly his daughter, Connie Corleone. She is the maid of honor at Connie's wedding.
Lucy has sex with Vito's son Sonny at the wedding and begins an extramarital affair with him. The novel and the films diverge in their treatments of Lucy's fate after Sonny's death.
In the novel, Lucy is a fairly important supporting character, with several chapters dedicated to her story. She is given a small interest five and later ten "points" in one of the family's hotels, primarily so that she can keep an eye on Vito's middle son, Fredo , who is learning the hotel and casino business.
She also serves as a shareholder-of-record who has no criminal record: several such owners are necessary for a valid gaming license.
On paper she is a millionaire, although she does not vote her shares in the casinos. Eventually, Lucy establishes a new life in Las Vegas, and becomes largely independent of the Corleone clan.
She is lonely, however, and occasionally pines for Sonny: while never having loved him or even truly known him, she misses him as a lover, and cannot achieve sexual satisfaction with anyone else.
That changes when she meets and falls in love with surgeon Dr. Jules Segal. He explains that her difficulty in reaching orgasm is caused by a loose vagina , which commonly results from multiple childbirths.
In Lucy's case, this appears to be congenital and can be remedied with simple vaginal surgery. After Segal's colleague in Los Angeles performs the surgery, Lucy is able to enjoy sex again, and she and Jules presumably are happily married.
In Francis Ford Coppola's film adaptations, Lucy's role is minimal. She is seen as a young woman in The Godfather , but her character is not featured after Sonny's death.
Lucy is the mother of Sonny's illegitimate son, Vincent , who eventually succeeds Michael Corleone as the head of the Corleone crime family.
She appears briefly as a guest in the party scene at the beginning of the film when Michael invites Vincent to join the family for a group photo.
In Puzo's original novel, Sonny does not impregnate her. The Dons of the Tattaglia family :. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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