The Godfather: Part III

In the midst of trying to legitimize his business dealings in 1979 New York and Italy, aging mafia don, Michael Corleone seeks forgiveness for his sins while taking a young protege under his wing.
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Film Cast:

  • Michael Corleone: Al Pacino
  • Kay Adams: Diane Keaton
  • Connie Corleone Rizzi: Talia Shire
  • Vincent Mancini: Andy García
  • Don Altobello: Eli Wallach
  • Joey Zasa: Joe Mantegna
  • B.J. Harrison: George Hamilton
  • Grace Hamilton: Bridget Fonda
  • Mary Corleone: Sofia Coppola
  • Cardinal Lamberto: Raf Vallone
  • Anthony Corleone: Franc D’Ambrosio
  • Archbishop Gilday: Donal Donnelly
  • Al Neri: Richard Bright
  • Frederick Keinszig: Helmut Berger
  • Dominic Abbandando: Don Novello
  • Father Andrew Hagen: John Savage
  • Calo: Franco Citti
  • Mosca: Mario Donatone
  • Don Tommasino: Vittorio Duse
  • Don Licio Lucchesi: Enzo Robutti
  • Spara: Michele Russo
  • Johnny Fontane: Al Martino
  • Lou Pennino: Robert Cicchini
  • Twin Bodyguard Armand: Rogerio Miranda
  • Twin Bodyguard Francesco: Carlos Miranda
  • Anthony ‘The Ant’ Squigliaro: Vito Antuofermo
  • Father John: Robert Vento
  • Party Politician: Willie Brown
  • Lucy Mancini: Jeannie Linero
  • Francesca Corleone: Jeanne Savarino Pesch
  • Kathryn Corleone: Janet Savarino Smith
  • Teresa Hagen: Tere Livrano
  • Albert Volpe: Carmine Caridi
  • Frank Romano: Don Costello
  • Leo Cuneo: Al Ruscio
  • Marty Parisi: Mickey Knox
  • Mask #1: Rick Aviles
  • Mask #2: Michael Bowen
  • Douglas Michelson: Brett Halsey
  • Enzo the Baker: Gabriele Torrei
  • Stockholder: Brian Freilino
  • Unruly Stockholder: Gregory Corso
  • Lupo: Marino Masé
  • Vanni: Dado Ruspoli
  • Sister Vincenza: Valeria Sabel
  • Cardinal Sistine: Remo Remotti
  • Keinszig Killer: Luigi Laezza
  • Keinszig Killer: Giuseppe Pianviti
  • Guardia del Corpo: Santo Indelicato
  • Apollonia Vitelli-Corleone: Simonetta Stefanelli
  • Autista di Don Tommasino: Francesco Paolo Bellante
  • Gesu: Paco Reconti
  • Puppet Narrator: Mimmo Cuticchio
  • Party Reporter: Richard Honigman
  • Nicky the Casino Host: Nicky Blair
  • Anthony, the Bodyguard: Anthony Guidera
  • Frankie, the Bodyguard: Frank Tarsia
  • Woman with Child at Street Fair: Diana Agostini
  • Child (as Jessica Di Ciccio): Jessica DiCicco
  • Woman in Cafe: Catherine Scorsese
  • Woman in Cafe: Ida Bernardini
  • Party Security: Joe Drago
  • Party Photographer: David Hume Kennerly
  • Son Playing Soccer: James D. Damiano
  • Father of Soccer Player: Michael Boccio
  • Young Priest (uncredited): Ludovico Caldarera
  • Mob Boss (uncredited): R. Emmett Fitzsimmons
  • Lucchesi Guard (uncredited): Salvatore Borgese
  • Lucchesi Guard (uncredited): Salvatore Billa
  • Zasa’s Bodyguard (uncredited): Frank Ferrara
  • Connie’s Granddaughter (uncredited): Gia Coppola
  • St. Gennaro Feast Mob Guy (uncredited): Joe Fontana
  • Zasa’s Bodyguard (uncredited): Richard Maldone
  • Mob Family Lawyer at Church (uncredited): Tony Devon
  • Conductor (uncredited): Anton Coppola
  • Bandleader (uncredited): Carmine Coppola
  • Man Chewing Toothpick (uncredited): Ron Jeremy
  • Pasquale (uncredited): F.X. Vitolo
  • Party Guest (uncredited): David L. Thompson
  • Alfio (uncredited): Angelo Romero
  • Lola (singing voice): Madelyn Renée Monti
  • Audience Member (uncredited): Luciano Foti
  • Grand Marshall at St. Gennaro Feast (uncredited): Frank Albanese
  • Hamilton Banker: John Abineri
  • Guard at Meeting (uncredited): Pietro Torrisi
  • Guard at Meeting (uncredited): Angelo Ragusa
  • Guard at Meeting (uncredited): Claudio Zucchet
  • Guard at Meeting (uncredited): Gianluca Petrazzi

Film Crew:

  • Thanks: George Lucas
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Walter Murch
  • Producer: Francis Ford Coppola
  • Producer: Gray Frederickson
  • Producer: Fred Roos
  • Original Music Composer: Carmine Coppola
  • Editor: Lisa Fruchtman
  • Production Design: Dean Tavoularis
  • Additional Editing: Glen Scantlebury
  • Casting: Janet Hirshenson
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Richard Beggs
  • Editor: Barry Malkin
  • Screenplay: Mario Puzo
  • Director of Photography: Gordon Willis
  • Producer: Fred Fuchs
  • Producer: Nicholas Gage
  • Associate Producer: Marina Gefter
  • Producer: Charles Mulvehill
  • Casting: Jane Jenkins
  • Casting: Roger Mussenden
  • Sound Recordist: Andy Aaron
  • Music Editor: Mark Adler
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Gloria S. Borders
  • Special Effects: Giovanni Corridori
  • Production Supervisor: Alessandro von Norman
  • Second Assistant Director: K.C. Hodenfield
  • Costume Design: Milena Canonero
  • Foley Artist: Dennie Thorpe
  • Sound Effects Editor: Tim Holland
  • Stunt Coordinator: Buddy Joe Hooker
  • Dialogue Editor: Teresa Eckton
  • Foley Mixer: Tom Myers
  • Special Effects Supervisor: R. Bruce Steinheimer
  • Camera Operator: Craig DiBona
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Elisabetta Beraldo
  • Production Illustrator: Mauro Borrelli
  • Hairstylist: Grazia De Rossi
  • Additional Editing: Louise Rubacky
  • Title Designer: Wayne Fitzgerald
  • Locale Casting Director: Aleta Chappelle
  • Set Decoration: Gary Fettis
  • First Assistant Director: H. Gordon Boos
  • ADR Editor: Tom Bellfort
  • Supervising Art Director: Alex Tavoularis
  • Assistant Art Director: Franckie Diago
  • Foley Artist: David Lee Fein
  • Wardrobe Supervisor: William A. Campbell
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Gregg Landaker
  • Foley Artist: Ken Dufva
  • Script Supervisor: Wilma Garscadden-Gahret
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Rick Kline
  • Stunts: Chad Randall
  • Stunts: Steve M. Davison
  • Sound Effects Editor: Robert Shoup
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Michael Minkler
  • Makeup Supervisor: Fabrizio Sforza
  • Foley Editor: Marian Wilde
  • Dialogue Editor: Barbara McBane
  • ADR Editor: Marilyn McCoppen
  • Foley Mixer: Greg Curda
  • Dialogue Editor: Stacey A. Foiles
  • Foley Editor: Diana Pellegrini
  • Stunts: Pat Romano
  • Property Master: Douglas T. Madison
  • Makeup Artist: Tom Lucas
  • Music Supervisor: Stephan R. Goldman
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Lawrence J. Cavanaugh
  • Sound Mixer: Clive Winter
  • Dialogue Editor: Paige Sartorius
  • Foley Editor: Victoria Martin
  • Assistant Sound Designer: Marian Wallace
  • Sound Effects Editor: Gary Weimberg
  • Wardrobe Assistant: Jaqueline De La Fontaine
  • Hairstylist: Giusy Bovino
  • Makeup Artist: Antonio Maltempo
  • First Company Grip: George Patsos
  • ADR Editor: C.J. Appel
  • Chief Lighting Technician: James Fitzpatrick
  • Color Timer: Robert Raring
  • ADR Mixer: Bob Baron
  • Sound Effects Editor: John Verbeck
  • Scoring Mixer: Joel Moss
  • Art Department Coordinator: Phillis Lehmer
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Richard Shissler
  • Dialogue Editor: Ronald Jacobs
  • Boom Operator: Allan Brereton
  • Production Accountant: Maureen Newman
  • Assistant Accountant: Joanne S. Grant

Movie Reviews:

  • CinemaSerf: Wow, this is a really poor cousin of the first two films. Centring on the later life of “Michael” (Al Pacino) this has much more of an episodic, almost soap opera, feel to it. He is determined to become legitimate, to look after his family and to stay alive despite the conspiring of Eli Wallach’s “Don Altobello” and some of his cohorts who are trying to assassinate him and claim the Corleone crown. Talia Shire is quite effective as his sister “Connie” but Andy Garcia’s smarmy “Vincent” (the son of the gunned down “Sonny”) just made me squirm. This film really does miss the previously strong supporting cast too. No Robert Duval; Diane Keaton (with some simply hideous jewellery) features but sparingly and the whole thing just plugs along until a rather downbeat ending that just didn’t seem to do justice to the excellence of Puzo’s story or to the previously established, captivating, characterisations. It looks great, the production is first rate but this is just not a story to compare with the others.
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