the rare secrets of the best movie ever — ‘The Godfather’
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A writer with Dallas roots unravels the rare secrets of the best movie ever — ‘The Godfather’
Mark Seal’s ‘Leave the Gun, Take the Cannoli’ is getting rave reviews, even though it meant having to navigate the real Mafia to make it happen.
author Mark Seal:
“I was a college freshman when I saw the movie on spring break in 1972 in Memphis. I felt like I was a kid when I walked in and an adult when I walked out,” Seal says. “I had never seen such a world before. It was so foreign to me. I just loved the movie and like everybody else became obsessed with it. You felt like you were part of that family, part of that whole world.”