March 15, 1972 · Hollywood, California
After Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) assassinated Virgil ""The Turk"" Sollozzo and Police Captain McCluskey in an Italian-American restaurant, he fled to Italy, where Hawkins worked in the Sound Department. The scenes shot in Italy, 26 pages in all, are on pages 6A/8 to 6B/11, 7A/1 to 7A/3, and 7B/7 to 7B/13.
“The Godfather” is listed #3 behind “Citizen Kane” and “Casablanca” in the American Film Institute’s 100 Greatest American Movies of All Time. Listed #2 in AFI’s 100 Greatest Movie Quotes of All Time behind Clark Gable’s “Frankly my dear…” is Don Corleone (Marlon Brando) telling Johnny Fontaine “I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse” in “The Godfather.” Johnny wants the head of a studio to give him a major role in a movie he’s casting. This line is repeated by Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) twice in the film, once earlier to his wife, quoting his father to Johnny who wanted to get out of a singing contract with a big bandleader, the other time to his brother Fredo discussing Moe Greene selling his share of his Las Vegas hotel and the casino so that it can be completely owned by the Corleone family.
Used in one of the greatest films ever made, this offer to sell this rare script is an offer you can't refuse. Marlon Brando's script once fetched $312,800 at auction. " (Inventory #: 59053)