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Bonanno: A Godfather's Story

Bonanno: A Godfather's Story ★★ Youngest Godfather 1999

Old-fashioned storytelling seems to fit the story of an old-fashioned New York mobster—Joseph Bonanno (Landau)—thought to be the inspiration for Mario Puzo's Don Vito Corleone. The elderly Bo-nanno reflects on his life and how he got into criminal activity back in the Prohibition days, drawing the attention of boss Salva-tore Maranzano (Olmos). From there it's just a matter of time as Joe works his way up through the ranks. Based on the autobiography of Joseph Bonanno and the book written by his son Bill. 139m/C VHS, DVD . Martin Landau, Bruce Ramsay, Costas Man-dylor, Edward James Olmos, Tony Nardi, Zachary Bennett, Philip Bosco, Claudia Ferri, Robert Log-gia, Patti LuPone; D: Michel Poulette; W: Thomas Michael Donnelly; C: Serge Ladouceur; M: Richard Gregoire. CABLE

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