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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.
At about this time, Johnny had his third marriage to Annie McGowan , the host of a famous puppet show, but this marriage was short lived.
Due to difficulties with the Gaming Commission , he wished to sell his share of the Castle in the Clouds , but asked for Michael's permission first.
The two had hostile relations at this time, and Michael dismissed Fontane harshly, claiming what he did with his money was none of Michael's concern.
Johnny's career began to drift at this time, and he earned the nickname 'One Take Johnny' from directors. At this time, his tumultuous love life subsided, and Johnny finally settled down with Francesca Corleone , daughter of his old friend Sonny Corleone , whom he married.
Johnny continued to appear in films, but was not too much of a star to sing Michael Corleone 's favourite song "To Each His Own" in at a party celebrating Michael's receiving of the Order of Saint Sebastian.
By this time, relations between the two men had clearly recovered considerably. An impulsive man, Johnny loved his family deeply but allowed himself to become separated from them due to his wandering eye.
He attempted to maintain good relations with all those he dealt with and became irritable with those who clearly disliked him, such as Tom Hagen.
In the book Johnny Fontane's story unfolds further, culminating in him winning an Oscar for his role in the Woltz production, but the film does not include this scene or any other scenes with Fontane after Connie's wedding.
From this drastic change from book to film, and the elimination of any further information about Fontane's character, several possible conclusions can be drawn.
Sinatra obviously had friends, or at least acquaintances in the Mafia, as is obvious from the picture above. It is possible that Sinatra, while associated with the Mafia, did not want his public image to be hurt by his criminal ties.
And because he had substantial power in Hollywood by the time the film was made , he could have influenced the minimal usage of Fontane's character because of its similarity to Sinatra himself.
In the book, she is pregnant at the time of her death, but this detail is not specified in the film. The explosion is powerful enough to throw Michael off his feet and knock him unconscious.
Michael regains consciousness a few days later, whereupon Don Tommasino informs Michael of his wife's death. After returning to the United States, Michael reconnects with his previous girlfriend, Kay Adams, but does not tell her that he had been married while he was living in Sicily.
They marry and have two children. Michael also tells his daughter Mary Corleone that she bears a resemblance to his first wife Apollonia.
In the novel, Michael avenges Apollonia's death. He is shot in the chest by an assassin who walks into the pizza parlor.
The assassin then tells him "Michael Corleone sends his regards", before shooting him again in the head. In a deleted scene from the film's script, Michael himself kills Fabrizio with a shotgun.
This scene was never released, although publicity photos were distributed of Al Pacino, who portrayed Michael, firing a shotgun.
The former bodyguard is killed in his car with a powerful bomb wired to the ignition, matching the car bomb that he used to kill Apollonia.
The scene was removed from the final cut of the film, but it can be seen in The Godfather Saga. Johnny Fontane, a popular singer and Vito's godson, seeks Vito's help in securing a movie role; Vito dispatches his consigliere, Tom Hagen, to Los Angeles to persuade studio head Jack Woltz to give Johnny the part.
Woltz refuses until he wakes up in bed with the severed head of his prized stallion. Al Martino , a then famed singer in nightclubs, was notified of the character Johnny Fontane by a friend who read the eponymous novel and felt Martino represented the character of Johnny Fontane.
Ruddy , who gave him the part. Coppola said in the audio commentary that "Obviously Johnny Fontane was inspired by a kind of Frank Sinatra character".
Genco Abbandando was the first consigliere of the Corleone family, and childhood friend to Vito Corleone. He became friends with the hired hand, Vito Corleone, and was upset when Vito was fired by his father, forced to do so by the neighborhood boss Don Fanucci.
Genco offered to steal from his father to help his friend, but Vito refused, saying this would be an offense to his father. After Vito kills Fanucci and becomes the new Don of the neighborhood, he hires Genco to act as his consigliere , and names his front company "Genco Pura Olive Oil Company" after his friend.
During this time, Tom Hagen , Vito's informally adopted son, stands in for him. Virgil Sollozzo unsuccessfully attempted to assassinate Don Vito Corleone after a failed attempt to obtain financing and police and political protection for his emerging heroin business.
When Sollozzo learns Corleone survived, he sends agents to the hospital for another attempt after he has Captain McCluskey Sterling Hayden , a New York City police captain on Sollozzo's payroll, arrest Don Corleone's personal guards at the hospital and removes the police officers stationed outside the Don's hospital room.
The assassination attempt fails after Vito's youngest son Michael arrives, and finding all the guards gone, suspects another assassination attempt is about to happen.
He moves his father to another room, then tricks the would-be assassins into believing guards are still protecting his father.
Captain McCluskey arrives and confronts Michael, punching him and breaking his jaw. Hagen arrives shortly afterwards with guards legally licensed to carry weapons; McCluskey, unable to arrest them without raising suspicions, backs down and leaves.
Soon after, Sollozzo seeks a meeting with Michael to resolve the hostilities, although at Michael's urging, the Corleones view this as an opportunity to kill Sollozzo, which would, of necessity, also involve killing McCluskey.
Michael successfully convinces Sonny Corleone , Tom Hagen and other leaders of the Family that the usual strict Mafia prohibition against killing police for fear of bringing down the retribution of the authorities should not apply in this case, since McCluskey is "a cop who's mixed up in drugs, a dishonest cop, a crooked cop who got mixed up in the rackets and got what was coming to him" and says that this would be "a terrific story" to be given to newspaper people on the Corleone Family payroll after the fact.
Although Michael is frisked before the meeting, a revolver had been planted behind the overhead tank of a toilet in the restaurant's lavatory. The Corleones were able to do this only because they found out in advance where the meeting would take place - because McCluskey was required by police regulations to leave an address where he could be reached that night and a cop in his precinct who was being paid off by the Corleones told Sonny where McCluskey would be that evening.
Michael excuses himself to go to the bathroom, and retrieves the revolver. When he returns, he draws the gun and shoots Sollozzo in the forehead, killing him instantly, and kills McCluskey with two shots moments later.
Although the double murder, including that of a police captain, brings an official crackdown on organized crime, the subsequent leak of information about McCluskey's criminal links to Sollozzo - as Michael correctly predicted - gets wide coverage in the newspapers and takes some of the heat off.
He is portrayed by Dominic Chianese. Johnny Ola is a mobster and right-hand man to Jewish mobster Hyman Roth. Ola is part of Roth's plan to assassinate Michael Corleone at his home at Lake Tahoe , with unwitting help from Michael's brother Fredo.
When Michael asks if Fredo and Johnny had ever met, they deny knowing each other. Later, however, Fredo carelessly reveals that he and Ola had visited a nightclub together in Havana.
Michael overhears the conversation and realizes that Fredo is the traitor within the family. Michael sends his bodyguard Bussetta to kill Ola and Roth.
Bussetta strangles Ola, but Roth gets away. Russo serves as the Don of the Chicago Outfit from to Louie Russo and his brother, Willy, were 'made' under Al Capone.
His brother was one of the men sent to kill Vito Corleone during the Castellammarese War mentioned in The Godfather , although he was eventually killed by Luca Brasi.
Russo holds a grudge against the Corleones for years for his brother's death, at one point attempting unsuccessfully to have Vito's son Fredo killed.
After Michael Corleone becomes Don in , however, Russo tricks him into believing that the bad blood between them is over. Russo unsuccessfully conspires with Vincent Forlenza and Nick Geraci to kill Michael Corleone, in the process indirectly duping Fredo into betraying his brother to Hyman Roth.
He, Hagen, a rower, and two Russo soldatos go out on a gondola in his man-made lake. On the course of the trip, as part of Michael's revenge, Hagen strangles one soldato while the rower hits Russo and the other soldato with his oar.
Hagen then personally kills Russo on his boat, with Russo's own gun, and dumps the bodies in the lake. In his appearances in The Godfather Returns , Russo is portrayed as a cruel, vindictive man whose methods of retribution are particularly vicious, even by Mafia standards; in the sequel The Godfather's Revenge , Tom Hagen describes Russo as "a sick man, in ways I don't like to think about.
When he inadvertently shows his uncovered eyes to Tom Hagen after his glasses are knocked off, Hagen notes that they are red with a green ring in the middle.
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