Der Pate (1972)

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Details
Country of origin: United States 
Year of production: 1972
Genres: Drama , Crime
Original Titel: The Godfather
Edition: The Coppola Restoration
Running time: 2:57 hrs (177 minutes)
Release: 06.10.2008
Overview: Einen der besten amerikanischen Filme aller Zeiten
nennt das American Film Institute Francis Ford Coppolas episches Meisterwerk mit Marlon Brando* in seiner Oscar®-prämierten Rolle als Patriarch der Corleone-Familie. Der Pate™ ist die gewaltvolle und abschreckende Schilderung des Kampfs einer sizilianischen Familie, die versucht, im Amerika der Nachkriegszeit voller Korruption, Täuschung und Betrug an der Macht zu bleiben. Coppola beginnt seine legendäre Trilogie und balanciert die Handlung grandios zwischen dem Familienleben der Corleones und den schmutzigen Mafiageschäften, in die sie verwickelt sind. Basierend auf Mario Puzos Bestseller und mit den herausragenden schauspielerischen Leistungen von Al Pacino, James Caan und Robert Duvall wurde dieser brillante Film für zehn Oscars® nominiert und mit dreien ausgezeichnet, einschließlich der Kategorie Bester Film (1972).

*Bester Hauptdarsteller 1972
UPC: Disc ID: E9EC-5B29-3C46-4B53
Studios: Paramount Pictures , Alfran Productions
Media companies: Paramount Home Entertainment
Date of profile: 12.06.2012
Last edit: 18.04.2015
Purchased: 14.03.2014
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External reviews
IMDB user rating: 9.20 9,20/10 (votes: 1.152.042)
OFDB user rating: 8.91 8,91/10 (votes: 3.113)
Rotten Tomatoes critics rating: 9.20 9,20/10 (votes: 84)
Rotten Tomatoes user rating: 4.40 4,40/5 (votes: 727.144)
External Toplist: IMDB Top 250: 2
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Dutch  Dutch
English  English
Finnish  Finnish
French  French
German  German
Norwegian  Norwegian
Swedish  Swedish
Turkish  Turkish
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Aspect ratio Widescreen 1.78 : 1
Color 1 Color
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Description Side A:Main Feature
Label Side A:GODFATHER_PART1_EN
DiscID Side A:E9EC5B293C464B53
Layer:Dual layered
 
Cast
PhotoMarlon BrandoDon Vito Corleone
PhotoAl PacinoMichael
PhotoJames CaanSonny
PhotoRichard CastellanoClemenza
PhotoRobert DuvallTom Hagen
PhotoSterling HaydenCapt. McCluskey
PhotoJohn MarleyJack Woltz
PhotoRichard ConteBarzini
PhotoAl LettieriSollozzo
PhotoDiane KeatonKay Adams
PhotoAbe VigodaTessio
PhotoTalia ShireConnie
PhotoGianni RussoCarlo
PhotoJohn CazaleFredo
PhotoRudy BondCuneo
PhotoAl MartinoJohnny Fontane
PhotoMorgana KingMama Corleone
PhotoLenny MontanaLuca Brasi
PhotoJohn MartinoPaulie Gatto
PhotoSalvatore CorsittoBonasera
PhotoRichard BrightNeri
PhotoAlex RoccoMoe Greene
PhotoTony GiorgioBruno Tattaglia
PhotoVito ScottiNazorine
PhotoTere LivranoTheresa Hagen
PhotoVictor RendinaPhilip Tattaglia
PhotoJeannie LineroLucy Mancini
PhotoJulie GreggSandra Corleone
PhotoArdell SheridanMrs. Clemenza
PhotoSimonetta StefanelliApollonia
PhotoAngelo InfantiFabrizio
PhotoCorrado GaipaDon Tommasino
PhotoFranco CittiCalo
PhotoSaro UrzìVitelli
Crew
Direction
Photo Francis Ford Coppola Director
Writing
Photo Mario Puzo Screenwriter
Photo Francis Ford Coppola Screenwriter
Production
Photo Albert S. Ruddy Producer
Cinematography
Photo Gordon Willis Director of photography
Film Editing
Photo William Reynolds Film editor
Photo Peter Zinner Film editor
Music
Photo Nino Rota Composer
Sound
Photo Christopher Newman Sound
Photo Richard Portman Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Photo Bud Grenzbach Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Art
Photo Dean Tavoularis Production Designer
Photo Anna Hill Johnstone Costume Designer
Photo Warren Clymer Art Director
Photo Dick Smith Make-up Artist
Photo Philip Rhodes Make-up Artist
Photo A.D. Flowers Visual Effects
Photo Joe Lombardi Visual Effects
Photo Sass Bedig Visual Effects
Awards
Academy Award (1972):
Winner Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay - Mario Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola
Winner Best Picture - Albert S. Ruddy (Producer)
Winner Best Actor - Marlon Brando (refused the award)
Nominee for Best Supporting Actor - Robert Duvall
Nominee for Best Supporting Actor - Al Pacino
Nominee for Best Supporting Actor - James Caan
Nominee for Best Sound - Charles Grenzbach, Richard Portman, Chris Newman
Nominee for Best Film Editing - William Reynolds, Peter Zinner
Nominee for Best Director - Francis Ford Coppola
Nominee for Best Costume Design - Anna Hill Johnstone

AFI (1972):
Winner 100 Years... 100 Movies (1998) 
Winner 100 Years... 100 Movies (2007) 
Winner 100 Years... 100 Quotes (2005) - "Quote": I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse.
Winner 100 Years... 100 Thrills (2001) 
Winner 100 Years... 25 Scores (2005) - "Composer": Nino Rota

American Cinema Editors Awards (1973):
Nominee for Best Edited Feature Film - Peter Zinner

BAFTA (1973):
Winner Anthony Asquith Memorial Award - Nino Rota
Nominee for Supporting Actor - Robert Duvall
Nominee for Most Promising Newcomer To Leading Film Roles - Al Pacino
Nominee for Costume Design - Anna Hill Johnstone
Nominee for Actor - Marlon Brando

David di Donatello (1973):
Winner Miglior film straniero - Albert S. Ruddy
Winner Special David - Al Pacino

Directors Guild of America (1973):
Winner Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures - Francis Ford Coppola, Fred C. Caruso, Fred T. Gallo, Steven P. Skloot

Golden Globe (1972):
Winner Screenplay - Francis Ford Coppola, Mario Puzo
Winner Picture - Drama - Albert S. Ruddy
Winner Original Score - Nino Rota
Winner Director - Francis Ford Coppola
Winner Actor in a Leading Role - Drama - Marlon Brando
Nominee for Actor in a Supporting Role - James Caan
Nominee for Actor in a Leading Role - Drama - Al Pacino

Grammy Awards (1973):
Winner Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or TV Special - Nino Rota

National Board of Review Awards, USA (1972):
Winner Best Supporting Actor - Al Pacino

Writers Guild of America Awards (1973):
Winner Best Drama Adapted from Another Medium - Mario Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola
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