- "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse."
- Framed limited edition film cell from the movie The Godfather.
- Features 10 clips of real film, an image of Vito Corleone, a descriptive plaque, and a certificate of authenticity!
- Measures 13-inches tall x 11-inches wide.
From The Godfather,
this Godfather Movie Mini Montage Film Cell contains 10 clips of real film, an iconic image of Marlon Brando as Vito Corleone, and a stunning descriptive plaque. These elements are double matted and placed within a beautiful black frame. A limited edition of 5,000 pieces, it measures 13-inches tall x 11-inches wide and comes with a certificate stating its authenticity. Ages 17 and up. Please note:
The actual strips of film vary from piece to piece, as they are hand picked from reels of film. We cannot accept requests for specific strips, nor can we accept returns on opened items. The cell strips you receive may be different from those pictured.
Vito Corleone is the aging don (head) of the Corleone Mafia Family. His youngest son Michael has returned from WWII just in time to see the wedding of Connie Corleone (Michael's sister) to Carlo Rizzi. All of Michael's family is involved with the Mafia, but Michael just wants to live a normal life. Drug dealer Virgil Sollozzo is looking for Mafia Families to offer him protection in exchange for a profit of the drug money. He approaches Don Corleone about it, but, much against the advice of the Don's lawyer Tom Hagen, the Don is morally against the use of drugs, and turns down the offer. This does not please Sollozzo, who has the Don shot down by some of his hit men. The Don barely survives, which leads his son Michael to begin a violent mob war against Sollozzo and tears the Corleone family apart.