Gamepyre writes: "Is there such a thing as an honest Italian? Oh course there is; but the entertainment industry has done a fine job of associating Italians with mobsters.
Casino, Good Fellas and HBO's Sopranos have shaped the way that we look at the Mob, but before Scorcese and HBO became famous from the Mob genre, there was the Godfather.
In 1972 Francis Ford Coppola directed and released The Godfather. The book was written by Mario Puzo. The movie was an instant success upon its release, and now, over thirty years later we are still fascinated by the most legendary Mob family ever, the Corleone family."