Jack Woltz was a movie producer from Hollywood. Woltz was a Jewish movie producer who had achieved mild success in the film industry, having come up from nothing, rolling barrels with his father in Hell's Kitchen during the early s. He eventually went on to found Woltz International Pictures, which grew into one of the biggest studios in Hollywood. During World War II he became the White House's propaganda adviser, obtaining a large government contract as well as political contacts in the process, as well as an acquaintance with J.
Alcoholic beverages — wines and spirits — are an essential aspect of Italian-American dining culture. A meal without a drink is no meal at all. Similarly, a scene without a drink is incomplete. There are three dominant drinks in the film—scotch, red wine, and white wine—and each type of drink correlates to a distinct role in the film.
This is a list of characters in The Godfather series. The Godfather trilogy consists of three films directed by Francis Ford Coppola , based on Mario Puzo 's best-selling novel of the same name. He is the leader of the Corleone crime family, as well as the patriarch of the Corleone family. Carmela Corleone is a fictional character who appears in Mario Puzo's The Godfather , as well as its first two film adaptations. She is portrayed by Morgana King.
The daughter of Jimmy Mancini , a lifelong soldato of Vito Corleone , Lucy was one of the childhood friends of Vito's children, particularly his daughter, Connie. Lucy had sex with Sonny at the wedding, beginning a years long extramarital affair with him. This affair eventually resulted in the birth of Vincent Mancini , who would later become the Don of the Corleone Family. After Sonny's murder in , Lucy was sent to Las Vegas by Vito's consigliere , Tom Hagen , following a failed suicide attempt due to her grief. There she was given a small interest five and later ten "points" and a job in one of the family's hotels, primarily so that she could keep an eye on Fredo Corleone , who was learning the hotel business from Moe Greene.