of Mr. Vandelay (Howard). God, he loved The Godfather. When I would call him and ask him what he was doing, he would say one of 3 things:
"watching the Godfather"
"watching the Sopranos"
"watching Curb your Enthusiasm"
Gross, horrible, violent characters. Why would I want to watch them? I don't care how good the writing and acting was. I don't get the appeal of sordid. But obviously I'm in a minority, judging by popular tastes.
"It's too late in the world for flags."
- The Sand Pebbles, 1966
Sadly I don't have an HD tv. Okie, I have a question. In Part 3, there are almost all the same people playing the same roles as in the first 2 parts. Who is that man that is shown throught the movie that is one of Michael's people. He was at the party at the beginning. He was helping Connie sing the group song. He is also the one who was in the little outside room explaining to the press about Michael's award that he got from the pope. I hope you know who I am talking about. Itis driving me crazy.
I pulled out the DVD and saw who you were talking about
February 14 2008, 7:32 AM
I didn't know who it was, either, but I pulled up a transcript of GFIII online and it says that is Dominic Abbandando, Michael's PR director. My guess is it's supposed to be the grandson of Genco Abbandando.
I know that Gence Abbandando was the guy at the grocery store where Vito worked when he was young. Genco was the one that was Vito's age, right? I don't think he would have been the father, the owner of the grocery. He would have been too old. Am I right?