|The Godfather (1972)|
Directed by: Francis Ford Coppola
|Cast: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and James Caan||page about The Godfather|
|Studio(s): - Paramount Studios|
|Paramount Studios: Stage 27, Stage 30. Also the area outside Stages 29-31, the Gower St Gate and the NT Street backlot appear as Woltz International Pictures studio.|
A massively successful movie which saved Paramount from bankruptcy.
To appease real Mafia families, which had threatened the studio because they were concerned they would be portrayed incorrectly, a representative from one of the families was on set at all times.