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  1. The cat does a tremendous acting job here – oscar for best actor in a supporting role?

  2. Cat people make the best mafia bosses! 🐈🐈‍⬛

  3. That cat was having the time of her life. ❤

  4. The scent of the last tulip is the culmination of Marlon Brando's elegant acting.

  5. Who is here after watching the latest episode of The Offer? It was so funny how nobody wanted to tell Brando to get rid of the cat because as a method actor he was in character as Don Corleone and everybody was afraid of him.

  6. I didnt know the cat in the scene was Brando’s idea. A random cat from outside

  7. The cat held by Marlon Brando in the opening scene was a stray that Coppola found while on the lot at "Paramount Pictures," and was not originally called for in the script. So content was the cat that its purring muffled some of Brando's dialogue and, as a result, most of his lines had to be looped.

  8. RIP and long live Marlon Brando (April 3, 1924 – July 1, 2004), aged 80
    You will always be remembered as a legend.

  9. This scene serves as the intro to the movie that Jon BonJovi is a fan of in reality. Paws up if you like cats, because you get to see it on Vito’s lap. Fun fact about the tabby cat: It was a stray that was found on the studio lot that the director had the idea to use for the movie.

  10. One scene that beats the whole MCU.

  11. "Some Day, and that Day may never come, I'll call upon you to do a Service for me."

  12. With such a sound quality, we could also name this scene as "Purrs from a distant past"

  13. “I believe in America” what a dialogue to start with

  14. If the suits at Paramount get their way, and Kirk Douglas plays Don Corleone, I don't think history would be the same. But F F Coppola and producer Robert Evans stick to their guns, the studio relents and the finest acting ensemble films the most cherished, iconic gangster movie of all time.

  15. 3:00 The best scene of film history.

  16. Happy 50th Anniversary to this awesome movie

  17. Happy 50th Anniversary to one of the greatest, most influential films ever made in cinema history.

  18. Happy 50th anniversary to The Godfather.

  19. Imagine this scene without that cat. What a boring crappy beginning it would be. That would be total disaster they could throw the whole film to the dustbin but with the cat performing so well you have suddenly the best opening scene in a film history.

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