Is the Godfather on Netflix?

Is the Godfather on Netflix?

Published on November 16, 2022 14:49 PM by Andrew Koschiev

Godfather is not available on Netflix. The film left Netflix in January. But you can stream The Godfather on other streaming platforms. It's available on Vudu, iTunes, Amazon Prime, and Google plays in Canada, Brazil, Mexico, and Brazil. To watch The Godfather, you can pre-order Google Play for $12.99, Prime Video for $16.99, FandangoNow for $16.99, Vudu for $14.99, and iTunes for $16.99. 

Year of the film: 1972

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Genre – Drama, Crime

Directed by – Francis Ford Coppola

Released Date: March 24, 1972

Ratings

  • Rotten Tomatoes – 97%
  • IMDb – 9.2/10
  • Metacritic: 100/100

Cast

  • Marlon Brando as Vito Corleone: crime boss
  • Al Pacino as Michael
  • James Caan as Sonny
  • Richard Castellano as Clemenza
  • Robert Duvall as Tom Hagen
  • Sterling Hayden as Capt. McCluskey
  • John Marley as Jack Woltz
  • Richard Conte as Barzini
  • AI Lettieri as Sollozzo 
  • Diane Keaton as Kay Adams
  • Abe Vigoda as Tessio 
  • Talia Shire as Connie
  • Gianni Russo as Carlo
  • John Cazale as Fredo
  • Rudy Bond as Cuneo
  • AI Martino as Johnny Fontane
  • Morgana King as Mama Corleone
  • Lenny Montana as Luca Brasi
  • Johnny Martino as Paulie Gatto
  • Salvatore Corsitto as Bonasera
  • Richard Bright as Neri

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About an American crime film!

The Godfather is a crime film directed by Francis Ford Coppola. It is the greatest and most influential film ever made. The film is based on Puzo’s best-selling 1969 novel of the same title. The Godfather trilogy is the first installment; from 1945 to 1955, the Corleone family was under patriarch Vito Corleone. The film focuses on the transformation of his youngest son, Michael Corleone, from a reluctant family outsider to a mafia boss.  


The list of The Godfather movies

  • The Godfather – 1972
  • The Godfather – 1974
  • The Godfather – 1990

The three Godfather movies are connected because they follow the Corleone family from the 1940s to the 1980s. Michael Corleone is the main character in all three; his family and allies are the same.  

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Theatrical release!

  • On March 14, 1972, The Godfather premiered at Loews's State Theatre in New York City
  • Before the film premiered in theatre, it got advanced rentals to form over 400 theatres that already made $15 million 
  • On March 17, the film was at the Imperial Theatre.
  • On March 22, the film was released in two theatres in Los Angeles
  • On March 24, 1972, The Godfather was released throughout the rest of the United States, and after five days, it reached 316 theatres. 

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Awards and Achievements!

Academy Awards – 3 Wins and 9 Nominations

Golden Globe Awards – 5 Wins and 6 Nominations

Satellite Award – 1 Win and 2 Nominations

45th Academy Awards

  • Albert S. Ruddy won Best Picture
  • Francis Ford Coppola nominated for Best Director
  • Marlon Brando won for Best Actor
  • James Caan, Robert Duvall, and AI Pacino were nominated for Best Supporting Actor.
  • Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola won Best Adapted Screenplay
  • Anna Hill Johnstone nominated as Best Costume Design
  • William Reynolds and Peter Zinner were nominated for Best Film Editing
  • Bud Grenzbach, Richard Portman, and Christopher Newman were nominated for Best Sound
  • Nini Rota revoked for Best Original Dramatic Score

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26th British Academy Film Award

  • Marlon Brando nominated as Best Actor
  • Robert Duvall nominated as Best Supporting Actor
  • AI Pacino nominated as Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles
  • Nino Rota won Best Film Music

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25th Directors Guild of America Awards

Francis Ford Coppola won Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

30th Golden Globe Awards

  • The Godfather won Best Motion Picture Drama
  • Francis Ford Coppola won Best Director Motion Picture
  • Marlon Brando won Best Motion Picture Actor Drama
  • AI Pacino nominated for Best Motion Picture Actor Drama
  • James Caan nominated for Best Supporting Actor in Motion Picture
  • Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola won Best Screenplay 
  • Nino Rota won Best Original Score

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15th Grammy Awards

Nino Rota won Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or TV Special

25th Writers Guild of America Awards

Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola won Best Drama Adapted from Another Medium. 

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