RARA-AVIS: "Godfather" answer (minor spoiler)

TAllen (tallen@cwix.com)
Sat, 24 Jul 1999 08:02:09 -0500

On July 23, Christopher Bahn wrote:
<In the film version of "The Godfather," during the sequence when Michael Corleone is in Sicily, he seems to have some kind of bruise or wound on his face. What is this from? At first I thought it was left over from when the cop broke his jaw, but it seems like it would have healed by then. >

Yes, it was from the cop breaking his jaw. In the book, he had some kind of permanent sinus drip from the injury, and had to go to a surgeon to get it fixed once he was back in the States.

Tricia Allen

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