Characters from the Godfather

We'll make you an offer you can't refuse! Name these characters from the Godfather trilogy and you can call yourself a wiseguy!
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Last updated: March 5, 2012
First submittedMarch 5, 2012
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"The Godfather"
The Godfather's oldest son
The trilogy begins on her wedding day
He broke his brother's heart
WWII Marine veteran and future Godfather
Wife-beating son-in-law
Carlo Rizzi
Michael's American wife
Adopted by the Corleones; serves as consiglieri
Tom Hagen
Tall, morose, and smarter caporegime
Sal Tessio
Sicilian bride killed in a car explosion
Short, fat, and loyal caporegime
Caporegime who replaces his heavier brother
Frank Pentangeli
New capo introduced in Godfather II
Rocco Lampone
Movie producer who has a really bad morning
Jack Woltz
Known as "The Turk"; he's in the narcotics business
Virgil Solozzo
Corrupt NYC police captain
Capt. McCluskey
Runs a Las Vegas hotel for the Corleones
Moe Greene
Rival family head who plots against the Corleones
Emilio Barzini
The Godfather's oilve oil business partner
Genco Abbandando
Rival family head who specializes in prostitution
Philip Tattaglia
Corleone enforcer; he now "sleeps with the fishes"
Luca Brasi
Miami-based Mafia financier
Hyman Roth
Former cop; now Michael's bodyguard
Al Neri
Senator entrapped by the Corleones
Sen. Pat Geary
Son of Sonny and his mistress Lucy
Vincent Mancini
Michael's daughter who really loves her cousin!
Level 80
Apr 14, 2012
I think you need to be a little more generous with the spelling of names on this one.
Level 31
Apr 14, 2012
I agree with Bob Saget
Level 31
Apr 14, 2012
Al Neri is much more than a bodyguard... he is more of a personal assistant/consigilieri
Level 67
Feb 19, 2016
personal assistant would work, but consigliere would really only be applied to Tom Hagen
Level 71
Nov 14, 2012
Rocco Lampone is not introduced in Godfather II--he is the one who shoots Paulie Gatto (and retrieves the cannoli). He even has something close to his own regime -- when Michael asks Clemenza who are all the new faces after the second attempt on the Don, those new hires are all under Rocco.
Level 78
Jan 3, 2013
He is there, but unless you've read the book you don't know who he is. He does not have a speaking part until Part II, and the actor playing him in the original film (Tom Rosqui) is not even credited --- therefore not introduced as a character until Part II.
Level 71
Jan 4, 2013
Actually he has one line (when Paulie accuses him of passing gas) and both Clemenza and Paulie Gatto address him by name during that scene -- the one that ends with a reference to cannoli. But I'll agree that he doesn't show up in the credits in the first installment, so CBTEmple is more right than I am.
Level 79
May 28, 2017
Cannolis. Rocco retrieves the cannoliS. Re-watch the movie, people. Clemenza didn't buy one. He bought a box of them. There isn't a Sicilian alive who refers to multiple cannolis as "cannoli". SMH.
Level 41
Jan 3, 2013
11. tried v hard but cldnt recall clemenza.
Level 55
May 6, 2014
I don't think any of the sequels should count.
Level 86
Apr 20, 2015
You're nuts if you think Godfather 2 wasn't a quality film.
Level 70
May 6, 2015
Godfather 2 is a great movie (especially if you have seen The Godfather)
Level 67
Feb 19, 2016
agreed, one of the only sequels to ever win best picture at the oscars. not that an oscar automatically means the movie is good, but in this case I think they got it right.
Level 82
Dec 30, 2015
"Oilve oil" needs a spelling fix.
Level 63
Dec 4, 2016
Spelling: Olive
Level 22
Feb 9, 2019
I've read the book and Lampone was the one to shoot Paulie Gatto. This is one of my favourite books ever and I'm only 13.