Godfather The Part 2 CD2
And in my judgment you'll continue to get those...
because I don't believe that President Eisenhower...
will ever pull out of Cuba.
Not as long as we have over one billion dollars invested in this country.
Now, the American public believes in nonintervention.
Fredo. Where you goin'?
I'm gonna get me a real drink, 'cause I can't--
What kept Mr. Roth? I understood he was coming.
Ream, what's the protocol? How long should we stay around here?
Oh, I don't know. I think a half hour oughta do it.
Just long enough to bring in the new year.
There's a plane waiting for us to take us to Miami in an hour.
Don't make a big thing about it.
I know it was you, Fredo.
You broke my heart.
You broke my heart.
Fredo! Come on.
Come with me. It's the only way out of here tonight.
Roth is dead. Fredo.
Fredo, come with me! You're still my brother!
U.S. passports only.
- U.S. passports only. - I'm from the United States Senate.
- Back, please. - Please! I must leave!
Al, get me a wet towel.
Kay know I'm back?
What about my boy? Did you get him something for Christmas?
- I took care of it. - What was it so I'll know?
It was a little car with an electric motor that he could ride in.
It was nice.
Thank you, Al.
Fellas, could you step outside for a minute, please?
Where's my brother?
Uh, Roth got out on a private boat. He's in a hospital in Miami.
He had a stroke. He recovered okay.
- Your bodyguard's dead. - I asked about Fredo.
I think he got out. He must be somewhere in New York.
I want you to get in touch with him.
I know he's scared. Tell him everything's all right.
Tell him I know Roth misled him;
that he didn't know they were gonna try to kill me.
And they can come in now.
Oh, there was something else.
What? Come on. What?
Kay had a miscarriage. She lost the baby.
- Was it a boy? - After three and a half months--
Can't you give me a straight answer anymore? Was it a boy?
I really don't know.
I take care of everything.
Vito, here's my $50.
I'll make an offer he don't refuse.Don't worry.
From the year 1942 to the present time...
you were an employee of the Genco Olive Oil Company?
But in actuality you were a member of the Corleone crime organization?
We called it the Corleone family, Senator. We called it the family.
What was your position?
At first, like everybody else, I was a soldier.
- What is that? - A button. You know, come on.
No, I don't know. Tell me.
When the boss says "push a button on a guy," I push a button.
- See, Senator? - Mr. Questadt.
- You mean you killed people? - What?
You killed people at the behest of your superiors?
Yeah, that's right, counselor.
And the head of your family is Michael Corleone?
Yeah, counselor, Michael Corleone, right.
Did you ever get such an order directly from Michael Corleone?
No, I never talked to him.
Mr. Cicci, could you amplify your answer a bit, please?
Could you expand on your answer? I'm interested in knowing...
was there always a buffer involved?
Someone in between you and your possible superiors...
- who gave the actual orders? - Yeah, right, a buffer.
The family had a lot of buffers.
Mr. Cicci, you may find this very amusing...
but I promise you the members of this committee do not.
If there's something I could do for you, you come, we talk.
The rent stays like before.
Hey, what do you think? God bless America. Big business.
- New York City. - Would you mind speaking up?
New York City.
- Are you the son of Vito Corleone? - Yes, I am.
- And where was he born? - Corleone, Sicily.
Did he, at times, use an alias...
that was known in certain circles as "Godfather"?
"Godfather" is a term that was used by his friends...
one of affection, one of respect.
Mr. Chairman, I would like to verify the witness's statement.
For years now, a growing number of my constituents...
have been of ltalian descent...
and I've come to know them well.
They have honored me with their support and with their friendship.
Indeed, I can proudly say that some of my very best friends...
However, Mr. Chairman, at this time, I have to leave these proceedings...
to preside over a very important meeting of my own committee.
But before I leave, I do want to say this--
that these hearings on the Mafia are in no way whatsoever...
a slur upon the great Italian people...
because I can state from my own knowledge and experience...
that Italian-Americans are among the most loyal...
most law-abiding, patriotic...
hard-working American citizens in this land.
And it would be a shame, Mr. Chairman...
if we allowed a few rotten apples...
to give a bad name to the whole barrel...
because from the time of the great Christopher Columbus...
up to the time of Enrico Fermi...
right up until the present day...
Italian-Americans have been pioneers...
in building and defending our great nation.
They are the salt of the earth.
They are one of the backbones of this country.
The chairman is calling the meeting back to order.
I'm sure we all agree with our esteemed colleague.
Now, Mr. Corleone, you have been advised as to your legal rights.
We have testimony from a witness, a previous witness...
one Willi Cicci.
He has stated that you are head...
of the most powerful Mafia family in this country.
- Are you? - No, I'm not.
The witness has testified that you are personally responsible...
for the murder of a New York City police captain in 1947.
And with him, a man named Virgil Solozzo.
- Do you deny this? - Yes, I do.
Is it true that in the year 1950...
you devised a murder of the heads of the so-called "five families"...
in New York, to assume and consolidate...
your nefarious power?
- That's a complete falsehood. - Is it true...
you have a controlling interest in three major hotels in Las Vegas?
No, it is not true. I own some stock in some of the hotels there...
but very little.
I also have stock in IBM and IT&T.
Do you have any interests or control over gambling and narcotics...
in the state of New York?
No, I do not.
Senator, my client would like to read a statement for this committee.
Mr. Chairman, I think this statement...
is totally out of order at this time.
Sir, my client has answered every question asked by this committee...
with the utmost sincerity.
He did not take the Fifth Amendment, as it was his right to do...
so in all fairness I think the statement should be heard.
No, I'm going to allow Mr. Corleone to read his statement.
I'll put it in the record.
"In the hopes of clearing my family name...
and my sincere desire to give my children their fair share...
of the American way of life without a blemish...
on their name and background...
I have appeared before this committee...
and given it all the cooperation in my power.
I consider it a great dishonor to me personally...
to have to deny that I am a criminal.
I wish to have the following noted for the record:
that I served my country faithfully and honorably in World War Two...
and was awarded a Navy Cross for actions in defense of my country...
that I have never been arrested or indicted for any crime whatsoever...
that no proof linking me to any criminal conspiracy...
whether it is called "Mafia," "Cosa Nostra"...
or whatever other name you wish to give...
has ever been made public.
I have not taken refuge behind the Fifth Amendment...
although it is my right to do so.
I challenge this committee...
to produce any witness or evidence against me.
And if they do not...
I hope they will have the decency to clear my name...
with the same publicity with which they now have besmirched it."
I'm sure we're allquite impressed, Mr. Corleone...
particularly with your love for our country.
Committee will stand in recess until 10:00 a.m. Monday morning...
at which time the committee will produce a witness...
who will corroborate the charges which were made against you today...
and at which time, Mr. Corleone, you may very well be subject...
to indictment for perjury.
I remind you that you're still under subpoena.
Ten-to-one shot, you said.
Ten-to-one shot he would take the Fifth...
and I lose.
You sound like my bookie.
I owe that monkey my life.
Well, just get a good night's sleep.
- Good night's sleep. - Got a big day tomorrow.
Got you a new suit, a new shirt, new tie.
I'm gonna shave you myself in the morning.
You're gonna look respectable for 50 million of your fellow Americans.
My life won't be worth a nickel after tomorrow.
Come on. I saw this thing 19 times.
You got a great home here, Frankie.
The rest of your life, nobody gets near you, you're not going anywhere.
That's great. Beautiful.
Some deal I made.
You'll live like a king. You'll be a hero.
You'll live better in here than most people on the outside.
Some deal. Jesus.
Alive. Pentangeli is alive.
- How'd they get their hands on him? - Roth. He engineered it.
Frankie went to make a deal with the Rosato brothers...
and they tried to kill him.
He thought you double-crossed him.
Our people with the New York detective said he was halfdead...
scared stiffand calling out loud that you turned on him.
They already had him on possession, bookmaking, murder one...
and a lot more.
The FBI has him airtight.
He's on an army base, 24-hour guards.
No way we can get to him.
You've opened yourself to five counts of perjury.
What about Fredo? What does he know?
He says he doesn't know anything, and I believe him.
Roth-- he played this one beautifully.
I want to talk to Fredo.
I haven't got a lot to say, Mike.
We have time.
I was kept pretty much in the dark.
I didn't know all that much.
What about now? ls there anything you can help me out with?
Anything you can tell me now?
They got Pentangeli, that's all I can tell you.
I didn't know it was gonna be a hit, Mike.
I swear to God, I didn't know it was gonna be a hit.
Johnny Ola bumped into me in Beverly Hills...
and he said that he wanted to talk.
He said that you and Roth...
were in on a big deal together...
and that there was something in it for me if I could help him out.
He said that you were being tough on the negotiations.
But if they could get a little help and close the deal fast...
it'd be good for the family.
You believed that story?
You believed that?
He said there was something in it for me... on my own.
I've always taken care of you.
Taken care of me?
You're my kid brother. You take care of me?
Did you ever think about that? Did you ever once think about that?
Send Fredo off to do this, send Fredo off to do that.
Let Fredo take care of some Mickey Mouse nightclub somewhere.
Send Fredo to pick somebody up at the airport.
I'm your older brother, Mike, and I was stepped over!
- That's the way Pop wanted it. - It ain't the way I wanted it!
I can handle things! I'm smart!
Not like everybody says. Like dumb. I'm smart...
and I want respect!
Is there anything you can tell me about this investigation?
The Senate lawyer, Questadt...
he belongs to Roth.
You're nothing to me now.
You're not a brother, you're not a friend.
I don't wanna know you or what you do.
I don't wanna see you at the hotels.
I don't want you near my house.
When you see our mother, I wanna know a day in advance...
so I won't be there.
I don't want anything to happen to him while my mother's alive.
There are more people than a ball game in here.
There's Willi Cicci.
This committee will come to order.
- State your name, please. - Frank Pentangeli.
- And where were you born? - Partanego. Outside of Palermo.
Where do you live now?
I live in an army barracks with the FBI guys.
We have here, finally, a witness that will further testify...
to Michael Corleone's rule over a criminal empire...
that controls all of the gambling in this country...
and perhaps in other countries.
This witness had no buffer between himself and Michael Corleone.
He can corroborate ourcharges on enough counts for this committee...
to recommend a charge of perjury against Michael Corleone.
- Senator. - Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Were you a member of the Corleone family?
Did you serve under caporegime Peter Clemenza...
under Vito Corleone, also known as the "Godfather"?
I never knew no Godfather.
I have my own family, Senator.
Mr. Pentangeli, you are contradicting a sworn statement...
you'd previously made to me and signed.
I ask you again, sir, here and now under oath...
were you at anytime a memberof a crime organization...
headed by Michael Corleone?
I don't know nothing about that.
I was in the olive oil business with his father...
but that was a long time ago, that's all.
We have a sworn affidavit.
We have it-- your sworn affidavit...
that you murdered on the orders of Michael Corleone.
Do you deny that confession?
And do you realize what will happen as a result of your denial?
Look, the FBI guys, they promised me a deal...
so I made up a lot of stuff about Michael Corleone...
'cause that's what they wanted.
But it was all lies-- everything.
And they kept saying...
Michael Corleone did this...
and that Michael Corleone did that.
So I said, "Yeah, sure!"
Mr. Corleone, would you kindly identify for the committee...
the gentleman sitting to your left?
I can answer that.
His name is Vincenzo Pentangeli.
- Is he related to the witness? - He is, I believe, his brother.
Will he come forward and be sworn, sir?
Sir, this man does not understand English.
He came at his own expense to aid his brother in this time of trouble.
He's not under subpoena. His reputation is impeccable.
Are you saying he knows nothing about these matters?
To my knowledge, nothing.
I'm gonna find out what the hell happened here.
Allright, this committee is now adjourned.
- The witness is excused. - Senator!
This committee owes an apology!
This committee owes an apology. Apology, Senator.
- Michael, excuse me. - Hold on a minute.
The children are outside. We're going.
What do you mean you're going? We're all gonna leave tomorrow.
I'll be in my room.
Michael, I'm not going back to Nevada.
I brought the children to say good-bye to you.
I want you to know I'm very happy for you.
I suppose I always knew you were too smart...
to let any of them ever beat you.
- Why don't you sit down? - I'm not going to stay long.
There are some things I'd like to talk to you about.
Some things that have been on my mind.
- Changes I wanna make. - I think it's too late for changes.
I promised myself I wasn't going to say anything.
You're too late.
What really happened with Pentangeli?
His brother came, helped him.
I didn't even know he had a brother.
Where is he now?
He's on a plane back to Sicily.
All he had to do was show his face.
It was between the brothers. I had nothing to do with it.
Nobody is going-- not you, not the kids! You hear me?
You're my wife, they're my children. I love you. I won't allow it.
You say you love me, then you talk about allowing me to leave!
Things have been going on for years between men and women...
- that will not change. - You've become blind!
- Blind to what? - Look what happened to us.
- Look what's happened to our son! - Nothing's happened--
- Anthony is fine! - Anthony is not fine!
- I don't wanna hear about it! - You will!
Anthony's not fine!
I don't wanna hear about it!
At this moment, I feel no love for you at all.
I never thought that would ever happen...
but it has.
We're gonna leave tomorrow.
Okay? Why don't you take the kids back to their room?
You haven't heard me.
What do you want from me?
Do you expect me to let you go?
Do you expect me to let you take my children from me?
Don't you know me? Don't you know that that's an impossibility?
That that could never happen?
That I'd use all my power to keep something like that from happening?
Don't you know that?
Now, in time...
you'll feel differently.
You'll be glad I stopped you now.
I know that.
I know you blame me for losing the baby.
I know what that meant to you.
I'll make it up to you.
I swear, I'll make it up to you.
I'm gonna change.
I've learned that I have the strength to change.
And you'll forget about this miscarriage...
and we'll have another child...
and we'll go on-- you and I.
We'll go on.
You are blind.
It wasn't a miscarriage.
It was an abortion.
Just like our marriage is an abortion.
Something that's unholy and evil.
I didn't want your son!
I wouldn't bring another one of your sons into this world!
It was an abortion!
It was a son! A son! And I had it killed...
because this must all end!
I know now that it's over. I knew it then.
There would be no way...
no way you could ever forgive me...
not with this Sicilian thing...
that's been going on for 2,000 years--
- You won't take my children. - I will.
- You won't take my children! - They're my children too.
Fredo, here's this for Grandma.
What are you doing?
Michael, say good-bye.
Can I speak with you for a second?
- Where's Mike? - Waiting foryou to leave.
Can I talk with him?
Sorry, no chance.
- Can I see him? - He's in the boathouse.
Michael, it's Connie.
I'd like to stay close to home now, if it's all right.
Is Kay coming?
Fredo's in the house with Mama.
He asked for you, and Tom said you wouldn't see him.
Kids, why don't you go outside for a while?
Please, I wanna talk to you.
I hated you for so many years.
I think that I did things to myself, to hurt myself...
so that you'd know...
that I could hurt you.
You were just being strong for all of us the way Papa was.
And I forgive you.
Can't you forgive Fredo?
He's so sweet and helpless without you.
You need me. I want to take care ofyou now.
Our friend and business partner, Hyman Roth, is in the news.
You hear about it?
I hear that he's in Israel.
And the High Court in Israel turned down his request...
to live there as a returned Jew.
His passport's been invalidated, except for return to the US.
He landed in Buenos Aires yesterday.
He offered a gift of a million dollars if they let him live there.
They turned him down.
- He's gonna try Panama. - Panama won't take him.
Not for a million, not for ten million.
His medical condition is reported as terminal.
He's only gonna live another six months anyway.
He's been dying of the same heart attack for 20 years.
- That plane goes to Miami. - Right. That's where I want it met.
Mike, that's impossible. They'll turn him over directly...
to the lnternal Revenue, Customs and half the FBl.
It's not impossible. Nothing's impossible.
It would be like trying to kill the president. No way to get to him.
You know, you surprise me.
If anything in this life is certain--
if history's taught us anything...
it's that you can kill anyone.
Difficult, not impossible.
Why did you ask me if something was wrong when I came in?
I thought you were gonna tell me that...
you were moving your family to Vegas.
And that you'd been offered the vice presidency of the hotels there.
- I thought you'd tell me that. - I turned them down.
Do I have to tell you about every offer that I turn down?
Let's do business.
Just consider this. Just consider it.
Now, Roth and the Rosatos are on the run.
Are they worth it, and are they strong enough?
Is it worth it? I mean, you won.
Do you want to wipe everybody out?
I don't feel I have to wipe everybody out--
just my enemies, that's all.
You gonna come along with me on these things I have to do or what?
'Cause if not, you can take your wife, family and your mistress...
move them all to Las Vegas.
Why do you hurt me? I've always been loyal to you. I mean, what is this?
What is it that you want me to do?
How would you like it if I taught you how to catch really big fish?
- Would you like that? - Okay.
You know, when I was your age...
I went out fishing with all my brothers...
and my father...
and I was the only one that caught a fish.
Nobody else could catch one, except me.
You know how I did it?
Every time I put the line in the water, I said a Hail Mary.
And every time I said a Hail Mary, I caught a fish.
You believe that? It's true.
That's the secret.
Wanna try it when we go on the lake?
Okay. What else you got?
Things are gonna be okay, Frankie. Don't worry.
- Did my brother go back? - Yeah. Don't worry.
He's ten times tougher than me-- my brother.
He didn't wanna go out to dinner. He just wanted to go straight home.
That's my brother. There's nothing...
that could get him away from that two-meal town.
He could've been big here, could've had his own family.
What do I do now?
You were always interested in politics and history.
I remember you talking about Hitler back in '33.
I still read a lot. I get good stuff in there.
You were around the old-timers...
agreeing about how the family's should be organized...
based on the old home allegiance and called them regimes--
capos and soldiers.
And it worked.
Yeah, it worked.
Those were the great old days, you know?
And we was like the Roman Empire.
The Corleone family was like the Roman Empire.
It was once.
When a plot against the emperor failed...
the plotters were always given a chance...
to let the families keep their fortunes.
Yeah, but only the rich guys.
The little guys, they got knocked off...
and all their estates went to the emperors...
unless they went home and killed themselves.
Then nothing happened to them.
And their families were taken care of.
That was a good break. Nice deal.
They went home...
and sat in a hot bath...
opened up their veins...
and bled to death.
And sometimes they had a little party before they did it.
Don't worry about anything.
Thanks, Tom. Thanks.
See you, Tom.
You have to go.
- So pretty. - Please hurry. He's coming.
Kiss Mama good-bye.
Will you kiss your mother good-bye?
Say good-bye to Mama.
I love you.
Please, kiss me once.
He's here! We're going fishing!
Michael wants to take him to Reno now!
Okay, kid, you gotta go to Reno with your pop.
Come on, I'll take you fishing tomorrow, okay?
Attaboy. Hey, Anthony.
Listen. I'll catch one for you in secret, huh? All right?
Okay, go ahead.
Okay, let's go.
Mr. Roth, you understand I'll have to take you into custody?
Yes, I understand.
Can you give us your reaction to the High Court of Israel's ruling?
I'm a retired investor on a pension.
I went to Israel because I wished to live there as Jew...
in the twilight of my life.
Hey, Frankie, come on out! Let's play some hearts!
Is it true you're worth over $300 million, Mr. Roth?
I'm a retired investor living on a pension.
I came home to vote in the presidential election...
because they wouldn't give me an absentee ballot.
Hail Mary, full of grace...
the Lord is with thee.
Blessed are thou amongst women.
Blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners.
Hey, everybody, come on, pay attention. Come here.
This is my friend, Carlo Rizzi. My brother, Fredo.
- You know Fredo. - Sure.
Here's my stepbrother, Tom. That's his girl, Theresa.
This cute little thing over here's my sister Connie I told you about.
Come on, say hello to Carlo. He's good-looking, ain't he?
Oh, that droopy thing over there, that's my brother, Mike.
We call him Joe Collar, you know what I mean? Go on, sit down.
- Go ahead. Talk to each other. - Sit down.
Hey, Mr. Einstein.
- Here's the cake. - Hey, get in here.
- Where's your father? - On a wild goose chase.
- Here. - Let's see that thing.
- Oh, honey, that's nice. - That's beautiful.
- Should I put the candles on now? - Go on. You help her, all right?
- What is that, rum? - Yeah.
Sonny, come on, don't touch the antipasto till Pop sees it.
What do you think, the nerve of them Japs, them slanty-eyed bastards?
Dropping bombs on our own backyard. On Pop's birthday, you know?
They didn't know it was Pop's birthday.
Well, we should've expected it after the oil embargo.
What do you mean, expected it? They got no right dropping bombs.
What are you, a Jap lover? You on their side?
I understand 30,000 men enlisted this morning.
- Bunch of saps. - Why are they saps?
Come on, do we even have to talk about the war?
You talk to Carlo, all right?
They're saps because they risk their lives for strangers.
- That's Pop talking. - You're goddamn right.
They risk their lives for their country.
Country ain't your blood. You remember that.
- I don't feel that way. - "I don't feel that way."
If you don't feel like that, quit college and join the army.
I enlisted in the Marines.
- Mike, why didn't you come to us? - What do you mean?
Pop had to pull a lot of strings to get you a deferment.
I didn't ask for it.
I didn't ask for a deferment. I didn't want it.
Come on, knock it off! Come on!
- Go on. - Sit down.
Mommy, Daddy's fighting again!
Go show Carlo the tree.
Break your father's heart on his birthday.
That's swell. Congratulations.
That's right, encourage him. Go on, get me a drink.
I don't understand. Your father has plans for you.
Many times, he and I have talked about your future.
You talked to my father about my future?
- My future? - He has high hopes for you.
I have my own plans for my future.
Did you go to college to get stupid? You're really stupid.
He's here, come on!
For he's a jolly good fellow For he's a jolly good fellow
For he's a jolly good fellow
Which nobody can deny
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Godfather The Part 1 CD2
Godfather The Part 2 CD1
Godfather The Part 2 CD2
Godfather part 3
Godfathers Of Mondo The 2003
Gods Must Be Crazy The 1980
Gods and Generals CD1
Gods and Generals CD2
Godzilla Mothra and King Ghidorah 2001
Godzilla against mechagodzilla
Going My Way CD1
Going My Way CD2
Golden Child The CD1
Golden Child The CD2
Golden Voyage Of Sinbad The
Gone in 60 Seconds
Gone with the Wind 1939
Gone with the Wind CD1
Gone with the Wind CD3
Gone with the Wind CD4
Good Boy 2003
Good Cop The
Good Earth The - Victor Fleming 1937 CD1
Good Earth The - Victor Fleming 1937 CD2
Good Morning Vietnam
Good Son The
Good Thief The (2002)
Good Work (1999)
Good bye Lenin 2003
Good the Bad and the Ugly The
Goodbye Girl The
Goodbye Mr Chips (1939)
Gospel of John CD1
Gospel of John CD2
Gotter der Pest 1970
Goutes d eau sur pierres brulantes 1999
Goya - Carlos Saura 1999
Goyokin - The gold of the Shogun 1969
Gran Vida La - (Living It Up) 2000
Grand Restaurant Le 1966
Grande Illusion La
Grande Strada Azzurra La) CD1
Grande Strada Azzurra La) CD2
Grapes of Death The
Grapes of Wrath The CD1
Grapes of Wrath The CD2
Grave Of The Fireflies CD1
Grave Of The Fireflies CD2
Graveyard Of Honour
Grease 1978 CD1
Grease 1978 CD2
Great Dictator The CD1
Great Dictator The CD2
Great Escape The (1963) CD1
Great Escape The (1963) CD2
Great Expectations 1998
Great Gatsby The (Jack Clayton 1974)
Great Race The
Great Silence The
Great White Hope The 1970
Great Ziegfeld The CD1
Great Ziegfeld The CD2
Green Dragon 2001
Green Fish (1997) CD1
Green Fish (1997) CD2
Green Mile The
Gremlins 2 The New Batch CD1
Gremlins 2 The New Batch CD2
Grey Gardens (1975)
Grey Zone The
Greystoke The Legend of Tanzan CD1
Greystoke The Legend of Tanzan CD2
Grinch The - Jim Carrey
Gronne Slagtere De 2003
Grosse Pointe Blank (1997) CD1
Grosse Pointe Blank (1997) CD2
Grudge The CD1
Grudge The CD2
Guarding Tess 1994
Guess Whos Coming To Dinner CD1
Guess Whos Coming To Dinner CD2
Guest House Paradiso
Guilty As Sin 1993 25fps
Guilty By Association 2003
Guilty By Suspicion (2003)
Gullivers Travels 1939
Gun Crazy - A Woman From Nowhere
Gun Crazy Vol 2 Beyond the Law
Gunfight at the O K Corral 1957 CD1
Gunfight at the O K Corral 1957 CD2
Guns And Talks CD1
Guns And Talks CD2
Guns Of Navarone The
Guts Of A Beauty (1986)
Guy Thing A
Guys And Dolls
Gypsy (Mervyn LeRoy 1962) CD1
Gypsy (Mervyn LeRoy 1962) CD2