Is there a town called Corleone in Sicily?
Likewise, people ask, where is the Godfather set in Sicily?
Borgo of the Month: Savoca, Sicily, Where 'The Godfather' Was Filmed. Rated among the most beautiful 'borghi' (historic villages) of Italy, Savoca in Sicily isn't overrun with tourists, which has helped maintain a relaxed atmosphere and a slow pace from earlier times.
Subsequently, question is, was the godfather Sicilian or Italian? Pacino's father, Salvatore Pacino, is also from Sicily, to be more precise from San Fratello, in the province of Messina, which completes the Sicilian background of Al Pacino. The legendary actor was once quoted as saying: “In America, most everybody who's Italian is half Italian.
Similarly one may ask, is Corleone dangerous?
And this is no accident: in the years after the Second World War, Corleone actually was a stronghold of the Sicilian Mafia and considered for a time to be one of the most dangerous cities in the world. Today, though, peace has broken out in Corleone in an almost boring way.
What does the name Corleone mean?
A submission from Illinois, United States says the name Corleone means "Cheerful, happy, appreciative.".