Where did they film the Godfather?
Moreover, where in Sicily did they film the Godfather?
Savoca and Forza d'Agrò are the two most famous filming locations of The Godfather movies in Sicily. These small medieval villages were featured in some of the most iconic scenes in the movie, such as Michael Corleone's first meeting with Apollonia's father, and the wedding.
Additionally, where was the toll booth scene in The Godfather filmed? The toll booth scene was filmed at the site of Nassau Coliseum in Uniondal, New York on Long Island, which was under construction at the time. It also utilized the former Mitchel Field, and the roadway used was once a runway.
Also question is, where was the godfather House located?
Where was the godfather 3 filmed?
The Godfather III filming locations 956 5th Avenue and East 77th Street is where the Corleone's stayed during their time in New York City. It's a fantastic and very expensive Upper East Side location, so its safe to say business was booming for the family.