|Corman Drive-In Theater
||Threatening with firearms
The Corman Drive-In Theater was a business in Cuba run by Ethel Bush, who paid her tributes to the Granados family. It was also where caporegime Phillip Giotti made his hideout.
In 1959 the Corleone family took over the 'protection' racket and soon after Giotti was killed by Dominic.
Behind the scenesEdit
The Corman Drive-In Theater is a reference to B-Movie director Roger Corman, who features in The Godfather Part II.