The Godfather Family Album
The godfather family album
English, German
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The Godfather Family Album is a book about The Godfather Trilogy featuring never-before-seen photos of Coppola's masterpiece.

Official descriptionEdit

Selections from photographer Steve Schapiro's archives provide an insider's view of the making of the legendary trilogy.This edition is limited to 1,000 copies, each numbered and signed by Steve Schapiro.

Imagine the experience of witnessing renowned actors as they made their most memorable performances. Steve Schapiro has had such a privilege as special photographer on some of American cinema's most beloved movies. For Francis Ford Coppola's Godfather trilogy, he immortalized actors such as Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, James Caan, Robert Duvall, and Diane Keaton. Brought together in a book for the first time is a vast selection of images from all three Godfather films, selected from Schaprio's archives.

This lavish limited edition book allows fans a privileged peek behind the scenes in the making of film history.

Steve Schapiro is a distinguished journalistic photographer whose work is found in many museum collections and has been published in his books American Edge and Schapiro's Heroes. His photographs have appeared on the covers of most major magazines in the world including Life, Look, Time, Sports Illustrated, Paris Match, and the first People magazine cover. Schapiro followed the civil rights struggle in America, traveled with Bobby Kennedy and has done numerous photo essays on human affairs from the art scene in New York, migrant workers, Vietnam veterans and everything from poodles to Presidents. In Hollywood he has worked on more than 200 motion pictures; his most famous film posters are for Midnight Cowboy, Taxi Driver, Parenthood, and The Godfather Part III.


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