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|This article is about the film character. You may be looking for his book counterpart.|
New York City, U.S.
|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed by||Don Costello |
Joe Paulino (voice)
- "I want there to be peace between our two families."
- ―Victor Stracci[src]
Don Victor Stracci was an old-fashioned Don from Staten Island, Victor had strong views on prostitution, believing it to be an immoral practice.
Victor Stracci began his businesses in the 1930s, posing as a legitimate hauling company in New Jersey with his brothers Anthony and Mario, before eventually spreading out to become leader of one of the Five Families.
Role in the warEdit
Victor embraced the scheme of Don Emilio Barzini to unite against the Corleone family and force them into the heroin trade. He was present at the sitdown where the families convinced Don Vito Corleone to accept drug trafficking in his territory and guarantee peace. His family was seen as the weakest of Corleone's enemies at this point, due to Tattaglia's alliance with Barzini.
- "Good, I want there to be peace between our families."
- ―Victor Stracci[src]
On the day of Michael Corleone's revenge, Victor was on his way to a meeting. He was exiting the elevator with when Peter Clemenza, who was about to enter the elevator, revealed a shotgun concealed in a flower case and proceeded to kill them both.
Personality and traitsEdit
Stracci is referred to as an old fashioned Don, like Vito Corleone, hence why he will not deal in prostitiution, but he was also shrewd enough to realise that he needed to accept drug trafficking due to the waterfront location of his operations.
In the novelEdit
In The Godfather novel only Emilio Barzini and Philip Tattaglia are killed. Stracci remains an ally of the Corleones, who sued for peace along with fellow survivor Ottilio Cuneo. He was also an old friend of Nick Geraci, who attempted to use Stracci and Frank Greco as part of a plan to resign Michael Corleone from the Commission, but the Don relayed this information to Michael, who had Geraci executed. Also, the Don was known as Anthony Stracci, as opposed to Victor.
Behind the scenesEdit
- He was portrayed by Don Costello in the film and Joe Paulino in the game.
- In the screenplay Stracci is the only Don to survive.