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    Robert Duvall The Godfather Screen-Worn Suit. A three-piece suit worn by Duvall in the 1972 crime classic by Francis Ford Coppola. Duvall was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor (along with co-stars James Caan and Al Pacino) for his performance as the Corleone family's consigliere, Tom Hagen. He would reprise the role in the 1974 sequel, The Godfather Part II. The suit is in Excellent condition. Previously auctioned at KTWU Broadcasting's Lights, Camera, Auction! event in Topeka, Kansas, in 1982. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity and receipt from KTWU.

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    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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