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    The Godfather wall segment from the "Corleone" family compound. (Paramount, 1972) Vintage original screen used stone wall set piece segment from the notorious Corleone compound in the Francis Ford Copolla classic Mafia film. Constructed of carved styrofoam and polyfoam over plywood substructure. Measuring 36 x 31 x 14 in. Sculpted to appear as assembled granite stone wall with cement-grouted seams. Skinned with a stone textured surface and expertly studio painted to appear as part of the weathered stone wall used to fortify the Mafia Don's family compound. Exhibiting wear, edge damage and some surface loss. In vintage very good condition. Acquired from the Norton family who rented their Staten Island mansion to the film production.

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    June, 2017
    26th Monday
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