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Pu•zo

(ˈpu zoʊ)
n.
Mario, 1920–99, U.S. novelist.
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There is a minor underlying theme that runs through the novel and movie The Godfather by Mario Puzo.
This is what Justice Khosa's dissenting note said: 'The popular 1969 novel 'The Godfather' by Mario Puzo recounted the violent tale of a Mafia family and the epigraph selected by the author was fascinating: Behind every great fortune there is a crime,' wrote Justice Khosa.
Justice Khosa's dissenting note had opened with a reference to the book The Godfather by Mario Puzo.
He was born in the village of Corleone, which Mario Puzo used in his novel The Godfather well before Riina took over the Corleonesi crime syndicate in 1974.
He followed up with "The Sicilian," based on a Mario Puzo novel; and "Desperate Hours," a remake of a Humphrey Bogart film about a fugitive, starring Rourke and Anthony Hopkins.
The only book I read cover-to-cover was The Godfather by Mario Puzo because I was so bored one summer that I had nothing else to do.
A massive, 45-box archive of Mario Puzo, the renowned author-screenwriter of The Godfather has been auctioned.
BORN ROSCOE Tanner, tennis player, 1951, above MARIO Puzo, American novelist, 1920 JK Galbraith, Canadian economist, 1908 DIED HERMANN Goering, Nazi politician, 1946 CARLO Gambino, US gangster, 1976 MATA Hari, German spy 1917, above
The mob drama is based on a crime novel written by Italian American author Mario Puzo, originally published in 1969.
The script was co-written by Godfather author Mario Puzo.
Mario Puzo The Godfather (co-written with Francis Ford Coppola)
Screenwriter Mario Puzo famously inherited the script from the Salkinds who were producing Superman: The Movie.