On March 15, 1972 “The Godfather” opened in movie theaters.
With three different films in the series, the movie has become a film icon. In honor of the crime drama, here are 8 hilariously-bizarre items that are available for purchase!:
When you have the option to wash your hands with both the gun and the cannoli, which one would you choose? Delicious…or deadly? Either way, your hands are sure to be super clean one you are done washing those paws.
This dress perfectly states “I am obsessed with The Godfather, but in a lady-like manner!” What else could a girl need in this world other than a pop art version of Don Vito Corleone? Add a festive horse head necklace for an extra effect.
Add a little zest to your terrarium with these miniature figures. Don Vito Corleone and a bloody horse head will keep your succulents in line! But, be careful, these mini characters could pose as a choking hazard. It would be quite a story to tell the ER that you cannot breathe due to The Godfather.
Have all you favorite characters in one area with this decoupage wine bottle. Set the piece of art in the middle of your table and reminisce on all you favorite Godfather series moments.
Don will “make you an offer you can’t refuse” while staring at you through this see through shadow box. To make this piece even better, the artist has added a shotgun shell, miniature rose and multiple dollar bills. As stated on the Etsy page, the shotgun shell is not real!
Love Rottweilers…and The Godfather? Well, you are in luck! Here a combination of both the legendary movie as well a the dog breed. Looking for a different breed to be a pretend mobster? Not to worry, the artist has multiple other versions on his Etsy page.
You birds will be holding secret mob meetings inside this collectors item. Bird seed can be used instead of a cannoli? As for the bloody horse head, we aren’t too sure. A worm?
There is no better to honor The Godfather than to have a life cast of Marlon Brando himself! The cast will make an interesting addition to any desk or shelving unit.
Sarah Harley is a Hufflepuff living in the NYC area. When she is not talking to random animals or collecting stickers, she is a comedy writer working in television production. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp