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'Godfather' Author, the Late Mario Puzo

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'Godfather' Author, the Late Mario Puzo

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'Godfather' Author, the Late Mario Puzo

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Puzo was best known for the novel The Godfather (1969) which spawned three films. He died in 1999. A new novel is based on the characters he created called The Godfather Returns by Mark Winegardner. This interview was originally broadcast on July 25, 1996.