Buy the house, leave the cannoli.
The famous English Tudor home of Don Vito Corleone is on the market.
The Staten Island house featured in the two good "Godfather" movies (and the other one) was built in prohibition-era 1930. It has plenty of space for a daughter's wedding day with five bedrooms, 6,200-square feet and a pub.
Presumably, no horse heads.
The kiss of death, though, might be the $2.9 million asking price.
If it breaks your heart not to own a piece of movie history, you'll have to — make the realtor an offer they might refuse.
Gavin Stern is a national digital producer for the Scripps National Desk. Follow him on twitter at @GavinStern or email him at email@example.com