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7 white men considered ‘untouchable’

The Godfather

Al Pacino: For Pacino, it’s simply two words: Godfather and Scarface. Most Pacino fans don’t even know that Pacino practically owned the 1970s Hollywood, that at one point, he was nominated for an Academy Award in five consecutive years, a feat that is unheard of and unmatched. He earned his eternal love in black America from these two riveting movies. Period. 

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3 Comments

  1. zobop republic on November 19, 2012 at 12:30 pm

    I’m sick & tired of Pres. Clinton being called the first “Black President”! R U kiddin’ me?
    …and yes; De Niro makes Black women ‘his’ priority!

    • Terry on November 19, 2012 at 2:24 pm

      You are not the only one who abhor and detest that term of Clinton as the “first black president.” It sickens me to this day. But that is the accurate perception of Slick Willie by a large percentage of the black electorate in the 1990s, something that has always baffled me.

  2. Roger Lee on November 22, 2014 at 11:16 am

    Al Pacino is not a white person. He is descended from the Arabs and other North Africans who overran Southern Italy and Sicily. Just look at him – and many of the other actors in The Godfather – and you can see they are mixed-race.