Sandra Corleone

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Sandra Corleone
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Julie Gregg portraying Sandra Corleone
First appearance The Godfather
Created by Mario Puzo
Portrayed by Julie Gregg
Information
Gender Female
Occupation Homemaker
Family Corleone
Spouse(s) Santino Corleone (husband, deceased)
Relatives Vito Corleone (father-in-law)

Sandra Corleone is a fictional character appearing in Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather, the Godfather film trilogy, and the Godfather video game. She was portrayed by Julie Gregg in the first film.[1]

History[edit]

Born in 1917, she married Sonny Corleone, with whom she had four children: Francesca Corleone (b 1937), Kathryn Corleone (b 1937), Frank Corleone (b 1939) and Santino Corleone (b 1945). She and Sonny live in a house in the Corleone Mall. After Sonny's death, she takes her children to live with her parents in Florida.

She is depicted as a large-breasted woman who immigrated from Italy as a child who does not enjoy sex with Sonny, due to his large penis. She is aware, and thankful, that he is unfaithful;. Sonny has a mistress, Lucy Mancini and they have a son, Vincent.

Sandra appears in a deleted scene in The Godfather Part II, trying to gain her brother-in-law Michael's blessing for her daughter Francesca's engagement. Michael approves but suggests that her fiance changes his college studies. In a deleted subplot, Sandra becomes Tom Hagen's mistress, a fact that Michael uses to blackmail Hagen into remaining loyal to the family, despite Sandra urging Hagen to abandon the Corleone family. In the final film, Hagen is depicted as having died years earlier.

Role in sequel novels[edit]

Sandra is a minor character in The Godfather Returns and The Godfather's Revenge, Mark Winegardner's sequels to Puzo's novel. In The Family Corleone, she appears as a teenager, the granddaughter of Signora Colombo, a minor character in the original novel.

Family Members[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Godfather (1972)". nytimes.com. Retrieved 2014-07-06.