ANSWERS: 7
  • Yes, borrowed from a dog food plant.
  • Yes. "During rehearsals, a false horse's head was used for the bedroom scene. For the actual shot, a real horse's head was used. The head was acquired from a dog-food factory." http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068646/trivia
  • No of course not, it would not be allowed.
  • G'day Extreme2252, Thanks for your question. It seems so. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068646/trivia Regards
  • My uncle (John Marley) played Jack Woltz in the movie. Yes, it was a real horse's head, but no, they didn't kill it for the movie; they got it from a meat processing plant. He didn't know that they were going to use a real horse's head for the movie. Those screams -- they're for real. A bit of trivia -- he was originally tapped to BE the Godfather, before Marlon Brando asked for the role.
  • My uncle (John Marley) played Jack Woltz in the movie. Yes, it was a real horse's head, but no, they didn't kill it for the movie; they got it from a meat processing plant. He didn't know that they were going to use a real horse's head for the movie. Those screams -- they're for real. A bit of trivia -- he was originally tapped to BE the Godfather, before Marlon Brando asked for the role.
  • Thats from a different era.Nowadays heck no they'd never allow a real horse head for a scene like that.

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