The real offer you can't refuse is giving "The Godfather" (1972) and "The Godfather Part II" (1974) both Oscars for Best Picture, and "The Godfather Part III" (1990) a nomination.
Make them an offer they can't refuse.
An iconic piece of pop culture is for sale: The 8-bedroom Staten Island mansion used in the epic 1972 mobster movie "The Godfather.''
The owners are asking $2.9 million (or, at the risk of overdoing it, an offer they can't refuse).
Owner James Norton says his mother kept many artifacts from the movie, including Brando's cue cards.
Scenes were filmed inside and outside the 4-acre estate.
The house also features two fireplaces, a basement pub, a four-car garage and an in-ground pool.
Realtor Connie Profaci says it needs some work but the family is betting on the house's lore as a selling point.