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20 pieces of wisdom from The Godfather trilogy

Now, not that we've even seen it multiple times or anything, but 1998 Meg Ryan/Tom Hanks rom-com You've Got Mail makes at least one extremely valid point: The Godfather is the sum of all wisdom.

As well as providing an epic crime saga that's gripped us time and time again, Francis Ford Coppola's iconic look at the Corleone family has also provided a seemingly endless fountain of quotable advice.

We've assembled 20 of the best below for you to ponder over. In an accent. Obviously.

(Images: All Star, YouTube)

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