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What Do ‘The Merchant of Venice’ and ‘The Godfather’ Have in Common? (Other Than Al Pacino)

Al Pacino's new production of "The Merchant of Venice," now headed to Broadway, has something in common with his 1972 classic movie "The Godfather": a baptism scene.
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