Actor. Film Deaths Edit. Rudolph Bond October 1, 1912 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Bond was introduced to the world of acting at the age of 16. Rudy Bond in 'The Godfather' Rudy Bond (1912 - 1982) . The Godfather Cuneo (1972) ... Rudy took a job as a taxi driver. The story starts with Vito (Marlon Brando) as a young boy, who flees his hometown Corleone after seeing his mother gunned down by the local gangsters.
He was educated in Philadelphia schools, and eventually received a BA degree from Central High, the only school in the nation certificated to grant such degrees.. American character actor Rudy Bond was brought to Hollywood in 1951 to recreated his stage role of Steve in the film version of A Streetcar Named Desire (1951). Early life. Review by Ernest Fitzgerald Jr. (posted on 25-Mar-2005) The best film I have ever seen is easily The Godfather, which beautifully tells the life of Italian gangmaster Vito Corleone, from boy to man.. Died. Personal Details Born. Rudy Bond (1912–1982) Actor Rudolph Bond was raised in Philadelphia. Star Sign. Marlon Brando wanted to make Don Corleone "look like a bulldog", so he stuffed his cheeks with cotton wool for the audition.For the actual filming, he wore a mouthpiece made by a dentist.
REVIEWS. Bond was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the second youngest of five children.He was raised in urban Philadelphia by his mother. Biography: American character actor Rudy Bond was brought to Hollywood in 1951 to recreated his stage role of Steve in the film version of [[Feature~V47311~A Streetcar Named Desire~astreetcarnameddesire]] (1951). According to Francis Ford Coppola, the film took sixty-two days to shoot. (Thanks to Brian) Trivia Edit Whenever oranges appear in the film, they foreshadow death or a near death involving the Corleone family. Known as one of the few Dons whose criminal activities had never been suspected by the police, Don Cuneo ran a fleet of milk trucks from The Bronx as a front for his illegal activities. ... (1957), Bond had the non-angry part of the Judge in the film's opening sequence; in The Godfather (1972), the actor appeared as Cuneo. Libra. This earned him the nickname'The Milkman'. He was the second most senior Don on the Commission, after Vincent Forlenza of Cleveland. Carmine Cuneo was the head of the Cuneo family. The Mountain Road (1960) [Sgt Miller]: Killed offscreen by Chinese bandits who hijack his truck and shoot him and Eddie Firestone.Their bodies are found dumped down the mountainside. Nightfall (1957) [Red]: Run over by a snow blower at the end of the fight with Aldo Ray.