The character's name is a composite of real Las Vegas mobsters Moe Dalitz, or possibly Moe Sedway, and Gus Greenbaum.However, both Greene's character and personality are actually based on Bugsy Siegel: his affiliation with the mob in Los Angeles, his involvement in the development of Las Vegas, and his flamboyant tendencies." In the novel, Greene is murdered shortly afterward by Al Neri.In the end of the film, Michael has Greene killed as part of his mass slaughter of the Corleone family's enemies.Greene's death also plays a part in the second film in the series.Greene was a childhood friend to Michael's business partner and rival Hyman Roth, and it is implied that Roth's anger over Greene's murder is one motivation for his plan to destroy Michael.Greene is introduced in The Godfather as a renowned Jewish mobster and former executioner for Murder, Inc.He is credited with the development of gambling and entertainment in Las Vegas and bringing the interests of the most powerful organized crime organizations in America to Nevada.
Greene's character and death scene has been described as "iconic".You could consider this the Dear Abby for fathers with daughters. If you're lucky to get in a 'how are you,' and maybe a firm handshake (breaking fingers if possible, cracking knuckles at minimum), that's about all the time your daughter might allow you to interact with her male friend. But it was difficult to read through the list of questions more than once. There is only one response, and that would be, 'sir, I worship the ground your daughter walks on. ' Now what father in his right mind would ask a boy with raging hormones who's dating his daughter about Plumbing? I might show him my staple gun and demonstrate on him how it works if his pants are hanging low enough that I can see the design on his boxer shorts. Okay, one more and then I'll give you my pointers for interaction with your daughter's boyfriend. Listen, when you're interacting with your daughter's boyfriend, the first and most important goal is to instill fear in the young man. Nearly half a century of lived life is tough to reverse.I'm not the perfect father, and I'm not a child psychologist. I'd like to think that I will consider opinions that don't necessarily jive with mine. If you're a blathering idiot, then all bets are off. Especially when it comes to my theory on my daughters and boyfriends. Any John Wayne western, any Clint Eastwood "Dirty Harry" show, the Godfather trilogy or Hoosiers.Consider this to be a spot where Dads with daughters can come to share advice, experiences, and humor about the relationships between us and our daughters. My Google alert popped up a blog article last night titled "43 Questions for Fathers to Ask Their Daughters Boyfriend." First of all, any Dad who thinks his daughter will permit him to interrogate her boyfriend for 43 questions worth, is completely detached from reality. If he's never heard of or watched any of those movies, he's most likely a sissy boy and we wouldn't want him around our daughter to begin with.I wonder if it has anything to do with the family dinner we had with Uncle Vito and the boys? We took my daughter's boyfriend, now ex-boyfriend of course, with us one time up to the cabin, but the doctors couldn't fix the injuries from his hunting accident.