Last month we noted that 110 Longfellow Avenue on Staten Island recently went on the market for $2.9 million—a price that reflects its Hollywood history. Belonging to the Norton family in real life, the home became the Corleone's on the big screen. The Godfather set up production there for a year and a half in the early '70s (giving the family a new roof in exchange). This morning on the Today show, realtor Barbara Corcoran gives a tour of the place and talks to the owner—who is also trying to sell off leftovers from the film set. (Warning: if you have somehow managed to go this long without watching the film, there are a lot of big spoilers in this clip.)