Did you know The Godfather production set up shop at the Norton family's home on Staten Island for a whole year and a half? In the early '70s, 110 Longfellow Avenue became the site of the Corleone mansion—and Mrs. Norton filmed about 8 hours of behind the scene footage (check out the interview with her son below), which will hopefully end up on DVD one day.

Well, now the home is for sale—the Nortons are leaving after 50 years! The NY Post reports that it's going for $2.9 million, or you can just make them an offer they can't refuse. (Sorry.) Here's the listing.