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Godfather, Part II, The - Concrete Columns
In the scene where a young Vito Corleone is being taken by his mother to try to have his life spared by the men who killed his father, as they approach the outer walls of the compound, there are short concrete pillars on either side of the entrance, the type in parking lots and other areas to prevent cars from running into things. If my memory serves me correctly, that wouldn't be a big problem that early in the century.
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nickel303 on 05-09-2001
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RonJLow writes:
Those are called bollards. They certainly might have been desired to keep delivery wagons from certain areas. They may not have been made of concrete.
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