A scruffed-up Marlon Brando (right, as Don Vito Corleone) talks earnestly with Robert Duvall (as counselor Tom Hagen) in a scene from the 1972 drama The Godfather. Brando looks rough because this is later in the movie, after Don Corleone has been shot up by a rival gang and never quite gets his vitality back. It's that kind of movie. Robert Duvall is *terrific* in his role, just as he was terrific in so many other movies of the 1970s. That guy was on the job.