The Godfather: Part II (1974)
Robert Duvall: Tom Hagen
Tom Hagen : When a plot against the Emperor failed... the plotters were always given a chance... to let their families keep their fortunes. Right?
Frank Pentangeli : Yeah, but only the rich guys, Tom. The little guys got knocked off and all their estates went to the Emperors. Unless they went home and killed themselves, then nothing happened. And the families... the families were taken care of.
Tom Hagen : That was a good break. A nice deal.
Frank Pentangeli : Yeah... They went home... and sat in a hot bath... opened up their veins... and bled to death... and sometimes they had a little party before they did it.
Tom Hagen : Why do you hurt me, Michael? I've always been loyal to you.
Al Neri : Our friend and associate Hyman Roth is in the news. The High Court of Israel turned down his request to live there as a returning Jew. He landed in Buenos Aires last night offering a "gift" of a million dollars if they'd let him stay. They said no. His passport's been invalidated, except for his return trip to the States.
Tom Hagen : He'll try Panama next.
Michael Corleone : Panama won't take him. Not for a million, not for ten million.
[flashback - Don Vito Corleone's birthday in 1941]
Fredo Corleone , Tom Hagen , Santino , Connie , Salvatore "Sally" Tessio , Theresa Hagen , Carlo Rizzi : For he's a jolly good fellow/For he's a jolly good fellow/For he's a jolly good fellow/ Which nobody can deny...