The Offer Episode 6 | Fact Or Fiction

The Offer Episode 6 is here and it’s all about fact or fiction. This episode dramatizes most of the truths. It definitely is a super interesting episode and we finally get to the making of The Godfather.


The Offer Episode 6 is here and we’re breaking down fact or fiction. The episode jammed packed with amazing details. Most of them are truths, but there are some dramatizations. This is a really great episode.

WATCH: Fact vs. Fiction with The Offer Episode 6

This is the aftermath of the Joe Colombo press conference. Charlie Bludhorn fires Al Ruddy. That is true. The details that surround it are embellished. Post the press conference Bludhorn and Gulf And Western didn’t scramble to try to sell Paramount post the Al Ruddy press conference. Gulf And Western was extremely upset.

Once they fire Ruddy, Bluhdhorn does shut down The Godfather production. This is a bit different in the show. Coppola is shooting the Christmas shopping scene, but otherwise everything else is different. Ruddy does not come to set and all that.

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Bettye does not go to Joe Colombo. The whole part with that and Colombo shutting down the production to get Ruddy back is a dramatization. I liked that they added this into the show. They’ve definitely upped the Joe Colombo involvement for the show.

The Offer Episode 6 breaks down fact vs fiction! I love that we got to them actually shooting The Godfather! Share with us yours and check out our quick review.

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