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December 01, 2008
Polamalu likes the honor-code aspect of Francis Ford Coppola's classic (left): "The difference between The Godfather and, say, Scarface is that Scarface is a thug. In The Godfather they were criminals with values." Delhomme salutes a '78 Walter Matthau film about a kid who raises a pet horse to be a thoroughbred champ, "because it's about racing in Louisiana." Delhomme, the son of a horse trainer, owns horses.
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December 01, 2008

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Polamalu likes the honor-code aspect of Francis Ford Coppola's classic (left): "The difference between The Godfather and, say, Scarface is that Scarface is a thug. In The Godfather they were criminals with values." Delhomme salutes a '78 Walter Matthau film about a kid who raises a pet horse to be a thoroughbred champ, "because it's about racing in Louisiana." Delhomme, the son of a horse trainer, owns horses.

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