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In the novels, the world of the ghosts is detailed, with complicated relationships that affect the storyline in later books. Moaning Myrtle, the Bloody Baron and the Grey Lady all play important roles later in the novels where extra characterization would have made the films stronger (in my opinion). Peeves himself is a worthwhile sideline to the "getting ...
It's an obvious sexual innuendo, which was spoofed in the Austin Powers movies (Allotta Fachina).
Stacci and Cuneo, while not killed in the book, were aligned with the Barzini and Tattaglia familes against the Corleone family to create the heroine trade: Stracci embraced the scheme of Don Emilio Barzini to unite against the Corleone family and force them into the heroin trade. Wikipedia [The] Cuneo family, along with Stracci, Barzini and ...
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