If you want to feel like Don Corleone, you could toss a few marbles in your mouth and calmly pet a cat, or your could pony up $2.89M to own the mansion from The Godfather. The 6,248-square-foot Staten Island home where parts of the film was shot is now on the market. While you only saw the outside of the home in the movie, the owners have revamped the interior to match the feel of the film. There’s an office that resembles the one the Don sat in, and touches throughout the house to make you feel like the most important member of the family. Yours if you’ve got crazy mob money.