Before anybody jumps on me, I have done a search, and my question still remains unanswered: When they show "The Godfather" & "The Godfather II" on television and it fills the 4:3 frame, is it Pan & Scan or Full Frame, or what? I'm going to try not to misuse terms here. Was the Godfather shot open-matte, ie: a 4:3 frame that they matted to get the 1.85:1 theatrical aspect ratio? Or is there something else involved? This question popped into my head as I was watching "The Godfather Saga" on A&E the other weekend. I thought to myself "how different will this look in OAR?" It occurred to me that there didn't seem to be too many instances with a character talking to somebody out of frame, or too many conversations where the frame cut from one person to another, so I thought that rather than a Pan & Scan job, this may have been filmed open-matte. Can anybody verify the filming process, and if I'm using these terms right? Thanks. By the way, IMO, all the extra added scenes for the Saga were unnecessary and detrimental to the film(s). Give me the theatrical cut, or give me nothing at all.