Lawyer B. J. Harrison tells Archbishop Gilday, "I have a tendency to worry... and naturally I worry."
Gilday: ”Stop worrying.” (0:21)
Vincent Corleone asks a foiled assassin, "What, are you f****** crazy?" (0:34)
A woman tells Vincent Corleone, "Get rid of Joey Zasa, he sells drugs."
Vincent: ”Don't worry about it.” (0:53)
Boss Michael Corleone asks boss Joey Zasa, "And you guarantee that they don't deal drugs in those neighborhoods?" (1:00)
Harrison tells Gilday, referring to Michael, "He's in a coma." (1:08)
Vincent tells Michael's daughter Mary, "Don't worry." (1:14)
Another Mafia Don tells Michael, "The corleones left drugs, so New York is weak, and Palermo is strong." (1:27)
Mary tells Michael, "My mom was telling me about the old days, when your biggest worry was just passing exams." (1:31)
Michael tells Cardinal Lamberto, "When I'm under stress sometimes this happens." (1:40)
Michael injects himself with insulin. (1:46)
By his open casket, Michael says goodbye to his friend Don Tommasino. (2:06)
Grief overcomes the Corleones after an assassin kills Mary. (2:39)