The Corleone font resembles the style of lettering used in the Godfather movies. The original logo from the first movie was too tightly spaced and didn't work well as a font but the Godfather logo from the third movie was better spaced and worked well even at smaller type sizes.
The first Corleone font has an upper case with an extended top line while the second font Corleone Due has normal upper case letters.
There are three ligatures or custom letter combinations in the fonts, the custom letters (th) are located on the less than key and can be acsessed by holding down the shift key and pressing the comma key. Another custom letter (tt) is located on the greater than key and can be accessed by holding down the shift key and pressing the period key. And a third custom ligature (Th) is located on the vertical bar key and can acsessed by holding down the shift key and pressing the back slash key. And last there is the hand holding the puppet strings symbol located on the at key (@) and can be accessed by holding down the shift key and pressing the number two key.
Corleone font contains 217 defined characters and 211 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (77), Latin Extended-A (22), Spacing Modifier Letters (8), General Punctuation (10), Currency Symbols (1), Number Forms (4), Mathematical Operators (1).
- Font Name:Corleone Due
- Version:12/07/01 Take the font leave the cannoli
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