Tropicana Las Vegas

Tropicana Las Vegas

The Trop has been background scenery in Diamonds Are Forever, plus the 1970s TV series Vegas was filmed here,  but it is best known to those who love The Godfather movies. The Las Vegas sequence of The Godfather was filmed here, as the site of Michael Corleone’s Vegas casino business; and it is referred to briefly in The Godfather Part II—but its name changed to “Tropigala” during filming to avoid copyright issues.

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