Don’t cross me or you’ll wake up in your bed in a huge puddle of blood and a horses head that was chopped off. The term mafia, originally indicating (not meaning) a group of people respected for being charismatic members of that brotherhood, slightly but inesorably turned into a synonym for organized crime. We all remember that classic scene from The Godfather where the movie producer Jack Woltz wakes up with a horse’s head in his bed. You’ll recall that he’d been holding out on casting the Godfather’s favored actor in a plum role, and – basically – thought these Mafioso guys were only playing around. I hope that shit isnt just RANDOM AS FUCK cause if you put a horses head in my bed randomly.
You horse didn’t win the Kentucky derby (he would have come in by a head, but ) You’re name’s Ichabod Crane (seriously, who would name their daughter Ichabod?) You’re town is too small for a real crime syndicate (we couldn’t afford any fishes for you to sleep with). What’s worse than waking up with a horse’s head in your bed? Who put the horse’s head in the bed in The Godfather? Jack Woltz is a fictional character from the Mario Puzo novel The Godfather and the 1972 film adaptation. The following morning, Woltz awakens to find the head of his prized thoroughbred horse, Khartoum, in his bed and screams in horror. He phones the Corleones and furiously threatens retaliation, but, realizing the risk, eventually relents and casts Fontane in his movie.
Khartoum was eventually killed and decapitated and then put in Woltz’s bed by Luca Brasi to convince Woltz to grant Johnny Fontane the lead in the new war movie he was shooting. Rocco Lampone are tasked with delivering the horse head to Woltz’s bed. Wrong! When Hollywood producer Jack Woltz refuses to cast Johnny Fontane in his new war film, Don Corleone sends Tom Hagen suggest he reconsider. Mobsters have dumped the severed head of a pig on the doorstep of a brave crime fighting priest, it emerged yesterday.
It could be said of so many movie moments, but describing the horse-head scene as one of the most iconic in American film history is no exaggeration. Give that wise guy a gift he won’t refuse with this dead horse head pillow. In early times it was customary to use horses’ heads as talismans, by means of which also the ancient heathen nations practiced various magical arts. In Mecklenburg one remedy for the delirium of fever consists in placing a horse’s skull under the bed; and in some parts of Prussia certain spinal affections of children are treated by bathing the patient in rainwater in which a horse’s head has been dipped thrice daily for three successive Thursdays. Lyrics to ‘Horse’s Head’ by Echo & The Bunnymen. A single rose / The curtains close / A stranger’s clothes / Were all I found / The great unknown / The. Meaning; Special Memory; Misheard Lyric. 0/1. Lying in bed with a fever, she decides to try lucid dreaming. Right from the get-go, Horsehead hits the viewer with the surreal imagery of Jessica’s dreams.