Queicon There are two conflicting canon sources for this article, from The Godfather Returns and The Family Corleone.

Martin Hagen was the father of Tom Hagen and husband of Bridget Hagen.[1]


Martin[1] moved to New York in search of a career, and he became a successful carpenter. He later married Bridget, and they had a son, Tom, and a daughter. He was described as a man who had "never done a dishonest thing in his life".

Despite his happy family life, Martin was also a violent alcoholic, who suffered from periods of depression. After his wife became ill and died from venereal disease, Martin's drinking became worse, and he deserted his family, leaving Tom and his sister out on the streets. Later he was murdered by Peter Clemenza.

References and notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Tom Hagen's father was called Martin Hagen in The Godfather Returns and The Godfather's Revenge by Mark Winegardner. He was called Henry Hagen in The Family Corleone.
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