Since the video game characters listed on the main category page are already divided into sub-categories, I was thinking that maybe you could help remove them from the main category's page. You can find them here:
The new page "Tramonti brother" what is this a reference to? I'd be interested to know if the source refers to multiple brothers, otherwise we would place the information in the Agostino Tramonti page.
I actually think you were right about Apollonia's village not being Corleone. The novel states that Michael goes to "Appolonia's village" and not Corleone. Also, on the Blu-rar supplements disc it is stated that Tommasino's villa is in Bagheria.
You don't necessarily need to correct anything as it could be right, or it could be wrong. The novel is vague about it so I think either interpretation can be right. However, the novel specifies that Michael first goes to Corleone, and than later on he goes to the 'village' of Apollonia. The novel also never specifies whether Michael actually stays in Corleone. It only states that Michael visits Corleone during his walks in the countryside, suggesting that Dr. Taza's/Tommasino's villa is at least outside Corleone.
Yeah now I think about it. I think I'm going crazy with Corleone, Bagheria, Province of Palermo! xD So when in the novel Vitelli asks Michael if his parents come from his town and he answer yes he could told a lie. Do you like the images that I added? Characters are more recognizable, don't you think? ;)
In the part III, when Mosca arrives at the opera, behind him there is the Cavalleria poster with the date "14 APRILE" and about Gilday, the Palermo-Rome train where Neri travelled arrived doubtless in the following day, so april 15.
First of all I want to say that I very much appreciate your efforts on this wiki and I like your excitement about this subject. However, please do not change names without consulting first and also it's better not take to take the Italian Godfather novel as a primary source. Bear in mind that Puzo was an American who wrote The Godfather in English. He did not translate it to Italian himself.