Alec Baldwin Nails ‘Godfather’ Impressions of Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and James Caan

Alec Baldwin dropped by Conan, where he took a break from doing Donald Trump impressions to focus on impressions from the recent 45-year reunion for The Godfather. Baldwin easily hopped from impression to impression as he portrayed Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and James Caan.

Baldwin started with an impression of Caan, that was primarily made up of laughing. He then moved on to Pacino, speaking in non sequitur niceties. And finally he ended doing his take on De Niro, doing most of the talking with his eyes and hands.

For an encore performance, Baldwin took the audience on a journey through the evolution of Pacino’s voice. He started with an impression from the actor’s early career with the film Serpico. Then he dropped down a few octaves and did an impression of Pacino in the film Scent of a Woman. Finally, Baldwin ended with the modern Pacino, who he says sounds like an “Italian Foghorn Leghorn.”

Conan airs weeknights at 11 p.m. on TBS.

Watch: De Niro and Pacino discuss rivalry at 45th anniversary of The Godfather:


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