Does Francis Ford Coppola Look Like Steve Wozniak?

There were lots of innovations to appreciate in the 70s, and David Bowie-Ziggy Stardust aside, chief among them were mobster films and the launch of Apple. In fact, this Friday marks the 37th anniversary of the Apple computer—the machine that grew...
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There were lots of innovations to appreciate in the 70s, and David Bowie-Ziggy Stardust aside, chief among them were mobster films and the launch of Apple. In fact, this Friday marks the 37th anniversary of the Apple computer—the machine that grew...
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There were lots of innovations to appreciate in the 70s, and David Bowie-Ziggy Stardust aside, chief among them were mobster films and the launch of Apple. In fact, this Friday marks the 37th anniversary of the Apple computer—the machine that grew into the ultimate technology empire that many of us can't function without today. But let's first talk mobsters. In 1972 acclaimed film director Francis Ford Coppola released what would come to be known as one of his greatest films, The Godfather. Aside from its humongous success at the box office, the film was praised by critics everywhere based on its gripping realism and intense drama. Coppola’s bushy-bearded brother from another mother—a.k.a. his lookalike, Steve Wozniak—found his fair share of success in the 70s, too. In 1976, Wozniak teamed up with college friend Steve Jobs to create the processing powerhouse Apple Computer. Wozniak was the brains behind the operation, creating the new-and-improved Apple II in 1977. This creation would raise Apple's stock value to $985 million by 1983. And as great as the 70s were for both of these icons, the 80s probably weren't so bad, either, with the fresh-earned millions that they had to blow. Which famous people do you think are spittin' images of each other? Let us know in the comments below.