Jurors sitting on Roger Stone’s trial next month won’t get to see a clip from “The Godfather: Part II,” after a judge ruled Monday that federal prosecutors can’t air the footage.

Judge Amy Berman Jackson said in an order that she won’t allow the clip to be admitted as evidence “because the prejudicial effect of the videotape, which includes a number of extraneous matters, outweighs its probative value.” The order does allow for a transcript of the scene to be admitted instead.

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