In 1972, Giulio Andreotti became Prime Minister for the first time. At the cinema Marlon Brando wore the role of the Godfather, while Mina sang obsessively Grande grande grande. The VIPs were still called stars, but like ordinary mortals they used to spend the evenings in the clubs of the center of the capital. In that year, Gilberto Iannozzi and his wife Beatrice, in a side street of via Veneto, opened the Jackie O ‘(via Boncompagni, 11), whose sign was a clear homage to the iconic Jacqueline Kennedy, widow of JFK, who became in 1968 Mrs Onassis. The formula, which has remained unchanged over time, included a piano bar and restaurant.