Say hello to Al Pacino's (search) little friend - an agreement ending his bitter court clash with former flame Beverly D'Angelo (search).

"I am happy to announce that the parties have reached an agreement with regard to the support of their two children," Pacino lawyer Sheila Riesel told Magistrate David Kirshblum at a Manhattan Family Court hearing attended by both actors yesterday.

The terms of the settlement were sealed, but both Pacino and D'Angelo said in court that they were satisfied with the deal.

The "Godfather" (search) star had been paying D'Angelo more than $50,000 a month in temporary support and expenses for their 3-year-old twins.

"I applaud your recognition that these children need to be supported by you both," Kirshblum told the pair. "It is my expectation you won't be coming to court in the near future."