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Treasure of Sierra Madre

John Huston won the Academy Award(R) for writing and directing this powerful saga that pits gold and greed in the wilds of Mexico and stars his father (Walter Huston) and Humphrey Bogart.

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  • "碧血金沙"
  • "Tesoro della Sierra Madre"@it
  • "Blago Sierra Madre"
  • "Bi xie jin sha"@en
  • "Trésor de la Sierra Madre"
  • "Treasure of Sierra Madre"@en
  • "Treasure of Sierra Madre"
  • "Warner Bros. Pictures presents The treasure of the Sierra Madre"@en
  • "trésor de la Sierra Madre"

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  • "John Huston won the Academy Award(R) for writing and directing this powerful saga that pits gold and greed in the wilds of Mexico and stars his father (Walter Huston) and Humphrey Bogart."@en
  • "Two down-and-out Americans in Mexico meet a grizzled old prospector who piques their interest with stories of his gold-hunting experiences. The Americans gather a stake and set off with the old prospector in search of fortune."@en
  • "Two down-and-out Americans in Mexico meet a grizzled old prospector who piques their interest with stories of his gold-hunting experiences. The Americans gather a stake and set off with the old prospector in search of fortune."
  • ""Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston and Tim Holt play a trio of Americans on the bum in 1920's Tampico. Pooling their resources, they strike off into the mountains of Mexico in search of gold. Hounded by jungle Indians, a fortune-hunting Texan (Bruce Bennett) and cold-blooded banditos (led by Alfonso 'I don't have to show you any stinkin' badges' Bedoya), they finally must confront the most dangerous adversaries of all, themselves"--Videodisc sleeve. "In 1925, in Tampico, Mexico, down-and-out Fred C. Dobbs is hired to work in an oil field, where he meets another American named Curtin. After the job is finished, Dobbs and Curtin head for a flophouse for the night. There, Howard, an old prospector, talks about men who succumbed to gold fever and lost everything, and Dobbs swears that would never happen to him. Having learned that Pat McCormick, the man who hired them, has a reputation for defaulting on the money he owes his men, Dobbs and Curtin demand that he pay them immediately. McCormick puts up a fight, but Dobbs and Curtin overpower him and take their money. They then ask Howard to help them prospect for gold. Using their pay and the money from Dobbs's winning lottery ticket, the three men head toward the Sierra Madre mountains. When their train is attacked by bandits, the Americans help fight them off, but a sudden motion of the train prevents Dobbs from killing their leader, Gold Hat. Later, in a small village, the men buy burros and supplies and head for undiscovered territory. Just as the exhausted Dobbs and Curtin decide to quit, Howard informs them that they have located a rich lode of gold. After a while, Dobbs begins to suspect the others of cheating him and suggests that they divide up the gold as they go along. Just as Howard had warned, the men become suspicious of each other. When Dobbs is caught in a cave-in, Curtin briefly considers leaving him to die, in order to get a larger share of the treasure. One day, when Curtin goes into the valley for supplies, he encounters Cody, a Texan, who questions him closely about the territory because he is sure that there is gold in the surrounding mountains. Although Curtin lies about his business, Cody follows him to the camp site and suggests that they make him a partner. Secretly, the others decide to kill Cody, but before they can take action, the camp is attacked by bandits, led by Gold Hat. Although the bandits are scared off by the appearance of federal soldiers, Cody is killed in the crossfire. The gold streak thins out and the men leave the camp. When Curtin suggests that they give a fourth of their gold to Cody's widow, Howard agrees, but Dobbs greedily refuses. Later, Howard helps revive an Indian child after he falls in the water and is forced to visit their village to allow them to repay their debt to him. Dobbs and Curtin continue on to Durango and, while in the desert, Dobbs, who has become obsessed with the gold, urges Curtin to steal Howard's share. When Curtin refuses, Dobbs accuses him of conspiring with Howard to get rid of him. Fearing for his life, Curtin tries to stay awake all night, but when he finally falls asleep, Dobbs shoots him and leaves him for dead. Curtin manages to crawl away and is found by Indians and brought to the village where Howard is being honored. When Howard learns what transpired, he and Curtin ride after Dobbs. Meanwhile, Dobbs is attacked by Gold Hat's bandits, who kill him and steal his boots and burros. They do not recognize the dust as gold-laden and, assuming that it is sand used to make the hides that cover it weigh more, dump it in the desert. In Durango, the bandits are captured when they try to sell the burros and are shot. Howard and Curtin are later taken to the place where Dobbs was murdered and, as they search for whatever remains of the gold, a storm blows the dust back toward the Sierra Madre mountains. Laughing at the irony of their situation, Howard decides to return to the Indians and spend the rest of his life as their medicine man, while Curtin plans to go to Dallas and visit Cody's widow"--AFI catalog, 1941-1950."@en
  • "Two down-and-out Americans in Mexico set off with an old prospector in search of gold."
  • "Three prospectors succumb to greed in their search for gold."
  • "Three men in search of gold in the Mexican hills find much more; a detective searches for the man who killed his partner."@en
  • "Three men in search of gold in the Mexican hills find much more; a detective searches for the man who killed his partner."
  • "Greed and suspicion surround three prospectors in their search for gold."@en
  • "Greed and suspicion surround three prospectors in their search for gold."
  • "This tale of treasure is #30 on AFI's list of 100 Greatest Films, stars AFI's #1 Male Star, and was nominated for 4 Academy Awards."@en
  • "A trio of prospectors led by Walter Huston go into the Mexican hills to make themselves rich. The film speaks about the corrosive effect of greed on men's spirits."
  • "Two hard-luck drifters and a grizzled prospector seek gold in the mountains in Mexico. They start off as friends, but after they discover the gold the greed and paranoia set in."
  • "A story of gold-prospecting greed and human nature at its worst."@en
  • "Three prospectors succomb to greed in their search for gold."@en
  • "A trio of gold prospectors come to grief through greed. John Huston has a cameo as a tourist near the beginning of the film and a young Robert Blake has a cameo as a man selling lottery tickets."
  • "The story of a trio of American fortune-hunters in the 1920's. Combining their resources, they strike off into the mountains of Mexico in search of gold. Greed and suspicion surround the three prospectors in the Sierra Madre."@en
  • "Three men in search of gold in the Mexican hills find much more."@en
  • "Three men in search of gold in the Mexican hills find much more."
  • "This film reveals the effects of greed on three penniless prospectors."
  • "Two hard-luck drifters and a grizzled prospector seek gold in the mountains in Mexico. They start off as friends, but after they discover the lode the greed and paranoia set in."@en
  • "Based on B. Traven's novel, it reveals the effects of greed and the lure of sudden wealth on three penniless prospectors, even to the point of changing a likeable man into a man capable of killing his best friend in cold blood."@en
  • "A trio of down-and-out Americans in 1920's Tampico pool their resources and strike off into the mountains of Mexico in search of gold."@en
  • "A trio of down-and-out Americans in 1920's Tampico, pool their resources and strike off into the mountains of Mexico in search of gold. Hounded by jungle Indians, a fortune-hunting Texan and cold blooded banditos, they must finally confront the most dangerous adversaries of all ... themselves."@en
  • "A trio of gold prospectors come to grief through greed."
  • "A trio of gold prospectors come to grief through greed."@en
  • "In Messico due avventurieri, Dobs e Curtin, e un vecchio sdentato, Howard, vanno alla caccia di un giacimento d'oro: trovano il filone che può renderli ricchi ma l'avidità costerà la vita a Dobbs e il caso farà dissolvere la ricchezza degli altri due. (Mereghetti)."@it
  • "John Huston won the Academy Award for writing and directing this powerful saga that pits gold and greed in the wilds of Mexico and stars his father (Walter Huston) and Humphrey Bogart."
  • "Fred C. Dobbs and Bob Curtin, both down on their luck in Tampico, Mexico in 1925, meet up with a grizzled prospector named Howard and decide to join with him in search of gold in the wilds of central Mexico. Through enormous difficulties, they eventually succeed in finding gold, but bandits, the elements, and most especially greed threaten to turn their success into disaster."@en
  • "Feature film from the USA. Western. In the 1920s, two Americans persuade an elderly prospector to lead them to gold in Mexico's Sierra Madre Mountains."
  • "Two hard-luck drifters and a grizzled prospector discover gold. Then greed and paranoia set in."@en
  • "Two hard-luck drifters and a grizzled prospector discover gold. Then greed and paranoia set in."

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  • "Treasure of Sierra Madre"
  • "Treasure of Sierra Madre"@en
  • "Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Film)"
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre Le trésor de la Sierra Madre"
  • "Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Pel·lícula cinematogràfica)"
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre ; The maltese falcon"@en
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre ; The maltese falcon"
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre (film)"
  • "Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Motion picture : 1948)"@en
  • "Treasure of the Sierra Madre"@en
  • "Treasure of the Sierra Madre"
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre"@it
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre"@en
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre"
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre"@da
  • "The treasure of the Sierra Madre = Il tesoro della Sierra Madre"@it
  • "Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Motion picture)"@en
  • "Treasure of Sierra Madre Blago Sierra Madre"
  • "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Film)"
  • "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre"
  • "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre"@en
  • "Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Motion picture): 1948"@en
  • "The treasure of Sierra Madre"@en

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