"The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" quotes

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre poster
Two down-on-their-luck Americans searching for work in 1920s Mexico convince an old prospector to help them mine for gold in the Sierra Madre Mountains.

Director: John Huston
Writer: John Huston, B. Traven
Production: Warner Brothers
Year: 1948
MetaScore: 98/100
ImdbRating: 8.2
BoxOffice: $5,014,000
Released: 24 Jan 1948
Awards: Won 3 Oscars. 16 wins & 8 nominations total

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Fred C. Dobbs - Humphrey Bogart
Howard - Walter Huston
Curtin - Tim Holt
Pat McCormick - Barton MacLane
Gold Hat - Alfonso Bedoya
Presidente (as A. Soto Rangel) - Arturo Soto Rangel
El Jefe (as Manuel Donde) - Manuel Dondé
Mexican Boy Selling Lottery Tickets - Robert Blake
Mexican Storeowner - Guillermo Calles
Mexican Lieutenant - Roberto Cañedo
Proprietor - Spencer Chan
Flashy Girl - Jacqueline Dalya
Flophouse Bum - Ralph Dunn
Mexican Bandit - Ernesto Escoto
Customer in Bar Who Warns Curtin and Dobbs about Pat McCormick - Pat Flaherty
Railroad Conductor - Martin Garralaga
Flophouse Bum - Jack Holt
American in Tampico in White Suit - John Huston
Barber - Julian Rivero
Howard's pretty assistant - Ángela Rodríguez
Indian Guide at Pier - Jay Silverheels
Workman at Pier - Ray Spiker
Indian - Valdespino
Bartender - Harry J. Vejar
Mexican Bandit - Ignacio Villalbazo
Flophouse Bum - Clifton Young