2 edition of El tesoro de la Sierra Madre. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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Curtin, while on a resupply trip to Durango, is spotted making purchases by a Texan named Cody. Many film-history sources credit Sheridan for a part. In an opening cameo, director John Huston is pestered for money by Bogart's character, directed by Bogart. Actor also appears as a young boy selling lottery tickets.
When the boy recovers, the next day, the villagers insist that Howard return with them to be honored. Bogart only knew two Spanish words, "Dos Equis", a Mexican beer. He boldly proposes to join their outfit and share in any future takings. El tesoro de la Sierra Madre• However, the ability of the film to comment on human nature generally has been questioned, in view of the fact that the Dobbs character is so evidently flawed from the beginning.
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Prior to filming, Bogart encountered a critic while leaving a New York nightclub.
Howard is called away to assist local villagers with a seriously ill little boy. [ ] On seeing the depth of Walter Huston's performance, Humphrey Bogart famously said, "One Huston is bad enough, but two are murder".
After several days of arduous travel, Howard spots gold that the others had passed by.
At first shaken by the loss, first Howard, then Curtin, grasp the immense of their circumstances, and they burst into laughter.
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