The Treasure of the Sierra Madre   5/02/24
Although the film itself would miss out on a Best Picture win despite being nominated, it won for Best Director (John Huston) and Best Screenplay (John Huston) - which are wins people usually say indicate that it should have won Best Picture (that went to Laurence Olivier's Hamlet.)

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre   1/17/18
by mark f
Traven's novel, goes through all kinds of complications - being an out of work American in Mexico, getting ripped off by another American, learning about gold from an knowledgeable old-timer, wanting to throw water in Bobby Blake's "ugly mug", worrying about your goods and having to take "look sees"...

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre   9/22/15
by Iroquois
Though I naturally need to revisit a few of the other contenders to make sure, I would probably still cite The Treasure of the Sierra Madre as my favourite Bogart film, my favourite Huston film, and basically a second-tier favourite.

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre   2/03/14
by Cobpyth
Because of the great performances (especially from Bogart) and because of the realistic environments, this film truly transports its viewers to the Sierra Madre Mountains and makes them part of the characters' quest for gold.

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre   3/09/09
by meatwadsprite
Sierra Madre serves as a very entertaining story of gold mining , but it's final act is the worst part.

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