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The Treasure of the Sierra Madre [screenplay]

by John Huston

Other authors: James Naremore (Editor)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0299076849, Paperback)

A search for gold in the mountains of Mexico leads three American prospectors to both treasure and loss in John Huston’s screenplay for his acclaimed and much-studied 1948 film. This volume provides the full text of the screenplay with extensive annotations, production and cast credits, a research inventory, and frame enlargements that feature Humphrey Bogart, Walter and John Huston, and Alfonso Bedoya in their movie roles. Renowned film critic and historian James Naremore contrasts the film with the original anticapitalist novel by the legendary writer B. Traven and describes director Huston’s art in the historical context of 1940s Hollywood.

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Three prospectors succomb to greed in their search for gold.

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