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Consistently named one of the best movies of all time, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre follows a trio of men searching for gold in the mountains of the Sierra Madre. The film tracks not only their quest for riches but their attempts not to succumb to greed and to remain the men they were prior to seeking their fortunes. The movie won three Academy Awards including Best Director for John Huston and Best Supporting Actor for his father, Walter Huston.This list includes all the best The Treasure of the Sierra Madre lines and moments, just as they appeared in the actual movie script. Whether they are funny quotes, sad quotes, quotes about love or death, all the most famous The Treasure of the Sierra Madre quotes are here.
That Mountain Is Like A WomanVideo: YouTubeHoward: We've wounded this mountain. It's our duty to close her wounds. It's the least we can do to show our gratitude for all the wealth she's given us. If you guys don't want to help me, I'll do it alone.
Bob Curtin: You talk about that mountain like it was a real woman.
Fred C. Dobbs: She's been a lot better to me than any woman I ever knew. Keep your shirt on, old-timer. Sure, I'll help ya.80Should this be higher or lower?
How About Some BeansPhoto: flickr / CC0Howard: Hey you fellas, how 'bout some beans? You want some beans? Goin' through some mighty rough country tomorrow, you'd better have some beans.92Should this be higher or lower?
Some Town to Be Broke InPhoto: Metaweb / GNU Free Documentation LicenseFred C. Dobbs: You know, if I was a native, I'd get me a can of shoe polish and I'd be in business. They'd never let a gringo. You can sit on a bench 'til you're three-quarters starved... you can beg from another gringo... you can even commit burglary. You try shinin' shoes in the street, peddlin' lemonade out of a bucket, and your hash is settled. You'll never get another job from an American.
Bob Curtin: Yeah, and the natives would hound and pester you to death.
Fred C. Dobbs: Some town to be broke in.
Bob Curtain: What town isn't?50Should this be higher or lower?
Remember About the MaPhoto: Metaweb / CC-BYBob Curtin: Remember what you said back in Tampico about having to carry that old man on our backs?
Fred C. Dobbs: That was when I took him for an ordinary human being, not part goat.62Should this be higher or lower?