Description"Treasure of the Sierra Madre" Holster. Ranked at #30 on the American Film Institute's list of the 100 all-time greatest American films, "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" is a masterpiece that was, ironically, a box-office failure when released in 1948. At that time, audiences didn't accept Humphrey Bogart in a role that was intentionally unappealing, but time has proven this to be one of Bogart's very best performances. A grand adventure and a superior character study built around the themes of greed and moral corruption, it was adapted by writer-director John Huston, who also cast his father Walter in the role of a crusty old miner, and both father and son won Oscars for their respective duties on the film. This leather holster was worn by an unidentified actor in the movie and is in very good condition with only a moderate amount of wear and no staining.
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