Same story, yet set in the 80's.
the Indian refers to Humprey Bogard while searching for gold
Movie poster shown.
Quoted by Micky
Perry mentions this movie and dreams of searching for gold in Mexico, to which Dick says that it won't end well, "just like in the movie."
"We don't want your stinkin' watches!"
Meticulous similarity of interaction between hero and business-minded kid in early scene
the peasant spots the brand on the burro
episode title is taken from the 1948 movie
Mentioned in dialogue.
character referenced in title
The scene with Mexicans standing in line handing out badges is, of course, a homage to Alfonso Badoya's character in "Treasure of Sierra Madre" where he replies to Bogart, "We ain't got no stinking badges"
"I don't want your stinkin' badges!"
The character Fred C. Dobbs is quoted.
In his review of "The Man Who Would Be King" (1976), Roger Ebert lists other John Huston movies, including this one.
Purdey and Gambit debate over which Huston directed the film, Walter or John.
Jim refers to the movie when Angel gets excited about becoming rich after they dig up the gold buried under Jim's trailer.
the mexican 'stinking badges' line is paraphrased
referenced in the money scene
Martin Landau's character is named after the Humphrey Bogart character in this film.
The title is mentioned.
Mentioned in Dialogue.
One of the Men in Black tells the bartender, "We don't have to show you any badges."
In "Gotcha!", the character Manolo says "Don't show me your badges, we don't know nothing about no stinking badges". This is a reference to "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" where one of the Mexicans says "Badges? We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges. I don't have to show you any stinking badges".
Murdock quotes the famous 'badges' line
Starscream spoofs the "Stinking Badges" scene
Courtney Thorne-Smith says that 'Fred C. Dobbs' --- Bogart's character in 'The Treasure of the Sierra Madre' --- is the hotel manager
Outlaw Skuzz says 'Badges? We don't need no stinkin' badges!'
Quoted by Robin Williams
JADA's one-armed barber fulfills a personal dream by perfectly reproducing the haircut of Fred C Dobbs (played by Humphrey Bogart in THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE) on the hapless schoolboy.
Servo: "We don't need no stinking breaks!"
Servo: "We don't need no stinking tickets!"
At one point, someone asks Bean to see his badge. He says he's waited a long time to say the line "Badges, I don't need no stinkin' badges." from the film.
Mentioned by Joan.
Joel: "I don't need no stinking badge!"
Diego says, "You have no stinking badges!"
A poster for this movie can be seen in one scene.
"Partners? I don't need no stinkin' partners!"
Arklon says: Badges, I don't need badges
Tom: "He doesn't need no stinking badge!"
Quoted by Robin Williams
Ricky says, "We don't need no stinkin' cars!"
Joel: "It's 'The Treasure of the Sewer Madre.'"
Crow: "This is just like 'Treasure of the Sierra Madre,' only it's not good."
Both based on the finding of treasure and the effect it has on people.
Danny Trejo's character, Shotgun, quotes a line similar to the one used in the film. "Badges? We don't need no stinking badges!"
"We Don't Need No Stinkin' Badges!' reference.
Amp refers to a locker full of stolen items as the Treasure of the Sidney Madre
When Matty laughs at the fools gold. "Remember Treasure of the Sierra Madre?"
Mrs. Zimm says the line "Badges? We don't need no stinkin badges."
"I don't see no stinkin' vampire"
A character quotes the "badges" line from this movie.
A joke includes the punchline, "Badgers? We don't need no stinking badgers!"
subtitle on clip
Fuji says 'We don't need no stinking pizza'
"Let me see your stinkin' badges"
"We don't need no stinking' brushes."
Stinky Pete is modeled after Walter Huston's character in this movie
Brought up in a conversation.
A man dressed like an "old-timey prospector" gets up and dances, yelling "Gold!" like Walter Huston does in this film.
Mentioned by Chandler.
Steve Stevens: '' I don't need no stinking toothpick!'' This is a paraphrase from one of the most quoted bits of movie dialogue in history. It comes from the Humphrey Bogart film The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948).
John says: "Codes? We didn't need no stinking codes."
When Cookie gets excited, he dances like Howard.
Lorelai questioning Luke on what movies he's seen
Trailer used, film discussed
"Doctors? We don't need no stinkin' doctors"
"We don't need no stinkin' C.I."
Video case is shown in Scotty's apartment.
Briscoe references the "we don't need no stinkin' badges!" line.
Argall (Yorick van Wageningen) paraphrases a rant spoken by Fred Dobbs (Humphrey Bogart) in THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE (1948). Argall's line: "Conscience is a nuisance. A fly; a barking dog. If you believe you don't have one then what trouble can it be to you?" Dobbs' line: "Conscience. What a thing. If you believe you got a conscience it'll pester you to death! But if you don't believe you got one, what could it do to ya?"
Booth: You know Treasure of the Sierra Madre but you don't know Charlize Theron.
In the cave, when they are sleeping, Cartman behaves just like Humphrey Bogart's delusional and greedy character in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
"you don't need no stinkin' suit"
Briefly mentioned early in the interview.
correct response in "AFI's Top 100 Movie Quotes" category
(said with Spanish accent) "I don't need your stinkin' forgiveness."
referenced in clue in "Pick the Oscar Winner" category
Tony tells the drive-in manager "You need to have a Bogart night, man. Start with "Treasure of the Sierra Madre"; I love Walter Huston, man"
Colby talks about Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
One of the opening shots of Plainview digging for silver identically recreates a shot of Dobbs (Bogart) mining for gold.
"We ain't closing for no stinkin blackout"
"Cages, we got no stinkin' cages" was derived from the famous "No stinkin' badges" quote.
During Indy's walk through the Peruvian marketplace, extras can be seen on the right dressed as the Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston, and Tim Holt characters.
Referenced by name
Ben says they don't need no stinkin' badges.
Misquoted by Michael
"We don't need no stinkin' school."
General concept, and main character Glen's wardrobe resembles Humphrey Bogart's character, Dobbs.
Sam says, "I don't need no plastic bracelet."
Mention by DiNozzo.
"Manual? We don't need no stinkin' manual."
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "Bogey Men"
Berta does an imitation of the "badges" line.
Richard tells Kate that carrying all the stuff in her hands makes her look like the mule from the movie.
"Badges? We do need some stinkin' badges."
"I do not need that stinking badge"
(Mis)quoted by character
Lenny says, "I don't need no stinkin' ballet teacher!"
The neo-Nazis ask to see Hank and Gomez's badges.
At gunpoint Frank says "Badges? We don't need no stinking badges", which is a reference to the well-known phrase from this movie.
"We don't need no stinkin' movers."
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Black Sea (2014)
Mentioned by Jude Law
Bogart in a scene with Tim Holt and Walter Huston
Bogart panhadles John and Walter does is gold jig.
Clips with Tim Holt and others
This film is #30 on the list.
This film is #67 on the list.
A clip is shown
The quote "Badges? We ain't got no badges! We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinking badges!" is #36 on the list.
This film is #38 on the list.
Matthew Broderick's #1 Favorite Film.
Michael Caine's pick for his #3 favorite film
clips shown to compare Fred Dobbs' gold-lust with Marsh and Cope's lust for fossil discovery
The "fellow American down on his luck" is based on the character of Fred Dobbs, played by Humphrey Bogart.
The title 'the treasure of c errol madre' is a spoof of the title 'the tressure of sierra madre'
This episode spoofs the famous Bogart film about treasure and suspicion..
"Sticks? I don't need no stinking sticks"
The line "Badges? We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges. I don't have to show you any stinking badges" is spoofed.
In the scene with the animal house, the show's host, Raul Hernandez, who is receiving a shipment of badgers says "Badgers? We don't need no stinking badgers!" This is in reference to "The Treasure of Sierra Madre (1948) and the line "Badges? We don't need no stinking badges!"
Like the movie, the episode is about three males who go in on a venture (in this case a valuable comic book), and begin to turn on each other when they achieve their goal.
The prospector character is based on Walter Huston's character in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre".
Harry spoofs the famous badges line saying he doesn't need no stinking bagels.
Uses a play on the line, "We don't need no stinking badges."
Cartman acts like Bogart's character when he discovers treasure, Cartman talks to sleeping Kyle and he wakes up and wonders what Cartman is doing
Prison guard exclaims, "We don't need no stinking badger!"
a Spanish penguin says he is looking for the treasure of Sierra Madre and he "don't need no stinkin' women."