The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

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Set in Mexico during the revolution, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE is a story of danger and adventure, mystery and intrigue. It is the tale of three Americans and their search for gold in the rugged Sierra Madres.

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B. Traven (German V.

Traven) Died March 26, 1969, Mexico City The pseudonym of a German (?) Writer, the alleged name of which is Traven Torsvan Croves (Traven Torsvan Croves), dr. May 3, 1890 or Albert Hermann Otto Maximilian Feige (Hermann Albert Otto Maximilian Feige), dr. February 23, 1882? “A reclusive writer, what else to look for, Traven, both in literature and in life, used an insane amount of fake names in order to hide the present: Traven, Torsvan, Arnolde, Treves Torsvan, Barker, Traven Torsvan Torsvan, Berik Traven, Traven Torsvan Croves, B.

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Torsvan, Ret Marut, Rex Marut, Robert Marut, Traven Robert Marut, Fred Marut, Fred Maret, Red Marut, Richard Maurhut, Albert Otto Max Wieneke, Adolph Rudolf Feige Kraus, Martinez, Fred Gauder, Otto Wieneke, Goetz, Leinger Oli, Anton Riedershdeit, Robert Beck-Gran, Arthur Terlen, Wilhelm Scheider, Heinrich Otto Baker and Otto Torsvan.He had fewer nationalities than names, but even here he was not particularly shy: he introduced himself as an Englishman, Nicaraguan, Croat, Mexican, German, Austrian, American, Lithuanian and Swede.

" From Bartleby and Company Vila-Matas Henrique. The most famous aliases are Ret Marut, Hal Croves, Traven Torsvan, Bruno Traven, Arnold, Barker, Feige, Kraus, Lainger, Wienecke and Ziegelbrenner.  Wikipedia , official site , B. Traven , IMDb .

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B. Traven (German V. Traven) Died March 26, 1969, Mexico City The pseudonym of a German (?) Writer, the alleged name of which is Traven Torsvan Croves (Traven Torsvan Croves), dr. May 3, 1890 or Albert Hermann Otto Maximilian Feige (Hermann Albert Otto Maximilian Feige), dr. February 23, 1882? “A reclusive writer, what else to look for, Traven, both in literature and in life, used an insane amount of fake names in order to hide the present: Traven, Torsvan, Arnolde, Treves Torsvan, Barker, Traven Torsvan Torsvan, Berik Traven, Traven Torsvan Croves, B. T. Torsvan, Ret Marut, Rex Marut, Robert Marut, Traven Robert Marut, Fred Marut, Fred Maret, Red Marut, Richard Maurhut, Albert Otto Max Wieneke, Adolph Rudolf Feige Kraus, Martinez, Fred Gauder, Otto Wieneke, Goetz, Leinger Oli, Anton Riedershdeit, Robert Beck-Gran, Arthur Terlen, Wilhelm Scheider, Heinrich Otto Baker and Otto Torsvan.He had fewer nationalities than names, but even here he was not particularly shy: he introduced himself as an Englishman, Nicaraguan, Croat, Mexican, German, Austrian, American, Lithuanian and Swede. " From Bartleby and Company Vila-Matas Henrique. The most famous aliases are Ret Marut, Hal Croves, Traven Torsvan, Bruno Traven, Arnold, Barker, Feige, Kraus, Lainger, Wienecke and Ziegelbrenner.  Wikipedia , official site , B. Traven , IMDb .