John Hustons 1948 film classic The Treasure of the Sierra Madre demonstrates a clever grasp of economic principles. Watching it closely uncovers lessons about entrepreneurship, the importance of property rights, the creation of value, and many other topicsbut, alas, no stinkin badges.
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