Alfonso Bedoya

Highest Rated: 100% The Big Country (1958)
Lowest Rated: 67% Border Incident (1949)
Birthday: Apr 16, 1904
Birthplace: Not Available
Beaming, heavily mustached Mexican actor Alfonso Bedoya was sent by his family to a private school in Texas, but he grew bored with the routine and dropped out. Forcibly brought back to Mexico by his older brother, Bedoya became an actor on his home turf, During the war years, he was seen in choice character roles both mirthful and menacing in a reputed 175 Mexican films. Alfonso Bedoya's unforgettable American film debut was in 1948's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre; as vicious bandit leader Gold Hat, Bedoya entered the standard repertoire of impressionists everywhere by spewing the immortal line "Idon't have to show you any steenkin' badges!!!"

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Los de Abajo Actor 1978
100% The Big Country Ramon 1958
No Score Yet Ten Wanted Men Hermando 1955
No Score Yet Border River Capt. Vargas 1954
No Score Yet The Stranger Wore a Gun Degas 1953
No Score Yet Stronghold Actor 1952
No Score Yet Man in the Saddle Cultus Charley 1951
No Score Yet The Black Rose Lu Chung 1950
No Score Yet Fortunes of Captain Blood Prison Overseer 1950
67% Border Incident Cuchillo 1949
No Score Yet Streets of Laredo Charley Calico 1949
100% The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Gold Hat 1948
No Score Yet John Steinbeck's the Pearl Actor 1948
100% The Pearl (La perla) Godfather of Kino and Juana's Baby 1947
No Score Yet Wild Flower (Flor silvestre) Actor 1945
No Score Yet Hasta Que Perdio Jalisco Actor 1945
No Score Yet Doña Barbara Actor 1944
No Score Yet Cuando Habla El Corazon Actor 1942
No Score Yet La China Hilaria Actor 1939