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Deadwood: Season 3 (2006)

Timothy Olyphant , Ian Mcshane  |  NR |  DVD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (503 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Timothy Olyphant, Ian Mcshane, Molly Parker, Brad Dourif, Powers Boothe
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: HBO Studios
  • DVD Release Date: June 12, 2007
  • Run Time: 720 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (503 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000NVI2GU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,151 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Deadwood: Season 3" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 12 episodes on six discs: Tell Your God to Ready for Blood, I Am Not the Fine Man You Take Me For, True Colors, Full Faith and Credit, A Two-Headed Beast, A Rich Find, Unauthorized Cinnamon, Leviathan Smiles, Amateur Night, A Constant Throb, The Catbird Seat, Tell Him Something Pretty
  • Commentary on four episodes by creator David Milch, executive producer Gregg Fienberg, writer Mark Tinker, and cast members Robin Weigert, W. Earl Browl, Jim Beaver, and Sean Bridges
  • "Deadwood Matures": a featurette containing the third installment of a historical perspective on the era focusing on elections, mining, politics and education
  • "The Education of Swearengen and Bullock": a featurette on the dynamic relationship between Swearengen and Bullock

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The final complete season of HBO's remarkable Deadwood series is full of surprises and devastating experiences as the nascent, dangerous town prepares to join Dakota territory in 1877. As in the previous two seasons, the question of who will control the town's resources, assets, and people drives much of the drama, affecting all manner of relationships and alliances, often between the most unlikely people. The dominant storyline in Deadwood: The Complete Third Season concerns upcoming elections for mayor and sheriff of the mucky, gold-mining town. The real juice, however, is not so much between the individuals running for office as between two power brokers each trying to steer the results toward their own purposes. Saloon owner and Deadwood's puppetmaster, Al Swearengen (Ian McShane sustaining his brilliant peformance in the previous two seasons), works closely with incumbent lawman Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) on retaining the latter's seat. But Bullock himself has difficulty surrendering his penchant for taking unambiguous action and relying on few words, especially when he has to act like a politician and deal with people such as George Hearst (Gerald McRaney, playing the real-life father of William Randolph Hearst). Swearengen's rival, Hearst--a self-made industrialist who gained his fortune through mining--has every intention of overtaking Deadwood, with his eye particularly on the lucrative mine owned by Bullock's former lover, Alma (Molly Parker). (The violence Hearst employs to get to Alma's claim will stun many Deadwood fans.)

Meanwhile, Bullock's old friend, Sol Starr (John Hawkes), runs for mayor against the feckless E.B. Farnum (William Sanderson), and tries to navigate through his difficult relationship with Trixie (Paula Malcomson) as she grows enraged by former lover Swearengen's manipulation of her and everyone else. Calamity Jane (Robin Weigert) is encouraged to become a public speaker, telling of her misadventures with General George Custer, and she commences a lesbian relationship with Joanie (Kim Dickens), the saloon owner who is becoming increasingly despondent and suicidal. Bullock's relationship with his wife, Martha (Anna Gunn) continues to deepen and become more of an influence on him, Wyatt Earp comes for a visit, and a newcomer to town, Jack Langrishe (Brian Cox), an old friend of Swearengen, attempts to open a theatre. As expected, the season finale concludes with the long-awaited election, but HBO's decision to bring Deadwood to an end required creator David Milch to wrap everything up in a pair of two-hour movies. Still, The Complete Third Season is very satisfying on every level, and will always be, along with the rest of the series, a television landmark. --Tom Keogh



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Product Description

(Rolling Stone) "The Best Drama on Television" is back with the third season on DVD! Timed to coincide with Father's Day, HBO will release Deadwood: The Complete Third Season DVD on June 12, 2007. Watch as the lawless era of Deadwood comes to an end. This DVD is loaded with bonus features including two featurettes, audio commentaries and more.

DVD Features:
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122 of 132 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a third season of ridiculously great TV March 25, 2007
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"Deadwood" either is your cup of tea or isn't, and if it isn't, then you probably have no business even considering prchasing these DVDs; the third season in't gonna change your mind. If it IS your cup of tea, and you're just wondering whether or not the third season meets the high marks set by the first two seasons, allow me to answer: it does. In some cases, it even surpasses them.

The third season finds the camp in a general tizzy about the upcoming elections for mayor and sheriff, and Al Swearengen in a bit more specific tizzy about the impact the arrival of George Hearst has had on his life and livelihood. In a sense, the entire season is about the power play between these two titans, with Cy Tolliver trying to edge himself into the mix somewhere and Seth Bullock trying to figure out what his place is in the whole mess.

Amongst the other plot threads explored in this season: Jane's growing friendship with the increasingly troubled Joanie Stubbs; Alma's opening a Deadwood bank; the feud between Steve and Hostetler; the oddly touching relationship between Trixie and Sol; Elsworth's marriage to Alma, which may not prove to be the bed of roses he had hoped for; the appearance in town of the Earp brothers, and of a troupe of actors; and, of course, Seth Bullock's ever-present willingness to be grumpy with the wrong person, Farnum's weasly nature, and Merrick's desire to write about it all.

The plots don't matter much, though. The dialogue and the acting are what make this show great. "Deadwood," in its three seasons, had so many iconic moments that it makes most other shows look like film-school projects in comparison.

In addition to the regular cast standouts -- Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane, W.
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51 of 58 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The end? March 25, 2007
Format:DVD
The third, and possibly final, season of HBO's critically acclaimed Deadwood had it's share of slow moving moments to be sure, but the series as a whole lived up to the excellent precedent set by the previous two seasons of the show. As the third season opens, sheriff Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) makes a run for re-election, which gets side tracked by forging an uneasy alliance with Al Swearengen (Ian McShane) against the vendictive George Hearst (Gerald McRaney) who comes to the camp with some deadly plans for everyone involved. The lives of newly weds Alma Garret (Molly Parker) and Whitney Ellsworth (Jim Beaver), as well as Sol (John Hawkes) and Trixie (Paula Malcomson) are in jeopardy as Hearst prepares to wreak bloody havoc, which is mainly what this season of the series is focused on. Also during this season, we witness the recovery of Cy (Powers Boothe), as well as bonding between Calamity Jane (Robin Weigert) and Joanie (Kim Dickens), and the debilitating health of Doc Cochran (Brad Dourif). If you've been a fan of the show for some time, you know what to expect with Deadwood in terms of it's vulgarity and violence, so if you're new to the show, you won't really be won over by anything here. That being said, the third season of Deadwood is some truly great TV regardless, and the ensemble cast as usual is superb; with Olyphant, McShane, and McRaney being the best of the bunch. As the previous reviewer stated, if this is indeed the final season of the show with no other kind of resolution, there isn't any real cliffhanger that leaves the viewer cursing at the screen (a la Carnivale). That being said, hopefully this isn't the last hurrah for Deadwood, and there will be another chapter before these characters ride off into the sunset.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tell Your God to Ready for Blood.... January 4, 2008
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David Milch's Deadwood in its final (alas) Season 3 is even more eccentric than its predecessors as it delineates the titanic struggle between the scruffy entrepeneurs of Swearengen, Bullock, Starr and Alma Garrett with the ruthless implacability and arbitrariness of unfettered wealth and power as represented by George Hearst. The language in this Season is even more baroque, circuitous, arcane and delicious as Milch explores the strange nexus between detached Victorian propriety and the profane, muscular and gritty gutter modernity of the mining camp.

Likewise, new characters are introduced that provide side stories of no other purpose other than the fun of exploration of new characters and context, most noticeably the acting troupe of Jack Langrishe (the incomparable Brian Cox) as a sort of Greek chorus while allowing an examination of the role of Art in human community. No doubt, had the series continued, these were storylines for future exploitation. There is a nice subplot concerning Hostetler, Fields (nice to see Franklyn Ajaye again) and Drunk Steve, the appearance of the morally ambiguous and lethal Earp brothers, and the onslaught of Hearst's army of Pinkertons and their Captain Barrett. There is the continuing exploration of the harsh and bitter lot of women and the paradoxical and confused relations between the races and the dominant and minority communities, and much much more, all presented with extremely droll and idiosyncratic humor amid occasional eruptions of violence.

Frankly, I could write paragraphs on individual subtext stories and performances but I would be preaching to the choir or waxing eloquent to deaf ears.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Excellent story and acting.
Published 55 minutes ago by Laura west
5.0 out of 5 stars It's the best where's the movies
It's the best where's the movies???
Published 55 minutes ago by doug miller
2.0 out of 5 stars Good story and great characters, but just couldn't stomach it anymore.
Same as Seasons 1 and 2 - way too much profanity and gratuitous violence. Finally had a full brain of the overkill on both and gave up mid season. Read more
Published 1 hour ago by Mountain Momma
5.0 out of 5 stars ... wants to know what the "Wild West" was really like needs to
Anyone who wants to know what the "Wild West" was really like needs to watch all three seasons, The language is offensive, but helps promote the reality. Read more
Published 3 hours ago by Charles M. Langseth
4.0 out of 5 stars Ian McShane!
Great series! Minus one star for not finishing properly, but it's still worth watching.
Published 4 hours ago by Albert M.
5.0 out of 5 stars The last Season Still Builds Interest
Another great season and sad that it is the last. I could have watched 2 or 3 more and would loved to have seen where everyone ended up.

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Published 5 hours ago by Frank Schwarz
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Excellent story line that ended to soon. Seth Bullock had great life story that continued many more years.
Published 5 hours ago by Leslie M. Gaiter
5.0 out of 5 stars I enjoyed all three seasons
I enjoyed all three seasons. It is a good show and I was sorry to see it end. I would recommend this to adults that have an open mind. Read more
Published 5 hours ago by Barbara Dyer
1.0 out of 5 stars Shallow
This mini- series seemed promising, but after a few episodes i no longer cared what fate the characters met. The language was the most foul of anything I have ever heard. Read more
Published 6 hours ago by Ann Singley
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
I gave it 4 stars primarily due to Ian McShane's performance, otherwise it is just a 3 star series.
Published 12 hours ago by M. Welch
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