- Hardcover: 232 pages
- Publisher: Bloomsbury USA (October 17, 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1596912391
- ISBN-13: 978-1596912397
- Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 1.1 x 9.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 48 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #384,330 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Deadwood: Stories of the Black Hills Hardcover – October 17, 2006
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About the Author
David Milch is an award-winning screenwriter, producer, and director. He spent five seasons with Hill Street Blues as executive story editor and executive producer. In 1992, Milch co-created the history-making police drama NYPD Blue, which earned high ratings and multiple Emmy® Awards, including Best Drama Series and Best Writing in a Drama. He is the creator of Deadwood®, which received 11 Emmy nominations in its first season (winning two), and earned McShane a Golden Globe for Best Actor. He lives in California.
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It does add some insight to the Deadwood stories, that is, the Deadwood teleplay and the process of making it. Milch eloquently adds some detail and color to the Deadwood story. Since the "Deadwood story" is his interpreted and interpolated history, the story is only really complete in Milch's imagination. Those of us who would love more will buy this book and savor the bits we can get. It is not enough though, but then, it could never be enough.
The Deadwood actors also add detail and perspective in their own words. Milch's ability to blend the real actor's traits and skills with his visions of Deadwood is constantly recounted. The actors all seem to share their respect for Milch's stunning ability to shape the character to the actor and the actor from the character. Their introspections are interesting, but here again, too little and perhaps too hastily put together.
In the end, I recommend the book as a memento of Deadwood, three seasons of good television. However, if you are searching for more Deadwood stories, this is not the place. I suspect the huckster in Milch couldn't resist one more retail opportunity; I certainly do not begrudge him a dime for all the great entertainment he has afforded me. Still, I'd love to see "Deadwood, the novel by David Milch", alas, I can only hope.
It has an in depth look at the making of the series,his personal take on the characters, storylines, and the history behind it all.
I recommend this nice book to have as an addition to your DVD series of the TV show.
I found this show to be one of the most captivating and compelling television programs I've ever seen, and this book was a great way to revisit it.
There is a lot of information about David Milch which I found fascinating.
As I watched Deadwood I wanted more information about the characters and this book really satisfied that yearning.