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Deadwood 3 Seasons 2004

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4.2 out of 5 stars (9,232) IMDb 8.8/10

The year:1876. The location: the Black Hills of South Dakota where a gold rush draws a throng of restless misfits to an outlaw settlement. Welcome to Season One of Deadwood...a hell of a place to make your fortune.

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Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane

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Season 1
1. Deadwood
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In the series premiere, Montana marshal Seth Bullock executes a last act of justice and relocates to a gold-mining camp known as Deadwood, where he and partner Sol Star look to start a hardware business.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute Release date: March 21, 2004
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2. Deep Water

As suspicions arise that 'road agents' may have been the true perpetrators of the massacre, Swearengen takes an interest in the health of its sole survivor--a girl ministered to by Doc Cochran and Calamity Jane.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: March 28, 2004
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3. Reconnoitering the Rim

Competition arrives for Swearengen in the form of the Bella Union, a gambling outfit operated by savvy Cy Tolliver, Madame Joanie Stubbs and gaming guru Eddie Sawyer.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: April 4, 2004
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4. Here Was a Man

Swearengen directs Farnum to buy back the Garret claim; Alma prevails on Calamity Jane and Hickok for help; Hickok commissions Bullock in his stead; and Hickok's run of luck at poker yields an unexpected return.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: April 11, 2004
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5. The Trial of Jack McCall

Swearengen turns the Gem into a courtroom as Deadwood is forced to make its own laws to try a murderer. With Jane on a bender, Trixie is enlisted by Swearengen to help Alma with the Metz child and to keep her pliable to his purposes.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: April 18, 2004
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6. Plague

Bullock encounters native resistance in his quest to bring a murderer to justice; Swearengen presses Farnum to keep tabs on Alma & Trixie.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: April 25, 2004
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7. Bullock Returns to the Camp

After tracking down a murderer, Bullock returns to Deadwood a changed man--and a marked one; Calamity Jane earns her moniker in the Pest Tent; and Alma remains cold on Farnum's inappropriately advanced bid on her claim.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: May 2, 2004
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8. Suffer the Little Children

Deadwood breathes easier when riders arrive with vaccine--and word of a possible treaty with the Sioux. Awaiting Trixie's return, Swearengen resists counsel from Farnum; and Tolliver teaches Stubbs a deadly lesson.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: May 9, 2004
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9. No Other Sons or Daughters

With annexation looming, Swearengen calls a meeting to set up an informal government. Farnum gets a special-delivery letter from Hickok; Utter offers Jane a job; and Stubbs prepares to make a go on her own, with Tolliver's avowed blessings.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: May 16, 2004
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10. Mister Wu

An opium theft leaves Swearengen trying to find common language with his supplier; Silas Adams arrives with bad news for Swearengen; Bullock regrets having raised his hand at the government meeting; and Merrick proposes Deadwood's first 'club.'

TV-MA CC Runtime: 52 minutes Release date: May 23, 2004
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11. Jewel's Boot Is Made for Walking

Alma's father, Otis Russell, arrives to 'help' with her claim. Swearengen strikes a bargain with Adams to rid him of some legal baggage; Leon and Sawyer resume work at the Bella Union; Bullock is angered by the choice of a new sheriff.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: June 6, 2004
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12. Sold Under Sin

In the Season One finale, the U.S. Army--under General Crook, a.k.a. 'Custer's Avengers'--rolls into Deadwood.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: June 13, 2004
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By Jason Whitt VINE VOICE on November 5, 2004
Format: DVD
The best kept secret on television is Deadwood, a semi-true story of the lawless town in South Dakota that popped up during the gold rush days of the 1800's. The real Deadwood boasted legendary residents like Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickock. Both figure prominently as characters in the TV series but are far from the only great characters on display.

Perhaps you've heard of the series, but never gave it a look. Or perhaps you were warned by others that the language was so profane as to render it unwatchable. True, the series isn't for anyone under the age of 18, but it must be understood that this semi-historical piece was written to represent the actual dialect and social tenor of the region at that time. Deadwood was a rough place without real law, and gold was on everyone's mind. All the elements for great drama were there. Greed, corruption, deceipt, innocence, morality (or a lack thereof), hope, hate, fear, addiction, murder, jealousy and love. Deadwood truly represents a kind of sociological study of human evolution within a laissez faire society.

It was clear from episode 1 that the new Deadwood series on HBO was something special. By episode 4, I was certain that Emmy nominations/awards were imminent. The show was largely ignored by the Emmys, likely sufferering from a combination of "newcomer syndrome" and overshadowing by The Sopranos. But make no mistake, it was more than worthy with the actors comprising a splendid balance of the familiar and the unfamiliar. Regardless of fame however, there isn't an off performance to be found in the season. Nor is there a grossly derivitive one. The characters are all satisfyingly deep, nuanced and often downright quirky.
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This is my nominee for best new drama. This revisionist western will knock your socks off with its fascinating characters and atmosphere. It's May 1876 former Montana marshal Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) and his business partner Sol Star (John Hawkes) open a hardware business in the gold-mining town of Deadwood, South Dakota. Deadwood becomes the crossroads for the famous, infamous and the people they kill. Bullock meets Wild Bill Hickok (Keith Carradine) and has a run in with Gem Saloon owner Al Swearengen (Ian McShane). Swearengen lives up to his name; he's a man with the foulest mouth one can imagine and a pretty nasty fellow to cross. McShane's portrayal of Swearengen makes him one of the most complex villans this side of Tony Soprano.

"Deadwood" becomes the nexus for some of the most important figures of the old west creating a great opportunity for storytelling from writer/creator/producer David Milch ("NYPD Blue"). A sprawling, down and dirty revisionist western, the pilot directed by Walter Hill ("Southern Comfort", "Hard Times", "The Warriors") features marvelous performances from Ian McShane, Brad Dourif, Timothy Olyphant, Molly McShane, Keith Carradine and Powers Boothe. Authentic right down to the pig crap, "Deadwood" features the great dialogue, action and storytelling skills we've come to expect from Milch, Hill and the other collaborators on this cable TV series. A warning for viewers--you'll hear a lot of bad words because, well, because Milch feels that folks spoke like that back then.

There may only be 12 episodes included here but they're all high quality. My only complaint is that the series probably could have been packaged with more episodes per disc making the set less cumbersome.
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Of all of the HBO series that I have watched in their entirety, I think "Deadwood" is the weakest of the lot (the other are "The Sopranos," "Six Feet Under," and "Carnivàle"). However, before I convince you this is damning with faint praise I would add that "Deadwood" is one of the ten best shows on television and that it has one of the most captivating characters around with Ian McShane's Al Swearengen, the profane overlord of the frontier town as the owner of the Gem Saloon. Ironically, Al is so good at being bad, with his fingers in every pie in town and always looking for more, that he ends up dominating all of his scenes and all of the other characters.

"Deadwood" was created by David Milch, who always gets mentioned as being the creator of "NYPD Blue," but whom I always laud as the writer of "Trial by Fury," the third season premier episode of "Hill Street Blues," which remains on my personal list of ten best television episodes I have ever seen. To jog your memory, it is the one where a nun is raped and murdered and Frank Furillo coerces a confession from one of the killers by threatening to drop charges and have them released to an angry public. The threat was of vigilante justice, which is certainly an element of "Deadwood."

The time is 1876, which is when the nation's centennial was soured by the news of Custer's defeat at the Little Bighorn. Deadwood is in the South Dakota Territory, where statehood threatens to bring law and order, which the locals consider more of a threat than Indian attack. The men play cards, get drunk, and dream of mining for gold, which allows them to indulge in more gambling, drinking, with money left over for buying the services of a woman for a night as well.
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