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|Named Person:||Seth Bullock; Wild Bill Hickok; Seth Bullock; Wild Bill Hickok|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||David Milch; Gregg Fienberg; Elizabeth Kling; Mark Tinker; Davis Guggenheim; Ted Mann; Elizabeth Sarnoff; Ed Bianchi; Daniel Attias; Adam Davidson; Michael Engler; Walter Hill; Tim Hunter; Daniel Minahan; Alan Taylor; Steve Shill; Timothy Van Patten; John Belluso; W Earl Brown; Regina Corrado; Sara Hess; Ricky Jay; Malcolm MacRury; Bryan McDonald; Victoria Morrow; Kem Nunn; George D Putnam; Nick Towne; Zack Whedon; Jody Worth; Timothy Olyphant; Ian McShane; Molly Parker; Jim Beaver; Brad Dourif; John Hawkes; Paula Malcomson; Leon Rippy; William Sanderson; Robin Weigert; Dayton Callie; Keith Carradine; Powers Boothe; Kim Dickens; Anna Gunn; Jeffrey Jones; Sean Bridgers; Titus Welliver; Brent Sexton; Bree Seanna Wall; Brian Cox; Gerald McRaney; Peter Jason; Larry Cedar; Geri Jewell; Ralph Richeson; Keone Young; HBO Original Programming.; HBO Entertainment (Firm); Home Box Office (Firm); Red Board Productions.; HBO Video (Firm)|
|Language Note:||In English, dubbed French or dubbed Spanish language with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.|
|Notes:||Special features: audio commentaries; (season 1) Making Deadwood, The real Deadwood, The new language of the Old West, An imaginative reality; (season 2) The Real Deadwood-1877, Making of season 2 finale; (season 3) Deadwood matures. Season 1 bonus features: "Making Deadwood: the show behind the show" featurette; "The real Deadwood" historical featurette; "The new language of the Old West" interview with David Milch and Keith Carradine; "An imaginative reality" interview with David Milch and Keith Carradine. Season 2 bonus features: "The real Deadwood: 1877" historical featurette; "Making of season 2 finale: Boy-the-earth-talks-to" featurette. Season 3 bonus features: "Deadwood matures" historical featurette; "The education of Swearingen and Bullock" making of a remarkable relationship; Deadwood Daguerrotypes. Bonus disc: "The meaning of endings" interview with David Milch on the conclusion of Deadwood; "The real Deadwod: out of the ashes" featurette; Q&A with cast and creative team; Deadwood 360 tour; Al Swearengen audition reel (as performed by Titus Welliver).|
|Credits:||Directors of photography, Lloyd Ahearn, James Glennon, Joseph E. Gallagher, Xavier PeÌrez Grobet, David Boyd ; editors, Elizabeth Kling, Stephen Mark, Lauren A. Schaffer, Martin Nicholson, ; music, Reinhold Heil, Johnny Kilmek, Michael Brook, David Schwartz ; production designer, Maria Caso.|
|Cast:||Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane, Molly Parker, Jim Beaver, Brad Dourif, John Hawkes, Paula Malcomson, Leon Rippy, William Sanderson, Robin Weigert, W. Earl Brown, Dayton Callie, Keith Carradine, Powers Booth, Kim Dickens, Anna Gunn, Jeffrey Jones, Sean Bridgers, Titus Welliver, Brent Sexton, Bree Seanna Wall, Brian Cox, Gerald McRaney, Peter Jason, Larry Cedar, Geri Jewell, Ralph Richeson, Keone Young, Ashleigh Kizer, Garret Dillahunt.|
|Event notes:||Originally broadcast by HBO in 2004-2006.|
|Description:||19 videodiscs (ca. 2160 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; region 1, NTSC; widescreen (16:9) presentation; Dolby digital 5.1, 2.0.|
|Contents:||Season one. Deadwood / written by David Milch ; directed by Walter Hill --
Deep water / written by Malcolm Macrury ; directed by Davis Guggenheim --
Reconnoitering the rim / written by Jody Worth ; directed by Davis Guggenheim --
Here was a man / written by Elizabeth Sarnoff ; directed by Alan Taylor --
The trial of Jack McCall / written by John Belluso ; directed by Ed Bianchi --
Plague / written by Malcom Macrury ; directed by Davis Gugenheim --
Bullock returns to the camp / written by Jody Worth ; directed by Michael Engler --
Suffer the little children / written by Elizabeth Sarnoff ; directed by Daniel Minahan --
No other sons or daughters / written by George Putnam ; directed by Ed Bianchi --
Mr. Wu / written by Bryan McDonald ; directed by Daniel Minahan --
Jewel's boot is made for walking / written by Ricky Jay ; directed by Steve Shill --
Sold under sin / written by Ted Mann ; directed by Davis Guggenheim. Season two. Lie agreed upon / written by David Milch, Jody Worth ; directed by Ed Bianchi --
New money / written by Elizabeth Sarnoff ; directed by Steve Shill --
Requiem for a Gleet / written by Ted Mann ; directed by Alan Taylor --
Complications / written by Victoria Morrow ; directed by Gregg Feinberg --
Something very expensive / written and directed by Steve Shill --
E.B. was left out / written by Jody Worth ; directed by John Almereyda --
Childish things / written by Regina Corrado ; directed by Tim van Patten --
Amalgamation and capital / written by Elizabeth Sarnoff ; directed by Ed Bianchi --
Advances, none miraculous / written by Sara Hess ; directed by Daniel Minahan --
The Whores can come / written by Bryan McDonald ; directed by Gregg Feinberg --
Boy-the-earth-talks-to / written by Ted Mann ; directed by Ed Bianchi. Season three. Tell your God to ready for blood / written by David Milch and Ted Mann ; directed by Mark Tinker --
I am not the fine man you take me for / written by David Milch and Regina Corrado ; directed by Dan Attias --
True colors / written by Regina Corrado and Ted Mann ; directed by Gregg Feinberg --
Full faith and credit / written by Ted Mann ; directed by Ed Bianchi --
A two-headed beast / written by David Milch ; directed by Daniel Minahan --
A rich find / written by Alex Lambert ; directed by Tim Hunter --
Unauthorized Cinnamon / written by Regina Corrado ; directed by Mark Tinker --
Leviathan smiles / written by Kem Nunn ; directed by Ed Bianchi --
Amateur night / written by Nick Towne and Zack Whedon ; directed by Adam Davidson --
A constant throb / written by W. Earl Brown ; directed by Mark Tinker --
The catbird seat / written by Bernadette McNamara ; directed by Gregg Feinberg --
Tell him something pretty / written by Ted Mann ; directed by Mark Tinker.
|Other Titles:||Deadwood (Television program)|
|Responsibility:||HBO Original Programming ; HBO Entertainment presents ; produced by Davis Guggenheim, Ted Mann, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Ed Bianchi ; executive producer, David Milch, Gregg Fienberg, Elizabeth Kling, Mark Tinker ; created by David Milch ; Red Board Productions.|
- Bullock, Seth, -- 1849-1919 -- Drama.
- Hickok, Wild Bill, -- 1837-1876 -- Drama.
- Police -- South Dakota -- Deadwood -- Drama.
- Criminal behavior -- South Dakota -- Deadwood -- Drama.
- Bars (Drinking establishments) -- South Dakota -- Deadwood -- Drama.
- Mining camps -- South Dakota -- Drama.
- Gold mines and mining -- South Dakota -- Drama.
- Deadwood (S.D.) -- Drama.
- Bullock, Seth, -- 1849-1919.
- Hickok, Wild Bill, -- 1837-1876.
- Bars (Drinking establishments)
- Criminal behavior.
- Gold mines and mining.
- Mining camps.
- South Dakota.
- South Dakota -- Deadwood.