Deadwood (2004–2006)
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Deadwood 

After executing his last act of justice as a Montana Marshall, Seth Bullock relocates to a gold-mining camp known as Deadwood, where he and partner Sol Star look to start a hardware ... See full summary »

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After executing his last act of justice as a Montana Marshall, Seth Bullock relocates to a gold-mining camp known as Deadwood, where he and partner Sol Star look to start a hardware business. Bullock soon crosses paths with another new arrival - legendary gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok - and clashes with the formidable boss of the Gem Saloon and occasional deal broker, Al Swearengen. Written by WyattJones

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In this hour long pilot episode the word "fuck" is heard 51 times. See more »

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The man who was shot through the head with a Derringer pistol in Al's hotel, clearly has an entry and exit wound above his eyebrows when the Doc is examining him. Afterwards, when the Doc "prods" the wounds, they have moved to the sides of his head, at his temples. See more »

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Jack McCall: Should we shake hands or something, relieve the atmosphere? I mean, how stupid do you think I am?
Wild Bill Hickok: I don't know, I just met you.
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Arriving In Deadwood
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Written by Michael Brooken
Performed by Michael Brook
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A brilliant introduction
6 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A tour de force for Ian McShane, who brings to life one of the great characters of television ever conceived from his first appearance, setting the tone for the show itself. A true three dimensional figure of Al Swearengen, written and acted to brilliance. Lays most of its chips on set pieces and snippets that generally take place in saloons and hotels and make use of natural light and wonderful set making to give it a gritty and primal feel. Keith Carradine does a magnificent job of recreating Wild Bill Hickock thanks to a fantastically researched costume and research team that has truly created an artistic work of serious significance. Beyond the gritty vocabulary and dirty sets is a load of substance and historical accuracy that gives full range to the genre and goes beyond almost anything this side of Sergio Leone. Smart, witty, involving and complex. Takes a few viewings to really digest and pick up all the wonderful attention to detail, the brilliant background action (i.e. 19th century dentistry). A lot of foreshadowing and use of close-ups to insinuate meanings and imply past tensions between characters. Very well written and smartly cast and executed.


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