Deadwood (2004–2006)
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General Crook rolls into Deadwood with his troops, known as "Custer's avengers," and the Yankton magistrate, Clagett, prompting a parade and business solicitations from E.B. Farnum and Cy ... See full summary »

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Reverend H.W. Smith (as Raymond McKinnon)
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General Crook rolls into Deadwood with his troops, known as "Custer's avengers," and the Yankton magistrate, Clagett, prompting a parade and business solicitations from E.B. Farnum and Cy Tolliver. Al Swearengen delivers a tortured soul from suffering, and Bullock reacts decisively to Russell's intentions regarding Alma. Stapleton's new commission as sheriff proves short-lived, and Bullock and Alma have a late-night meeting. Written by WyattJones

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In the first scene, after Dan hands Al his morning coffee, Dan walks under the shadow of silk screen frame, a piece of lighting equipment used to diffuse the sunlight. The tell-tale outline of a C-stand adjustment screw passes over his chest. See more »

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[Seth storms into the Gem and confronts Dan at the bar]
Seth Bullock: I don't care if the whole U.S. cavalry walks in here, you don't wanna pour another drink. You just wanna listen to me, 'cause if the man doesn't die whose face I just broke, he's gonna go to New York City and tell Brom Garret's people it breaks his heart to say so, but his daughter had their son murdered. He'll tell 'em. Knowin' how he does they won't want their son's rightful property in the hands of the woman who killed him, he'll swear ...
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Farther Along
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Written by Rev. W. A. Fletcher
Performed by Mississippi John Hurt
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Really good first season
12 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first season of Deadwood is really good, sometimes great Television. I wouldn't say that I'm quite as enamored with it as most fans of the show are, and as those who always praise it. Still, fascinating characters and the show isn't built around as much plot as I thought it would. I assumed it would be something like Breaking Bad, but alas, it is not (not that it's a bad thing). The performances are great, and for once, some great female characterization. McShane stands as the show's MVP as of now but he doesn't hold that title without competition. A lot of the supporting characters lend a great hand in this, and as predicted, it's a joy to watch.


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