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Deadwood: The Movie ()

Deadwood (original title)
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As the residents of Deadwood gather to commemorate Dakota's statehood in 1889, saloon owner Al Swearengen and Marshal Seth Bullock clash with Senator George Hearst.

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  • Nominated for 8 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 15 nominations.
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Seth Bullock
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Al Swearengen
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Alma Ellsworth
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Trixie
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Dan Dority
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Charlie Utter
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Joanie Stubbs
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Doc Cochran
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Martha Bullock
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Sol Star
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Tom Nuttall
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E.B. Farnum
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Calamity Jane
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Harry Manning
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Johnny Burns
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Jewel
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A.W. Merrick
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Samuel Fields
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Mr. Wu
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Con Stapleton
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Aunt Lou
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James Smith
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Caroline Woolgarden
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Sofia Ellsworth
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Seacrest
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George Hearst
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Mengyao
Brandon Alan Makovy ...
Sheriff Laraby (as Brandon Makovy)
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Margaret Bullock
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Florence Bullock
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Stanley Bullock (as Luke Dodge)
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Jerry
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Hearst Worker
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Arty
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Lisa
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Jojo
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Bella Girl
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Bella Girl
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Gem Whore
Troy Christian ...
Wedding Dancer
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Wedding Dancer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Whitney Ellsworth (archiveFootage)
Harry Callahan ...
Newman (archiveFootage)
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Wild Bill Hickok (archiveFootage)
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Jen (archiveFootage)
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Massey (archiveFootage)
Brian Aldrich ...
Lumberjack (uncredited)
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Hearst Henchman (uncredited)
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Deenie (uncredited)
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Bella (uncredited)
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Upper Class Townsfolk (uncredited)
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Fireman (uncredited)
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Townsman (uncredited)
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Roulette Dealer (uncredited)
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Gem Prostitute (uncredited)
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Townsperson (uncredited)
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Gem Barback (uncredited)
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Gem Patron (uncredited)
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Drunk Number Two (uncredited)
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Train Conductor (uncredited)
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Gem Girl (uncredited)
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James (uncredited)
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Games Dealer (uncredited)
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Townsperson (uncredited)
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Merrick's Apprentice (uncredited)
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Townsperson / Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Richard Gartrell ...
Peanut Vendor (uncredited)
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Wayne Hooker Hotel Cook (uncredited)
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Townfolk (uncredited)
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Pallbearer (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Townsperson (uncredited)
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Young Deputy (uncredited)
Kimberly Kearschner ...
Townsperson (uncredited)
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Oyster Bar Waiter (uncredited)
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Townsperson (uncredited)
Alex Lizotte ...
Hotel Bellhop (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Gem Patron (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Fireman (uncredited)
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Hearst Henchman (uncredited)
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Wedding guest / townsperson (uncredited)
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Samuel (uncredited)
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Barback (uncredited)
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Upscale Townsperson (uncredited)
Curt Seablom ...
Laborer / Townsperson (uncredited)
Eric Shackelford ...
Upscale Shopkeeper (uncredited)
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Townswoman (uncredited)
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The Messenger (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Gem Prostitute (uncredited)
Randall Yarbrough ...
Mason (uncredited)

Directed by

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Daniel Minahan

Written by

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David Milch ... (written by)

Produced by

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Nichole Beattie ... co-executive producer
Regina Corrado ... co-executive producer
Brittany Dushame ... associate producer
Gregg Fienberg ... executive producer
Ian McShane ... executive producer
David Milch ... executive producer
Daniel Minahan ... executive producer
Claire Newman ... associate producer
Timothy Olyphant ... executive producer
Scott Stephens ... executive producer
Carolyn Strauss ... executive producer
Mark Tobey ... line producer

Music by

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Reinhold Heil
Johnny Klimek

Cinematography by

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David Klein

Film Editing by

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Erick Fefferman
Martin Nicholson

Editorial Department

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LaRae Burress ... post-production coordinator
Noah Cody ... assistant editor
Jonny Converse ... assistant editor
Michael L. Holland ... Project Manager
Scott Klein ... colorist
Eric J. Robbins ... post-production coordinator
David Sconyers ... on-line editor
Leo Trombetta ... Consulting Editor
Daniel Yang ... colorist: dailies

Production Design by

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Maria Caso

Art Direction by

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Jason Garner
David Potts

Set Decoration by

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Brent David Mannon ... (set decorater)

Costume Design by

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Janie Bryant

Makeup Department

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Cary Ayers ... makeup artist
Maurine Burke ... key makeup artist
Rhonda Ann Burns ... hair stylist
Nicki A. Chestnut ... hair stylist
Jed Dornoff ... makeup artist
Lynnae Duley ... additional hair stylist
Ania Harasimiak ... makeup artist
Ingrid Hartowicz-Fuentes ... makeup artist
Rob Hinderstein ... special makeup effects artist
Scott Holbert ... special makeup effects artist
Lana Horochowski ... makeup department head
Ken Niederbaumer ... makeup artist
Lesa Nielsen ... makeup artist
Michelle Nyree ... additional hair stylist
Koji Ohmura ... makeup artist
Ron Pipes ... makeup artist
Cyndilee Rice ... makeup artist
Lia Robin ... makeup artist
Georgette Sweet ... hair stylist
Laine Trzinski ... asst. dept head hairstylist
Melissa Yonkey ... department head hairstylist
Jose Zamora ... key hair stylist
Zulma Zamora ... additional hair stylist

Production Management

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Mark Tobey ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Chandra M. Alexander ... additional second assistant director
Pamela Altieri-Paterra ... additional second assistant director
Colin Flaherty ... second second assistant director
Nathan Kimball ... second second assistant director
Kenneth Roth ... first assistant director
Lisa Zugschwerdt ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Ross Anderson ... property master
Vlad Bermudez ... assistant props
Robert Broadfoot ... set designer
David Christopher Campbell ... construction foreman
Mike Chang ... on set dresser
Tenniel Chu ... set dresser
Joey Rocketshoes Dillon ... assistant props / gun trainer
Yuri Elvin ... set dresser
Donald S. Foster ... Leadman
Chris Glenn ... Concept artist: FuseFX
Jeff Ozimek ... set designer
Linda L. Rebman ... art department coordinator
Craig Ruda ... graphic designer
Patrick Russo ... property master: second unit / set property master
Jeff Shewbert ... construction coordinator
Forest Terry ... head greensman
Elijah Valenzuela ... set buyer

Sound Department

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Steve Campagna ... additional adr mixer
Dhyana Carlton-Tims ... adr editor
Jason Charbonneau ... foley artist
Daniel Colman ... supervising sound effects editor
John W. Cook II ... re-recording mixer
Chris Cooper ... utility
Stefan Fraticelli ... foley artist
William Freesh ... re-recording mixer
Jeff Gomillion ... adr mixer
Shane Hayes ... dialogue editor
Jeffrey A. Humphreys ... boom operator
Tim Limer ... mix tech
Ron Mellegers ... Foley Mixer
Geoffrey Patterson ... sound mixer
Eryne Prine ... Foley Editor
John Sievert ... foley artist
Randy Wilson ... Foley Mixer
Mandell Winter ... supervising sound editor

Special Effects by

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Ante Dugandzic ... special effects coordinator
Corinne Fortunato ... special effects technician
Mitch Toles ... pyrotechnician

Visual Effects by

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Dario Barrera ... vfx production coordinator: FuseFX
Anthony D'Agostino ... digital compositor
Heather Davis Baker ... Senior Compositor
Chris Flynn ... compositor
Zoran Glisovic ... digital compositor: FuseFX
Zachary Goodson ... visual effects artist: FuseFX
Mario Grilli ... visual effects coordinator
Eric Hayden ... visual effects supervisor
David Hirsh ... vfx production coordinator: FuseFX
Wes Palmer ... vfx production coordinator: FuseFX
Elangie Pereda ... vfx coordinator: FuseFX
Joseph Vincent Pike ... digital effects supervisor
Matt Resta ... digital compositor: FuseFX
Edward M. Ruiz II ... visual effects artist: FuseFX
Jim Rygiel ... executive visual effects supervisor: FuseFX
Yuki Sugimoto ... visual effects artist: FuseFX (as Yuki Levy)
Alexis Torres ... visual effects producer
Adrian White ... Senior compositor
Christian Zeiler ... digital compositor
Young Joon Mok ... digital compositor (uncredited)
Brian Tatosky ... digital compositor: FuseFX (uncredited)

Stunts

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Trav Cadwell ... stunt double
Kofi Elam ... stunt double
Dylan Hice ... assistant stunt coordinator / stunt coordinator / stunt double
Freddie Hice ... stunt coordinator
David Paul Olsen ... stunt double: Timothy Olyphant

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dale Balani ... best boy rigging electric
Abraham Bowman ... first unit grip
Jordan Cantu ... digital utility
John Carreon ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Nicola Caruso ... loader
Dessie Coale ... set lighting technician
Charlie Dalrymple ... lighting technician
Blake Farnham ... electrician
Jeremy Graham ... gaffer
Josh Greer ... first assistant camera
Anthony Gudino ... Rigging gaffer
Andres Gutierrez ... grip
Dave Haws ... Best boy electric
John Hoffma ... lighting technician
Tom Holm ... lighting technician
John Joyce ... A Camera Operator/Steadicam
Derek Kolen ... lighting technician
Josh Kuykendall ... rigging Key Grip
Hunter Laizure ... lighting technician
Stephen Ling ... digital utility
Dominic Mainl ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Dean Morin ... B Camera Operator
Scott Odermann ... grip
Warrick Page ... still photographer
Joel Perkal ... camera operator: "c" camera
Kyle Sauer ... second assistant camera: additional
David D. Scott ... video engineer
Otis Sherman ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Chris Sol ... lighting technician
Stephen Taylor-Wehr ... First assistant camera: "b" camera
Ben Van Cleave ... A dolly grip
John Van Valkenburgh ... Lighting console programmer
Anthony Vietro ... key grip
Chris Way ... grip

Casting Department

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Henry Johnson ... casting assistant
Joyce Kurtz ... adr voice casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Tom Bronson ... costume supervisor
Ian Churchill ... ager/dyer
Tiger Curran ... assistant costume designer
Jennay DeMeyers ... costume pa
Sharon Gilligan ... costumer
Constance Jolcuvar ... milliner
Paula Truman ... key costumer

Location Management

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Taylor Florio ... key assistant location manager
Rikki Johnson ... assistant location manager
Jesse Lorber ... location manager

Music Department

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Justin Bell ... additional arranger
Chris Fogel ... source music mixer
Stephanie Gangel ... assistant music editor
Michael Hurley ... singer: "Hog of the Forsaken"
G.C. Johnson ... Musician: Guitars
Jasper LeMaster ... assistant score recording engineer
The Nashville Scoring Orchestra ... orchestra
Jillinda Palmer ... music editor
Paul Parker ... additional guitars, additional arrangements, music mixer
Peter Rotter ... music coordinator
Jonathan Levi Shanes ... composer: additional music / score arranger
Nick Spezia ... score recording engineer
Alan Umstead ... concertmaster / orchestra contractor

Transportation Department

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Rich Bennetti ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Nicole Berger ... Choreographer
John Buco ... set production assistant
Jennifer Confaloni ... set production assistant
Charles de Bernier ... production accountant
Joey Rocketshoes Dillon ... armorer
Alessandra DiMona ... writers assistant: David Milch
Kellen Dunbar ... Producer's Assistant
Gabi Endicott ... script supervisor
Angie Engelbert ... studio teacher
Spenser Etzel ... assistant payroll accountant
Mandy Friedrich ... studio teacher
Ryan Gold ... Stand-in
Michelle Johnson ... assistant: Mr. Stephens
Matthew Kramer ... set production assistant
Kyle Landry ... caterer
Matt Levin ... set production assistant
Jeanette Lim ... Office Production Assistant
Madeline Mack ... assistant: Mr. Minahan / production assistant
Patty Malcolm ... stand-in
Michelle McGinty ... stand-in
David McGuire ... production assistant
Mahtub Mochanloo ... production assistant
Natalie Petersen ... accounting assistant
Aaron Prieto ... Office Production Assistant
Alicia Rodis ... intimacy coordinator
Shauna Sanders ... production supervisor
Gio Utforskare ... production assistant
Joan Waldman ... representative: American Humane
Spencer R. Williams ... Set production assistant
Scott Willson ... script coordinator
David Zimmerman ... assistant

Thanks

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Ava Locknar ... thanks
Tiger Maxwell ... special thanks
Emily McCreight ... special thanks

Production Companies

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Events unfold in 1889 - about ten years after the series ended - as dignitaries and most of the series regulars gather to celebrate South Dakota's statehood. When Sen. George Hearst makes an offer to Charlie Utter for his property claim, and Charlie declines, the results are explosive. Written by user-35583

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Also Known As
  • Deadwood: The Movie (United States)
  • Deadwood: Le film (France)
  • Deadwood: La película (Spain)
  • Deadwood - A film (Hungary)
  • Дэдвуд (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 110 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Garret Dillahunt, who played two characters in the series, Jack McCall and Francis Wolcott, has a cameo as "Drunk No. 2," who yells out about his father dying in the street. See more »
Goofs At the end of the film, Al and Jewel sing the Australian ballad "Waltzing Matilda." The story takes place in 1889, but "Waltzing Matilda" was composed in 1895 and first published in 1903. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in No One's Gone (2018). See more »
Quotes [last lines]
Trixie: Our Father, which art in Heaven...
Al Swearengen: Let Him fucking stay there.
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