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Deadwood (2004 - 2006)

Deadwood (2004 - 2006)





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A potent, unusually vivid (and profane) Western about a late-1870s South Dakota settlement in the aftermath of Little Big Horn. Creator David Milch defends the seemingly nonstop expletives and brutality as a factual depiction of the era's lawlessness and its rough-and-tumble types, such as legendary gunslinger Wild Bill Hickok and saloonkeeper Al Swearengen (Golden Globe winner Ian McShane).
Creator: David Milch

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Critics Consensus: Deadwood's final season ends with a frustrating lack of closure, but that ambiguous final note doesn't detract from an outstanding series that ranks among the best the genre has to offer.

2006, HBO, 12 episodes

Critics Consensus: Amid the grit and lawlessness, season two of Deadwood offers a richly textured portrait of an Old West community buoyed by its talented ensemble cast.

2005, HBO, 12 episodes

Critics Consensus: Deadwood's absorbing first season presents a vivid, un-sanitized depiction of a frontier town that stakes its claim alongside other classic entries in the Western genre.

2004, HBO, 12 episodes


Timothy Olyphant
as Seth Bullock
Ian McShane
as Al Swearengen
Molly Parker
as Alma Garret
Keith Carradine
as Wild Bill Hickok
John Hawkes
as Sol Star
Brad Dourif
as Doc Cochran
William Sanderson
as E.B. Farnum
Powers Boothe
as Cy Tolliver
Robin Weigert
as Calamity Jane
W. Earl Brown
as Dan Dority
Dayton Callie
as Charlie Utter
Ricky Jay
as Eddie Sawyer
Sean Bridgers
as Johnny Burns
Kim Dickens
as Joanie Stubbs
Ray McKinnon
as Rev. H.W. Smith
Timothy Omundson
as Brom Garret
Garret Dillahunt
as Jack McCall/Francis Wolcott
Gerald McRaney
as George Hearst
Leon Rippy
as Tom Nuttall
Jeffrey Jones
as A.W. Merrick
Jim Beaver
as Ellsworth
Titus Welliver
as Silas Adams
Anna Gunn
as Martha Bullock
Josh Eriksson
as William Bullock
Bree Seanna Wall
as Sophia Metz
Peter Jason
as Con Stapleton
Linda Wang
as Chinese Slavewhore
Gill Gayle
as Huckster
Ted Mann
as Rutherford
Brian Cox
as Jack Langrishe
Zach Grenier
as Andy Cramed
Dan Dority
as W. Earl Brown
William Russ
as Otis Russell
Brent Sexton
as Harry Young
Franklin Ajaye
as Samuel Fields
Nicolas Survoy
as Captain Massie
Sarah Paulson
as Miss Isringhausen
Ralph Richeson
as Richardson
Keith Stevenson
as Chinese Whorehouse Customer
Johnny Rad
as Hoople
Dean Rader-Duval
as Jimmy Irons
Leah Ann Cevoli
as Gem Whore
Richard Gant
as Hostetler
Peter Coyote
as Gen. Crook
Mei Melançon
as Chinese Slavewhore
Mei Melançon
as Chinese Slavewhore
Michael Harney
as Steve the Drunk
Allan Graf
as Capt. Turner
Marshall Bell
as Magistrate Claggett
Fiona Dourif
as Chez Ami Whore
Cleo King
as Aunt Lou Marchbanks
Tom Simmons
as Poker Player at No. 10
Channon Roe
as Slippery Dan
Gareth Williams
as Smallpox Victim at the Gem Saloon
Clayton Wilcox
as Loudmouth Drunk in Gem Saloon
Austin Nichols
as Morgan Earp
Tammy Brooks
as Gem Whore
Dan Hildebrand
as Tim Driscoll
Aubrey Morris
as Chesterton
Brian Girard
as Smallpox Victim
Gale Howard
as Wyatt Earp
Richard Wharton
as Cowboy Outside Bunkhouse
Omar Gooding
as Odell Marchbanks
Greg Cipes
as Miles Anderson
Jared Snyder
as Barrett
Kristen Bell
as Flora Anderson
Steve Alford
as Town Butcher
Jamie McShane
as Ned Mason
Joel McKinnon Miller
as Nathan Gordon
Josh Ericksson
as William Bullock
Christopher Darga
as Byron Sampson
Dylan Haggerty (II)
as Abusive John
Dylan Haggerty
as Abusive John
Cheryl Huggins
as Gem Whore #2
Stephanie Miller
as Prospector
Channing Swift
as Prospector
Danny Le Boyer
as Lee's Henchman
Sam Spector
as Rifleman
Juddson Linn
as Milliner
G.T. Holme
as Miner in the Gem Saloon
Sarah Lund
as Bella Whore
John Wills Martin
as Haberdasher
Jackson Bolt
as Ellsworth's Rifleman
Monty Henson
as Hawkeye
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