In an age of plunder and greed, the richest gold strike in American History draws a throng of restless misfits to an outlaw settlement where everything — and everyone — has a price. Welcome to Deadwood...a hell of a place to make your fortune.
|TV Special: Making Deadwood: The Show Behind the Show |
A look behind the story and production of the HBO dramatic series Deadwood. This is a 13-minute look at the making of Deadwood. A small featurette offering insight into the creation ...
|Feb. 20, 2004|
|TV Special: The Real Deadwood |
This 25-minute documentary brings you a concise history of the real Deadwood, South Dakota, upon which the show is based. Many local historians and experts, as well as David Milch and ...
|TV Special: The New Language of the Old West |
This is a sit-down conversation between Carradine (Wild Bill) and Milch (the series creator). The focus of this discussion is on the melding of historical and fictional characters and ...
|TV Special: An Imaginative Reality |
Anyone who has watched one episode of Deadwood has certainly noticed one peculiar element: obscenity. Actor Keith Carradine (Wild Bill Hickok) sits down for a one-on-one with creator ...
|TV Special: The Real Deadwood: 1877 |
This is a 21-minute look at the real Deadwood, around the time the show is set, including the arrival of the telegraph and George R. Hearst. It’s a great continuation of the featurette ...
|TV Special: The Making of Season Two Finale: Trusting the Process with David Milch |
“Trusting the Process with David Milch” focuses on how Milch writes his script and how the actors are often in a situation where they just have to trust where he’s going with ...
|TV Special: The Making of Season Two Finale: Mr. Wu Proves Out |
“Mr. Wu Proves Out” is the second part and runs 22 minutes. This portion focuses on the Chinese Mr. Wu character, portrayed by Keon Young, and his archrival and newcomer to the ...
|TV Special: The Making of Season Two Finale: The Wedding Celebration |
The final part of the documentary also runs 22 minutes (bringing the total running length to 71 minutes) and is entitled “The Wedding Celebration.” This last part focuses on the ...
|TV Special: Deadwood Matures: Historical Featurette |
This is a historical look at 1877 Deadwood, and the events that were shaping the town, right around the time the third season is supposed to take place. This featurette looks at the ...
|TV Special: The Education of Swearengen and Bullock |
Running exactly the same length as the previous featurette, this one takes a look at the tumultuous relationship between Bullock and Swearengen, and the alliance that eventually forms. ...
|TV Movie: “Deadwood” movie |
Reunited after 10 years to celebrate South Dakota's statehood.South Dakota’s statehood. Former rivalries are reignited, alliances are tested and old wounds are reopened, as all are ...
|May. 31, 2019|
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