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Deadwood (TV)
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TV Series
    (March 21, 2004-August 27, 2006)
    Born in Deadwood, South Dakota
    36 Episodes
    Timothy Olyphant as Seth Bullock
    Ian McShane as Al Swearengen
    Molly Parker as Alma Garret
    Brad Dourif as Doc Cochran
    W. Earl Brown as Dan Dority
    John Hawkes as Sol Star
    Paula Malcomson as Trixie
    Dayton Callie as Charlie Utter
    Leon Rippy as Tom Nuttall
    William Sanderson as E.B. Farnum
    Robin Weigert as Calamity Jane
    Sean Bridgers as Johnny Burns
    Bree Seanna Wall as Sofia Metz
    Jim Beaver as Whitney Ellsworth
    Jeffrey Jones as A.W. Merrick
    Kim Dickens as Joanie Stubbs
    Powers Boothe as Cy Tolliver
    Titus Welliver as Silas Adams
    Peter Jason as Con Stapleton
    Anna Gunn as Martha Bullock
    Larry Cedar as Leon
    Geri Jewell as Jewel
    Ralph Richeson as Richardson
    Keone Young as Mr. Wu
    Ashleigh Kizer as Dolly
    Garret Dillahunt as Francis Wolcott
    Premise: Western set in lawless Deadwood, South Dakota towards the end of the 19th century
    Won Golden Globe
    Newsday's Verne Gay wrote 'Deadwood' was incomprehensible last season. It is incomprehensible this season.'
    Jeffrey Jones and Gerald McRaney are referred to as guest stars despite being on for full seasons.
    The show is full of profanity, to a point at which it is a distraction.
    According to IMDB 'The word 'fuck' and its derivatives are used 2,980 times throughout the series.'
    The series only lasted 36 episodes.
    HBO dropped the series after three seasons but promised two movies to conclude the stories.
    The series has a number of anachronisms and historical flaws.
    The series centers on corruption - politics as usual.
    It demonstrates how out of lawless chaos, calm and compromise are found.
    David Bianculli of the New York Daily News raved 'Everything in 'Deadwood' is good as gold.'
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer's Melanie McFarland wrote 'To call 'Deadwood' great television doesn't begin to do it justice.'
    The character name Whitney Ellsworth is named as a tribute to the producer of the 1950's TV 'Adventures of Superman.'
    The series was a rare successful western in the 2000s.

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