Die bemerkenswerte erste Staffel von Deadwood stellt eine jener immer wiederkehrenden Neuauflagen des Western dar, die sich jedoch im Vergleich zu so etwas. Stark kritisiert und heiß geliebt endete „Deadwood“ nach Staffel 3 im Jahre ohne richtiges Ende. Gibt es noch Hoffnung auf „Deadwood“. Aus ihrem illegalen Camp in einem Reservat der Sioux erwächst binnen weniger Monate die Stadt Deadwood. Ein Ort ohne Sheriff, ohne Bürgermeister - ohne.
„Deadwood“ Staffel 4: Kommt eine weitere Season?Stark kritisiert und heiß geliebt endete „Deadwood“ nach Staffel 3 im Jahre ohne richtiges Ende. Gibt es noch Hoffnung auf „Deadwood“. Vor dreizehn Jahren wurde die Westernserie „Deadwood“ eingestellt, nach drei Staffeln, ohne echtes Ende. Das holt ein fulminanter Film. Deadwood ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie des Senders HBO, die in Deadwood (South Dakota) in den Jahren 18spielt, kurz nach der.
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Sofia Metz 36 episodes, Jim Beaver Whitney Ellsworth 35 episodes, Jeffrey Jones Merrick 35 episodes, Kim Dickens Joanie Stubbs 34 episodes, Powers Boothe Cy Tolliver 34 episodes, Titus Welliver Silas Adams 27 episodes, Peter Jason Con Stapleton 26 episodes, Anna Gunn Martha Bullock 24 episodes, Larry Cedar Leon 24 episodes, Geri Jewell Jewel 23 episodes, Ralph Richeson Richardson 21 episodes, Keone Young Wu 18 episodes, Ashleigh Kizer Dolly 17 episodes, Garret Dillahunt Edit Storyline The town of Deadwood, South Dakota in the weeks following the Custer massacre is a lawless sinkhole of crime and corruption.
Taglines: Fortune comes with a price. Edit Did You Know? Trivia In her first audition for Calamity Jane, Robin Weigert did her best performance to depict Jane as a tough, scary woman.
She was told the producers "loved the vulnerability" she showed as Jane, but they wanted to see her again doing the role a bit more tough and intimidating.
Goofs Basil Hayden's Kentucky Straight Bourbon is mentioned by several characters or seen in the show. Basil Hayden's Bourbon brand was created in It would not be available in 's Deadwood.
At the time the show takes place the Hayden family was distilling "Old Granddad" Bourbon which featured a picture of Basil Hayden on the label.
Quotes Cy Tolliver : Sayin' questions in that tone and pointin' your finger at me will get you told to fuck yourself.
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Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color. He tries to enlist Hostetler in his schemes. Bullock is forced to rescue him from an angry mob headed by Steve, a virulently racist drunk.
Later, Hostetler catches a drunken Steve in the livery stable masturbating on Bullock's horse in revenge. Fields and Hostetler manage to coerce Steve into signing a written confession of bestiality.
The admission will be publicized should Steve make any trouble for either of the livery workers in the future. Hugo Jarry, a Yankton commissioner , tries to persuade Swearengen and Tolliver that Deadwood should become part of Dakota territory rather than Montana.
He ends up siding with Swearengen. Wolcott's agent Lee burns the bodies of captive Chinese prostitutes who have died from malnourishment while under his control.
Wu is enraged and requests Swearengen's help to stop Lee. Because Lee is employed by Wolcott, who is in turn employed by George Hearst, Swearengen refuses any help until after negotiations over the town's future have been resolved.
Wu escapes Swearengen's house arrest at The Gem, but Johnny Burns stops him from exacting his revenge on Lee or being killed himself.
William Bullock is trampled by a horse that escapes during a failed gelding and dies several hours after.
His funeral is attended by many of Deadwood's citizens and the service is conducted by former card sharp Andy Cramed, who has returned to Deadwood an ordained minister.
George Hearst arrives in Deadwood and when he learns of the murders committed by Wolcott, confronts and fires him.
Hearst purchases the Grand Central hotel from E. The shamed Wolcott hangs himself. Tolliver claims to be in possession of a letter of confession in which Wolcott states that Hearst was aware of his murderous ways, yet continued his employment.
Al Swearengen negotiates with George Hearst on behalf of Mr. Wu, and they agree that Wu can regain his status if his people prove to be better workers than those of the "San Francisco cocksucker" Lee.
Wu and Swearengen's henchmen plan vengeance in Deadwood's Chinatown. The operation is successful and Wu slits the throat of his rival.
After much dealing and double-dealing on the part of Swearengen and Silas Adams, the official papers confirming Deadwood's annexation into Yankton territory are signed by Bullock and Swearengen with Hugo Jarry present.
Andy Cramed stabs Tolliver outside the Bella Union. Season three begins six weeks after the events of season 2. Government and law, as well as the interests of powerful commercial entities, begin to enter the town as Deadwood prepares itself for entry into Dakota Territory.
Hearst has several of his own Cornish miners murdered when they attempt to unionize. Angered that Hearst had someone killed in the Gem, Al cancels the election debates in an attempt to reassert his position in the camp.
To teach Al a lesson and force him to help Hearst buy Alma's claim, Hearst has his lead henchman Captain Turner restrain Al, then chops off one of his fingers.
Over Ellsworth's strong objections, Alma meets with Hearst to discuss buying her claim. Hearst becomes furious when she offers him a merely non-controlling interest and behaves menacingly towards Alma, but then allows her to leave without following through on his implied threat of rape.
Tolliver slowly recovers after being stabbed and gets back on his feet. Hearst knows Cy is lying about having a letter from Wolcott but decides to employ Cy to help deal with the members of the camp.
Traveling actor Jack Langrishe arrives in Deadwood with his theatre troupe. He is an old friend of Swearengen's and eventually buys the former Chez Amis from Joannie Stubbs on condition that he build a new school house for the camp's children.
Hostetler and Samuel Fields return to the camp to find that Steve has taken over the livery. Bullock mediates between them, eventually getting Hostetler to agree to sell the Livery to Steve.
Steve's ranting, racial slurs and impugning of Hostetler's honor finally drive the latter over the edge and he shoots himself.
Another miner is killed. Alma is once again using dope. Leon confesses to Cy that he is Alma's supplier.
Cy relays this news to Hearst but Hearst is still angry from his encounter with Bullock and believes that if Tolliver had told him this useful news beforehand he might not have provoked the sheriff.
A furious Tolliver tells Leon to do nothing, but Leon, afraid of being implicated in Alma's murder, has already cut her off. Suspecting that Alma's return to drugs is due to her unhappiness at being married to a man she doesn't love, Ellsworth moves out of their house.
They later agree to separate and Alma is able to stop taking the laudanum. Hearst brings a large force of Pinkertons to the camp and encourages them to stir up trouble.
Swearengen holds a meeting to decide what to do about Hearst. The town leaders are unable to decide on any direct action, other than to publish a letter from Bullock to the wife of one of the murdered miners that subtly highlights Hearst's callousness.
Hearst has Merrick beaten for publishing it. Alma is shot at in the street. Swearengen takes her into the Gem and orders Dan to kidnap and restrain Ellsworth.
Al guesses, correctly, that Hearst ordered the shooting, in an attempt to provoke then kill Ellsworth when he comes to Alma's aid.
Hearst sends his second, the same man that beat Merrick and possibly also shot at Alma, to negotiate with Swearengen; Al kills him after extracting information.
The town unites to protect Alma as she returns to work at the bank. Hearst has Ellsworth assassinated in his tent at Alma's mine.
Trixie shoots Hearst in revenge for Ellsworth's death but fails to kill him. Fearing for her and Sofia's lives and unwilling to make the camp responsible for her protection, Alma sells her claim to Hearst to avoid further bloodshed.
Bullock receives discouraging news about the county election returns in his race for sheriff against Harry Manning, all the while knowing Hearst may have manipulated the results using Federal soldiers brought in to vote for his handpicked candidate elsewhere in the county.
Hearst demands that the whore who shot him be executed. Swearengen and Wu gather a militia in case a war breaks out. Al murders the prostitute Jen, despite Johnny's objections, in the hope of passing her corpse off as Trixie and placating Hearst.
The ruse works and Hearst leaves Deadwood, giving over control of "all his other-than-mining interests" to Tolliver. Tolliver points a gun at Hearst from his balcony and wants to shoot him but instead watches as Bullock sees a smirking Hearst out of the camp.
Enraged that Hearst is cutting him off, Tolliver takes his frustrations out on Leon by stabbing him in the femoral artery.
Johnny and Al speak briefly of Jen's death, before Al returns to scrubbing her bloodstain. In , past and present residents of Deadwood are reunited to celebrate South Dakota's impending entrance into the Union as the 40th state.
On June 5, , HBO and creator David Milch agreed to make two two-hour television films in place of a fourth season, after Milch declined a short-order of six episodes.
This was because in the show's original format, each season portrayed two weeks in the life of Deadwood, with each episode representing one day.
The final two-hour format would release these time restraints and allow for a broader narrative to finish off the series. In an interview on October 1, , actor Ian McShane claimed that the show's sets were due to be dismantled, and the movies would not be made;  however, he was referring to the show-related set pieces, i.
You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Nominated for 8 Primetime Emmys. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Timothy Olyphant Seth Bullock Ian McShane Al Swearengen Molly Parker Alma Ellsworth Paula Malcomson Trixie W.
Earl Brown Dan Dority Dayton Callie Charlie Utter Kim Dickens Joanie Stubbs Brad Dourif Doc Cochran Anna Gunn Martha Bullock John Hawkes Sol Star Leon Rippy Tom Nuttall William Sanderson Farnum Robin Weigert Calamity Jane Brent Sexton Harry Manning Sean Bridgers Edit Storyline Events unfold in - about ten years after the series ended - as dignitaries and most of the series regulars gather to celebrate South Dakota's statehood.
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