Deadwood: Stories of the Black Hills

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Bloomsbury USA, Oct 17, 2006 - Photography - 224 pages

After just two seasons, Deadwood® has become one of cable's highest rated series, a symbol of how great television can be when pushed to its limits. From the masterful acting to the surprisingly credible re-creation of a Western gold-rush town to the grippingly profane dialogue, Deadwood® is television made at the highest level of craft. Deadwood® is a vividly illustrated and comprehensive companion volume that brings fans behind the scenes to get the full story of HBO®'s award-winning drama—from Custer's opening of the Black Hills (and defeat by the Sioux), to the compelling story of the frontier Chinese and how they braved racism and formed a shadowy society in the west. With unprecedented access, the book gives readers in-depth interviews with cast, crew, writers, designers, and historians. Original, specially commissioned photography provides a fresh look at the people and places of Deadwood®, with new portraits of the lead characters (based on actual persons), detailed depictions of the set (including the Gem Saloon and Jack Langrishe's theater), and images revealing how the show is made, from costuming and makeup to the mixing of Deadwood® mud. A provocative, entertaining, and always evocative portrait of an era.

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User Review  - lyzk - Overstock.com

I bought this as a present for a big fan of the series. He loved the book. It is full of interviews with the stars some behind the scenes anecdotes etc. If youre a fan of Deadwood this is a good read for you. Im waiting for him to finish it so that I can read it. Read full review

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User Review  - Teodora - Goodreads

Again, this is a screenplay, not a book, but it is something I am reading so I thought I should add it. Fascinating! Love the characters, the stories, the cursing, the brutal harsh reality, the ... Read full review

Contents

THE BADGE AND THE
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38 CHAPTER 8
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INTOXICANTS
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David Milch is an award-winning screenwriter, producer, and director. He spent five seasons with Hill Street Blues as executive story editor and executive producer. In 1992, Milch co-created the history-making police drama NYPD Blue, which earned high ratings and multiple Emmy® Awards, including Best Drama Series and Best Writing in a Drama. He is the creator of Deadwood®, which received 11 Emmy nominations in its first season (winning two), and earned McShane a Golden Globe for Best Actor. He lives in California.

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