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Deadwood - The Complete Second Season
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Deadwood - The Complete Second Season

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Director: Alan Taylor, Daniel Minahan, Edward Bianchi, Gregg Fienberg

Cast: Alan Taylor, Daniel Minahan, Edward Bianchi, Gregg Fienberg

The town of Deadwood faces monumental change as the locals anticipate the arrival of George Hearst in this release featuring all 12 episodes of Deadwood: Season Two.


The town of Deadwood faces monumental change as the locals anticipate the arrival of George Hearst in this release featuring all 12 episodes of Deadwood: Season Two.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Bill Pearis
This critically acclaimed HBO series about one of the West's wildest settlements in the days just following the Civil War mixes rich characterizations, gritty period detail, and dialogue that's as mannered as it is profane. Season 2 doesn't back down an inch, though some semblance of order is beginning to arrive in Deadwood: Telegraph poles are making their way into town, and the gold rush has attracted industrial miners. More important, Deadwood now has a sheriff -- hardware store owner Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) reluctantly accepted the position -- though it has hardly made the place any less lawless. Bullock's long-simmering feud with saloon owner Al Swearengen (Ian McShane) comes to a head in the two-part opener, "A Lie Agreed Upon," ending in a bloody confrontation that leaves nearly everyone in camp nursing wounds. Swearengen's main worries, however, concern rival saloon owner Cy Tolliver (Powers Boothe) and a particularly troublesome gallstone. Bullock has problems of his own: His brother's widow (Anna Gunn) has arrived in town to accept his offer of marriage, much to the dismay of Alma Garrett (Molly Parker), who may be pregnant with Bullock's child. She also has the richest gold claim in Deadwood, and her formation of a bank -- with help from Bullock's business partner, Sol (John Hawkes) -- ruffles feathers everywhere. Other problems Deadwood faces in Season 2: Pinkertons; crooked government officials; a particularly nasty company man (Garret Dillahunt); a Chinese prostitution ring; and the near-constant threat of death and violence. You may not want to live there, but this second visit to Deadwood only leaves you wanting to return.

Product Details

Release Date:
Hbo Home Video
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Over 90 minutes of bonus features, including: "The Real Deadwood: 1877" historical featurette; the "Making of the Season 2 finale" featurette; nine audio commentaries; and Deadwood daguerreotypes.

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Timothy Olyphant Seth Bullock
Dayton Callie Charlie Utter
Gordon Clapp Tailor
Ian McShane Al Swearengen
Jim Beaver Whitney Ellsworth
Kim Dickens Joanie Stubbs
Linda Wang Chinese Slavewhore
Nick Amandos Jack
Parisse Boothe Tess
Allen Keller Marvin
Anna Gunn Martha Bullock
Brad Dourif Doc Cochran
Gill Gayle Huckster
Jeffrey Jones A.W. Merrick
Robin Weigert Calamity Jane
Ashleigh Kizer Dolly
Jennifer Lutheran Jen
Leon Rippy Tom Nuttall
Ted Mann Rutherford
John Hawkes Sol Star
Johnny Rad Hoople
Keith Stevenson Chinese Whorehouse Customer
Paula Malcomson Trixie
David Redding Davey
Mei Melançon Chinese Slavewhore
Molly Parker Alma Garret
Sean Bridgers Johnny Burns
Powers Boothe Cy Tolliver

Technical Credits
Alan Taylor Director
Daniel Minahan Director
Edward Bianchi Director
Gregg Fienberg Director
Michael Almereyda Director
Steven Shill Director
Timothy Van Patten Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Deadwood: The Complete Second Season - Episodes 1-2
2. To the Letter of the Law [1:37]
3. Seductions and Provocation [6:51]
4. Welcome to Deadwood [7:07]
5. Trust and Clarity [9:32]
6. An Awkward Call [11:21]
7. A Home Truth [7:53]
2. Bullock's Proposal [1:37]
3. Talk Around Town [8:04]
4. Hard Living [8:53]
5. Disputes and Remedies [7:15]
6. Solving Nothing at Last [9:51]
7. Truth or Deceney [8:02]
Disc #2 -- Deadwood: The Complete Second Season - Episodes 3-4
2. Fresh Fish [1:37]
3. The Letter [7:11]
4. Work for Mr. Hearst [9:31]
5. A Difficult Lesson [8:03]
6. A Nice Cool Evening [14:29]
7. How it Hurts [8:27]
2. Innocent Trespasser [1:37]
3. The Commissioner [6:23]
4. Golden Rumors [11:58]
5. Upper or Lower [6:44]
6. The Click of the Gleet [9:43]
7. Gods and Mortals [6:29]
Disc #3 -- Deadwood: The Complete Second Season - Episodes 5-7
2. Al Is Back [1:37]
3. Penny Royal Tea [4:19]
4. The General [9:41]
5. Human Nature [12:12]
6. Hell's Constituents [8:53]
7. Who Has Dominion? [7:49]
2. New Employees [1:37]
3. Miss Isringhausen's Offer [6:33]
4. Danger in Waiting [12:48]
5. Beyond Surprise [4:13]
6. Provide the Cliff [3:01]
7. Another Man's Horse [7:12]
2. It Ends When You're Dead [1:37]
3. The Wrong Ox to Gore [8:24]
4. Siding With the Widow [7:30]
5. A Gathering of the Worthy [5:45]
6. To the World Being the World [9:59]
7. By Motives Unknown [10:36]
Disc #4 -- Deadwood: The Complete Second Season - Episodes 8-10
2. Larceny [1:37]
3. The Outside World [5:19]
4. A Fit of Temper [10:14]
5. The Bet [6:30]
6. A Modest Proposal [10:09]
7. One for the Ladies [8:16]
2. Agonies of the Damned [1:37]
3. An Independent Press [7:01]
4. The Money Monster [9:31]
5. A Question of Allegiance [5:56]
6. Of Joint Interest [5:06]
7. Chance and Circumstance [4:17]
2. Just a Boy [1:37]
3. Terms and Conditions [6:06]
4. The Other Patient [11:27]
5. Men of Experience [6:44]
6. Rest and Rise Together [8:18]
7. A Minister for Deadwood [6:51]
Disc #5 -- Deadwood: The Complete Second Season - Episodes 11-12
2. Pressing Concerns [1:37]
3. Backing Wu [5:21]
4. A Rare Encounter [7:01]
5. Preparing the Whores to Grieve [9:55]
6. The Service [8:32]
7. Deep Thoughts [6:52]
2. Wu Confronts Lee [1:37]
3. The Lucky Man [7:53]
4. There Is No Sin [10:48]
5. Lawful Bonds [9:18]
6. Vengeance Is Mine [10:06]
7. A Steady Course [7:14]

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Deadwood - The Complete Second Season 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The second season wasnt as great as the first,but it was still awesome. Lots of suspense in the last episode
RDBG More than 1 year ago
Deadwood season 2 is very good.However,it is not a exciting as the first season.Here the characters are being pretty established in their roles.The storylines are good and it has some excitement.The acting is good.New characters are added to help change the atmosphere and tension of the town.It is a very well written show.If you like westerns I believe a person would like this show.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Deadwood is simply, and without a doubt, the best- written, best-acted, best-cast television series in decades. The plotlines are outstanding, the characters are complex and morally ambiguous (as are most of us in real life) and not the cartoon-character, black-and-white caricatures that you see on so-called dramas such as "24," "CSI," or virtually anything else on network televison. And then there is the dialogue. While the faint of heart will go into apopleptic fits at the number of f-bombs dropped on the show, the truly attentive will luxuriate in the textured Victorian (as one reviewer has already put it, Shakespearean) speech of the characters. One of my great joys in watching this series is viewing each episode several times to take in the beauty and depth of the dialogue. It will be hard for HBO, or anyone else, to top Deadwood for sheer entertainment value. My only regret is that producer David Milch has accepted a lucrative offer to produce another series, meaning that season 3 will almost certainly be Deadwood's last. A must buy for DVD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The writing and dialogue will jump out at you right away, and this complex, heartbreaking drama will leave you thirsting for more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the whole concept,find it hard not to just sit and watch the whole season in one day.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One really shouldn't jump into these DVDs without first viewing Season One of "Deadwood". Unlike most television series, excluding those on HBO, plot lines are not neatly wrapped up in the course of an hour nor are they necessarily resolved over the course of the season. The language, while extremely profane, is also Shakespearian. The contrast between refinement and obscenity is a theme throughout the work. You will not find better-written or -acted characters anywhere on television or in 99.9% of movies. (See "Lion in Winter".) These stories are convoluted, violent and subtle, but there is also a great deal of humor. The monologues are incomparable, particularly as delivered by Ian McShane, Robin Wiegert and William Sanderson. If you are willing to pay close attention and might even consider watching a second time, this is the series for you. The three seasons of "Deadwood" are the only television programs I ever forsee buying for viewing in our home theater -- even considering "The Sopranos".
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hands down the best acted, scripted, plotted western in decades. Words alone do not do it justice. Watch/get OWN all three seasons. You owe it to yourself!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was very confused while I was watching this. Is it a TV show or what? Alot of it was in a foreign language that I could not identify. What the hey?
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