HBO Deadwood actors Q&A at the Bullock Hotel

On June 24, 2005, eleven HBO Deadwood actors held a question and answer session at the Bullock Hotel following a photo shoot in the street during their visit to the real Deadwood, SD. They are: * Robin Weigert (Calamity Jane) * Paula Malcomson (Trixie) * W. Earl Brown (Dan Dority) * Jim Beaver (Ellsworth) * Sean Bridgers (Johnny Burns) * Titus Welliver (Silas Adams) * Peter Jason (Con Stapleton) * Richard Gant (Hostetler) * Franklin Ajaye (Samuel Fields, The N*gger General) * Pasha D. Lychnikoff (Russian telegraph operator Blazanov) * Monty “Hawkeye” Henson (Silas Adams’ henchman Hawkeye)

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25 Responses to “HBO Deadwood actors Q&A at the Bullock Hotel”

  1. Nothing to add.
    Your 100% Correct.

  2. I just watched all three seasons recently within a week and a half. I cannot express how upset I am at how they ended the show. It was clearly meant to go on through a fourth season. We have no resolution at all to several plot lines. I am a huge fan of shows like The Wire and The Sopranos, Rome, 24, LOST, but none come even close to comparing to DeadWood. Really sucks they fucked it up.

  3. This was the best show ever. Fuck the people at HBO who ruined this.

  4. AWESOME cast

  5. Remember when HBO had great programming?

  6. tinylittlelifeform Reply July 20, 2009 at 12:26 am

    barely. distant days of yesteryear

  7. everyone here is right… deadwood shoulve gone onto a 4th+ season… the wire, sopranos and dexter are all great… deadwood is my personal fav and i dont think other great ones like sopranos / the wire / dexter etc can compare on an intellectual and emotional level

  8. hated Calamity Jane…why the fuck was she in forwarded thru her parts

  9. Calamity Jane’s character was annoying but necessary,and she got better as the season went on.She is supposed to make you cringe.
    Yeah and I have no idea why they never finished this. Criminal and a crying shame.
    Best damned TV show in ages.

  10. Calamity Jane was in there because the background of the show is mostly based on reality and real characters and she was one of the best known real characters in the real Deadwood. Her grave is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Deadwood. And Robin Weigert, who played her on the show, was nominated for an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2004 for her role so she must have been doing something right.

  11. Calamity Jane is one of the best and most uniquely acted characters in the show

  12. it pains me that deadwood is dead

  13. dexter isnt even in the same ballpark as sopranos, wire and deadwood. those 3 series are arguably the best of all time

  14. dexter isnt in the same ballpark as sopranos/wire/deadwood YET…. its still going, maybe you didnt know that but now you do

  15. GrissomLovesSara Reply March 1, 2010 at 4:54 pm

    The greatest of all time is very subjective. Sopranos wouldn’t even make my top 10. Deadwood would definitely make my top 10 as would Lost and BSG. I want to rent the Wire – I’ve heard so many good things about it

  16. So is the real one here in SD! Hear the gaming machines in the background? That is DW…

  17. holy shit it’s the nigger general!

  18. This was great I visited everyone and Titus is just so friendly and Paul oustanding personality. Jim, Hawkeye funny as can be. Brown just makes every one feel at ease. Big bear hugs. Holstedler and Little General I had great time visting with them. Calamity was very polite and fun to be around very pretty women. I want to get my photos up along with the concerts put on with Brown Sacred Cowboys and John Hawkins. Those two are the best dudes you could ever hope to me. And Titus is good looking.

  19. Milch, you fucked up

  20. ha! slot machines. good to see deadwood hasnt changed its gambling habbits

  21. @freedomfight2012 Rome was pretty darn good as well.

  22. Deadwood taught me how to speak English… Why did you stop it, cocksuckers???

  23. San Francisco cock-suckers!!

  24. It’s great to see them altogether here – though I do miss Richardson and his antlers.


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