STK-ID 71802

Deadwood, South Dakota, VARIOUS SHOTS of the town of Deadwood. We see storefronts. We see the following signs: Rexall, Deadwood Gulch Art Gallery, Olson Guns & Supplies, The Spot Liquors, Free American Indian Museum, as well as a sign for a saloon. The pediment of a building bears the name Deetken and the date 1891. We see several building pediments bearing dates such as 1888 or 1878-1910. In a shop window, there is a sign advertising a rodeo. The local wax figure museum showcases the famous lawman James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok. He was murdered in cold blood in 1876 by Jack McCall with a bullet to the back of the head while playing poker at the Nuttal & Mann's Saloon. We see the saloon, which has now become a bar, with the mannequin of a hanged man on the front.


Excerpt from
Hard Rider
South Dakota
National Film Board
Available formats
Digital Video Disk, Reel 16 mm
Shooting format
16mm original ektachrome
Aspect ratio
Available resolutions
1920 x 1080