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Director:
Writer (WGA):
Gerald Di Pego (written by)
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Release Date:
18 February 1990 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
For 12 years, he's been running. Tonight, it's over. Tonight, David Banner will find freedom . . . or death. See more »
Plot:
During the critical experiment that would rid David Banner of the Hulk,a spy sabotages the laboratory... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Bill Bixby ... David Banner

Lou Ferrigno ... The Hulk

Elizabeth Gracen ... Jasmin
Philip Sterling ... Dr. Ronald Pratt

Barbara Tarbuck ... Amy Pratt

Anna Katarina ... Bella / Voshenko (as Anna Katerina)

John Novak ... Zed

Andreas Katsulas ... Kasha

Chilton Crane ... Betty

Carla Ferrigno ... Bank Teller

Duncan Fraser ... Tom

Dwight McFee ... Brenn (as Dwight Mcfee)
Lindsay Bourne ... Crane
Mina E. Mina ... Pauley
Marlane O'Brien ... Luanne Cole

Garwin Sanford ... Shoup
Justin DiPego ... Dodger (as Justin Di Pego)

Fred Henderson ... Aaron Colmer
Judith Maxie ... Carbino
French Tickner ... George Tilmer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Knox McGugan ... Alley Thug (uncredited)

Susan Sullivan ... Dr. Elaina Marks (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sonny Surowiec ... Terrorist (uncredited)

Directed by
Bill Bixby 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Gerald Di Pego (written by)

Produced by
Bill Bixby .... executive producer
Robert Ewing .... producer
Hugh Spencer-Phillips .... producer
 
Original Music by
Lance Rubin 
 
Cinematography by
Chuck Colwell (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Janet Ashikaga 
 
Casting by
Barbara Claman 
Jan Powell 
 
Production Design by
Douglas Higgins 
 
Art Direction by
Eric Fraser 
 
Set Decoration by
Kim MacKenzie  (as Kim Mackenzie)
 
Costume Design by
Trish Keating 
 
Makeup Department
Susan Boyd .... hair stylist
Jayne Dancose .... head makeup artist
Tibor Farkas .... makeup artist: Lou Ferrigno
Bill Terezakis .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Casey Grant .... production manager
Larry Levin .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jack Hardy .... second assistant director
Lee Knippelberg .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Phil Gough .... assistant property master
Craig Henderson .... construction coordinator
Ignacio McBurney .... On Set Dresser
Wayne McLaughlin .... property master (as Wayne Mclaughlin)
 
Sound Department
Lars Ekstrom .... sound mixer
Charles Bruce .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Dean Lockwood .... special effects
 
Stunts
John Anderson .... stunt pilot
Curt Bonn .... stunt performer
Curt Bonn .... stunt rigging coordinator
Edward J. Ulrich .... stunt coordinator (as Ed Ulrich)
Steve Wright .... stunt pilot
Jim Dunn .... stunts (uncredited)
David Jacox .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dillard Brinson .... key grip
Robert Ennis .... camera operator (as Bob Ennis)
Stephen Jackson .... gaffer
Jay Stroburg .... rigging electrician
Lisa Robison .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Annette McCaffrey .... extras casting
Trish Robinson .... casting: Vancouver
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Debbie Douglas .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Jennifer Vejar .... assistant editor
Marta Victoria .... post-production assistant
 
Music Department
Diane Griffen .... music editor
Joseph Harnell .... composer: original theme music
Patricia Peck .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Jake Callihoo .... transportation coordinator
Joe Lehnert .... transportation captain
Derek Rama .... transportation captain
Lawrence Albright .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Shelley Crawford .... script supervisor
Penny Gibbs .... production coordinator
Brenda Horner .... contact lens consultant (as Brenda Horner O.D.)
Tracey Jeffrey .... location manager
Stan Lee .... consultant to producers
Kristin MacDonald .... production coordinator (as Kristin Macdonald)
Laura Michael .... assistant to producers
Elizabeth Pontsa .... production auditor
Richard L. Silver .... contact lens consultant (as Richard L. Silver O.D.)
John-Paul Holecka .... office production assistant (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Death of the Incredible Hulk: The Movie" - USA (video box title)
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Runtime:
USA:95 min
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Certification:
Germany:12 | UK:PG | UK:12 (DVD re-rating) (2003) | USA:Not Rated

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Trivia:
The set that was used to film the Hulk's final scene initially remained intact because of plans for a fourth post-series "Hulk" TV-movie (which had two working titles: "Rebirth of the Incredible Hulk" and "Revenge of the Incredible Hulk"). However, Bill Bixby's death prevented the proposed installment from being made.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: In the final scene, before the Hulk lands, the ground he lands on can be seen to move right before he lands on it.See more »
Quotes:
[David stands at Pratt's blackboard where his formula notes are written and he points at the start of the notes as he looks at Pratt, who is seated at his desk]
David Banner:I was at this far twelve years ago. I thought I knew so much.
Dr. Ronald Pratt:You were one of the pioneers.
David Banner:I was a patient. I read all of your papers on everything. Developmental growth factors, molecular genetics, cryogenics. Even then you were chasing the healing powers. But I was after the extra strength, the superhuman unexplained strength that all humans are capable of during moments of danger.
Dr. Ronald Pratt:I read all of your papers too. You were the first to use radiation.
David Banner:But I moved too fast. I experimented on myself. And...
Dr. Ronald Pratt:And now you have that strength.
David Banner:Now I have a mutation, near the rage center of my brain. And during moments of anger or fear, it secrets a hormone and I become a mutant thing, a beast until that rage ends. Now the world thinks that I'm dead, but they also think that this creature inside of me is a murderer and they may some day be right! It's not human! Maybe it's what we were before we became human. Maybe it's the worst of us. I never see it. My conscious mind stops. I can't control it.
[David points at the end of the formula written on the blackboard]
David Banner:But do you know what comes next?
[...]
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
And so it ends, 11 August 2013
Author: mutty-mcflea from Lincolnshire, UK

The Hulk's live action TV career comes to a close with this bore, the third in a series of reunion movies. It's better than the first two but as formulaic as the series could be, surely after 80 episodes something better than this was in order?

The plot sees the ever likable Bill Bixby secretly working with a scientist to cure his problem while a gang of crooks try to steal the formula. There's not a lot of Hulk action in this one but every so often Bixby gets angry, out come the green contact lenses and close-ups of tearing clothes, and Lou Ferrigno smashes stuff up, at which point it's impossible for me not to feel about 8 years old. By 1990 the moment had passed, though, and it all looks a bit tired.

The script gives the poor actors some excruciating dialogue, but most of them can't act anyway so it doesn't really matter. A dull anti-climax.

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