David 'Brown' is flying from San Francisco to Chicago only to find out some of the crew are plotting to steal the Egyptian artifacts on board.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Jack McGee (credit only)
Denise Galik ...
Howard Honig ...
Mr. Leggit
Mr. MacIntire
Susan Cotton ...
Del Hinkley ...
Captain Brandes
J. Jay Saunders ...
Shirley O'Hara ...
Mrs. MacIntire
Barbara Mealy ...


David 'Brown' is flying from San Francisco to Chicago only to find out some of the crew are plotting to steal the Egyptian artifacts on board.

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7 April 1978 (USA)  »

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Howard Honig, portraying Mr. Leggit, also appears as a passenger in Airplane and Airplane II: The Sequel. Both films are parodies dealing with flight disasters. See more »


The Hulk slips on some hydraulic fluid from a ruptured cable and falls out of the airplane hatch. When he pulls himself up, the hydraulic fluid is gone. A subsequent shot shows the cable still spewing the fluid. See more »


Mr. Leggit: You know, Kevin, I have to make a confession. There's something about flying that's always terrified me.
Kevin: What's that, Mr. Leggit?
Mr. Leggit: Being in the air.
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Edited from Airport 1975 (1974) See more »

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Banner Goes Green Twice
15 January 2012 | by (north dakota) – See all my reviews

For viewers that want to see the Hulk rampage a bit, this isn't the episode for you. Bill Bixby turns into Lou Ferrigno just twice in 747. First he tangles with a pilot trying to dump him out of the plane in the snow-capped wilderness... which makes him angry, then he has to get angry in order to land the plane. The Hulk has little to do in this episode, with the exception of the show's final three minutes. 747 centers more on story than angering Dr. Banner.

A pilot and his sexy stewardess gal pal(Currie) plan to hijack a King Tut exhibit and hit it to South America. Unfortantely for them, Banner is on the flight and thwarts their plans. When Currie drugs the co-pilot and the Hulk knocks out the crooked pilot, there is no one left to fly the plane, which is suffering from a leak. A kid on board (Cruz) knows a thing or two about flying as Banner must land the craft with the kid and good girl stewardess Denise Galik looking over his shoulder. With the hydraulic leak, Banner doesn't have the strength to land the craft, so he shoos Cruz and Galik out of the cabin, goes green, and takes care of business.

Although this episode failed to employ the Hulk well, it was entertaining and kept you on the edge of your seat. The acting was quite well with Bixby shining as always and Currie doing an adequate job as the swayed-to-do-wrong stewardess. Cruz is okay as the bookish teen and the lovely Denise Galik is in fine form with her supporting role as the stewardess Banner can actually rely on. Although her stewardess skirt was quite hideous, Denise looked great in the mile high uniform.

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