David 'Braemer' meets an old Chinese master on the road who is on his way back to the school he founded in San Francisco. There they find one of his students running his old neighborhood with fear and corruption.

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Jack McGee (credit only)
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Irene Yah-Ling Sun ...
May Chuan
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Frank Silva (as Tom Lee Holland)
Joseph Kim ...
Mr. Fong
Richard Lee-Sung ...
Simon Ming
Jane Chung ...
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Jim Fong
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David 'Braemer' meets an old Chinese master on the road who is on his way back to the school he founded in San Francisco. There they find one of his students running his old neighborhood with fear and corruption.

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27 October 1978 (USA)  »

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Obvious stunt double for Steve Silver during his face off with Li Sung. See more »

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Li Sung: I almost wish I could be going with you. We had good times together, on the road. Good talk. And my cooking wasn't that bad, was it?
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References The Incredible Hulk: Married (1978) See more »

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The Master
19 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) befriends an Asian man named Li Sung(played by Mako) on the road who turns out to be a blind Martial Arts master on his way to his old school in San Francisco after taking a walking tour of America. Once they get there, Li Sung is dismayed to find that a former pupil of his has turned the school into a front for his criminal activities, and becomes determined to stop him, as David helps him, and in turn is taught meditation techniques to control the Hulk, who nonetheless emerges to fight the villains...Memorable episode with a fine performance by Mako and an interesting approach to solving David's Hulk problem.


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