Banner uses forged documents to take the place of safety inspector Robert Patterson in order to get access to Gamma ray inversion equipment at a power plant when an earthquake hits.

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Dr. Diane Joseph
Peter Brandon ...
Ted Hammond
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Turner
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Paul (as Kene Holliday)
Lynne Topping ...
Nancy
Brett Hadley ...
Ron Harris
Roberta Sherwood ...
Mrs. Waverly
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Dr. Patterson
Arthur Rosenberg ...
Larry Saenz
Diane Markoff ...
Janet
Laird Stuart ...
Reporter (as Robbyn Stuart)
Pamela Nelson ...
Marsha
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Banner uses forged documents to take the place of safety inspector Robert Patterson in order to get access to Gamma ray inversion equipment at a power plant when an earthquake hits.

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Uses stock footage from Earthquake (1974). See more »

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Ted Hammond: Doctor Patterson, Doctor Joseph.
Dr. Diane Joseph: Diane Joseph. Hello.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Hello.
Dr. Diane Joseph: Mr. Hammond's recitation of your ah, vast experience led me to believe you were a much older person.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Well, if that's a compliment, I'll take it.
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Edited from The Incredible Hulk: The Incredible Hulk (1977) See more »

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The Earthquake
18 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) forges documents of safety expert Robert Patterson in order to gain access to a nuclear power plant's gamma ray equipment, specifically a gamma ray inversion laser that may finally cure him. Unfortunately, this ruse is discovered, but then by coincidence an earthquake also happens, trapping David and the staff in the damaged facility, forcing them to tunnel their way out to safety, but how is David going to get away this time? Contrived but entertaining episode at least makes good use of stock footage from inferior feature film "Earthquake". Rare case of David breaking/bending the law to get what he needs.


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