The Incredible Hulk: Season 4, Episode 11

East Winds (20 Feb. 1981)

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Chinese gangsters are after a gold treasure hidden in David 'Barrett' rented China Town apartment. An old cop has fallen in love with a girl forced to work for the gangster.



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Chinese gangsters are after a gold treasure hidden in David 'Barrett' rented China Town apartment. An old cop has fallen in love with a girl forced to work for the gangster.

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David Banner(Bill Bixby) is staying in Chinatown in San Francisco where he becomes the unknowing target of Chinese gangsters who are after a fortune of gold that is believed hidden in his apartment. David also gets mixed up with a Chinese woman who somehow becomes his mail order bride(!) which also brings on the attentions of a seasoned policeman named Jack Keeler(played by the ever dependable William Windom in his only series appearance). Poor David really suffers from bad luck in this episode, which is mostly a mediocre effort but helped greatly by the presence of Windom and some amusing scenes, colorful locale, and Hulk action.

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