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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Episode cast overview:
Jack Colvin ...
Jack McGee (credit only)
Richard Loo ...
Kam Chong
Irene Yah-Ling Sun ...
William Chimoda
Beulah Quo ...
Sgt. Jack Keeler
Tony Mumolo ...
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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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Huyn: This is Tam, your mail-order bride.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Mail-order bride?
Huyn: And all the time, David, you let me think that you did not want a wife.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: I don't, and in this country, you can't order a bride through the mail.
Huyn: Haha, I know many girls who were send for by American men. Ordered through the Cattle-Book.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Catalogue.
Huyn: That is what I said.
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Hulk goes ape in Little China!!!!!!!
21 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not a bad episode of the Hulk. Not good either, just so-so. It does feature two huge character actors of the 40's, 50's, and 60's. First the always dependable William Windon, who guest starred hundreds of times on some of the 60's and 70's most popular series. Windon plays a tough on the outside, soft in the middle cop who finds his new love tied up in the Chinese mafia, in San Francisco.

Secondly, this episode features Richard Loo, possibly the most famous Asian character actor of his time. Mostly playing bad japs in war movies, he ended up getting everso steady work as Asian heavies such as the Kam Chong character portrayed in this work.

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