David 'Barnard' subjects himself to an experimental DNA test but finds out his doctor's accomplices are gathering newborn babies for similar research.

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Jack McGee
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The Incredible Hulk
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Carrie (as Diane Civita)
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David 'Barnard' subjects himself to an experimental DNA test but finds out his doctor's accomplices are gathering newborn babies for similar research.

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12 May 1978 (USA)  »

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The Hulk's grunting sounds just like the Gorn creature in Star Trek's "Arena", presumably because the same actor, Ted Cassidy, provided the voices for both. See more »

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During the first scene on the side of the road between David and Carrie there is a constant change between bright sunlight and dark overcast. See more »

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[in the aftermath of the Hulk's appearance at the hospital]
Chief Nurse: Some reporter from the National Register has been calling everyone to get the story.
Crosby: Sounds like something they'd go for.
Chief Nurse: Well, he's really been a pest. Tied up one of my nurses for fifty minutes talking about it, as if she didn't have anything better to do.
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The Matrix
18 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is going to be volunteering in an unauthorized lab experiment conducted by Dr. Stan Rhodes(played by Andrew Robinson) in order to find his elusive cure. As luck would have it, Dr. Rhodes(in an effort to fund his experiments) is involved in an illegal baby brokering scheme at the Matrix labs run by his assistant Ellen(played by Julie Adams) which involves a young woman named Carrie David befriended along the way. Now David must overcome the sabotaged effects of the experiment in order to save Carrie and shut done the criminal enterprise. Interesting casting of "Dirty Harry" villain Robinson and Classic monster movie actress Adams in acceptable episode dealing with a controversial subject.


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