David 'Butler' works at a car-wash in a black neighborhood run by a drug dealer with a black panther. He tries to help two orphans, the youngest of which is a diabetic.

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Jack McGee (credit only)
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Lee
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D.J.
Carl Anderson ...
Oscar
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Rev. Jack Williams
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Mrs. Dennison
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David 'Butler' works at a car-wash in a black neighborhood run by a drug dealer with a black panther. He tries to help two orphans, the youngest of which is a diabetic.

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31 January 1979 (USA)  »

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When the Hulk bursts out of the bathroom, the vanity is broken and the panther is nowhere to be seen; in the next shot the panther is cowering behind an intact vanity. See more »

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D.J.: [refering to the Hulk] Man, now that's what I call a colored man!
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Featured in The Incredible Hulk: Proof Positive (1980) See more »

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Decent "blaxploitation" Hulk adventure
14 September 2009 | by (detroit, MI) – See all my reviews

"Incredible Hulk" meets "Car Wash" meets standard 70's urban-action movie plot..

David is the "minority" in this plot, working at an inner-city car wash.. there's the stock "militant" who has a problem in general with "Whitey".. also a younger kid, who's a type-1 diabetic, looking after himself.. the main threat involves a drug lord who asserts himself into the lives of the locals..

there are too many subplots here.. the one about the young kids is fine, but there's also another guy who's on parole, and who nervously points a gun at the hulk in the climax-- but doesn't shoot-- this episode features the line "now that's what I call a colored man"-- referring to the Hulk, of course..

a drug lord's pet black panther is named "Huey"-- presumably a pun on the radical activist Huey P. Newton..

Ernie Hudson plays a heavy here-- he would go on to play the heroic Winston in the "Ghostbusters" movies, also the HBO series "Oz", and more..


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