David accidentally befriends a depressed Rock star called Lisa Swan who is being dominated by her manager/sister.

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Dr. David Banner
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The Incredible Hulk
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David accidentally befriends a depressed Rock star called Lisa Swan who is being dominated by her manager/sister.

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The punk singer Lisa Swan is played by Mackenzie Phillips, who was the real life daughter of John Phillips, the leader of the group The Mamas and the Papas. See more »

Goofs

When Lisa is drinking in her home, a shot of the bottle (Raleigh Rye) is shown. Just above the top of the label, you can clearly see "Jack Daniel's" (in positive relief) on the bottle. (BTW, There was an actual "Raleigh Rye" Whiskey around the beginning of the 20th Century.) See more »

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Jack McGee: Well, word is out that you had unexpected company.
Ken: King Kong City, man, but green and big. And I do mean big.
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On the song credits the word 'music' is spelled 'muisc' See more »

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Featured in The Incredible Hulk: Proof Positive (1980) See more »

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Lisa's Tune
Music by Dave Fisher
Lyrics by Craig Buck
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The Singer
20 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is walking along a road at night when he witnesses a car crash involving a popular rock singer named Lisa Swan(played by Mackenzie Philips). Out of gratitude for his help, she offers him a job with her band, which he takes since he needs the money(despite knowing nothing about the band or job!) Lisa is a troubled young woman and drug-abuser who longs to sing more sensitive songs, but her controlling manager/sister insists she sing the hard rock her fans crave, which causes tension that will give David trouble... Strange season three opener overcomes its overbearing rock music to portray an interesting look at drug abuse, and how the Hulk handles it...


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