Banner has lost his memory after a car crash. With his face wrapped in bandages, he accepts Jack McGee's proposition to see a specialist. Unfortunately, their plane goes down in the woods ... See full summary »

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Banner has lost his memory after a car crash. With his face wrapped in bandages, he accepts Jack McGee's proposition to see a specialist. Unfortunately, their plane goes down in the woods and Jack injures his legs. Now it is up to David to get them out of there. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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The first episode where the hulk changes only once instead of the usual twice per episode. See more »

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Dr. David Bruce Banner: I wanna thank you very much for all you've done.
Jack McGee: Aw, it's alright. Chalk it up to Jack McGee's good deed for the decade.
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John Doe
19 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) accepts a ride from an emotionally distraught(her husband just left her) and drunk country singer named Rose(played by Victoria Carroll) who proceeds to involve them in a serious car crash where she is killed, and David ends up in the hospital, heavily bandaged and suffering from amnesia. The National Register does a series of human interest stories on him, and of course send Jack McGee (Jack Colvin) out to interview him. The paper charters a private airplane to take David to see a specialist, but unfortunately it crashes in the wilderness, with Jack breaking his leg and David forced to help him as a forest fire comes upon them... Exciting opening in this memorable two-parter.


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