The Incredible Hulk (1978–1982)
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Mobsters want to dispose of an old gangster while he's in hospital. They kidnap the son of David 'Breck''s landlady so he has to let them into the hospital he works at as an orderly. David ... See full summary »

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Mobsters want to dispose of an old gangster while he's in hospital. They kidnap the son of David 'Breck''s landlady so he has to let them into the hospital he works at as an orderly. David teams up with another tenant, a washed up ex cop, to find the boy before his time runs out. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Timmy's lunchbox is a "space exploration" lunchbox from the 1950's, making it about 25 years old at the time this episode was filmed. See more »

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Sam Monte: [to David] There's nothing, nothing savage in you. I know, I can tell.
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The Kidnapping
21 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) works as an orderly at a local hospital near his current apartment, where he has befriended a nice lady(played by Sheila Larken) and her son. Unfortunately, there is an ailing gangster staying at the hospital that rival mobsters want to kill, and they decide to kidnap the young boy to force David to use his job as orderly to let them in the hospital in order to kill him, as he is being guarded. David enlists the help of a former policeman, now down-on-his-luck(played by Marc Alaimo) to help, which would mean his redemption. Mostly fine episode is nothing new, but has good direction and performances, particularly from frequent guest star Alaimo.


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