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Prometheus: Part II 

Project Prometheus gathers a group of scientists to study the captured Hulk, whom they suspect of being an extra-terrestrial. Jack McGee has sneaked into the secret compound, and after ... See full summary »

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Project Prometheus gathers a group of scientists to study the captured Hulk, whom they suspect of being an extra-terrestrial. Jack McGee has sneaked into the secret compound, and after freeing David's blind girlfriend he tries to convince the specialists about the value of what they have caught. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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When David is stuck mid-transformation, the long shots were of bodybuilder Ric Drasin and close ups were of Bill Bixby. In the DVD audio commentary for this two-part episode, executive producer Kenneth Johnson stated that he wanted someone with a bigger body than Bixby but not as big as Lou Ferrigno. Therefore, Drasin was brought in to play the half-Hulk half-human David Banner (also known as the "Demi-Hulk") in those long shots. See more »

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Jack McGee: Who was that you just admitted?
Soldier: Dr. Charlene McGowan, sir.
Jack McGee: Oh, rats. Just missed her. Open up, then.
Soldier: Yes, sir. She is headed to be sterilized, sir.
Jack McGee: Right.
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References The War of the Worlds (1953) See more »

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The Project
21 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

In the second part of the season opener, David Banner(Bill Bixby) and Katie Maxwell(Laurie Prange) have been captured by the military in a scientific project called Prometheus. David is still the Hulk, whom the project members think is an extra-terrestrial, unsuspecting it is really a man, though dogged reporter Jack McGee(Jack Colvin) gets wind of this big development and sneaks his way onto the base to fill the military in on the Hulk, who finally pounds his way free of the dome and escapes... Equally exciting conclusion to this story has lots of action and fine direction, leading to a memorable end, and making up for the contrived plot.


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