David 'Blake' is working at an arcade in Times Square, where everybody pays off 'Uncle Jason'. David finds out two elderly men are planning to take matters into their own hands.

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Robert Alda ...
Jason Laird
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Norman Abrams
Arny Freeman ...
Leo Kahn
Pamela Susan Shoop ...
Carol Abrams (as Pamela Shoop)
Karl Held ...
Jonathan
Michael Mancini ...
Hank
Simmy Bow ...
Mr. Burns
Al Fann ...
Robert Benson
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David 'Blake' is working at an arcade in Times Square, where everybody pays off 'Uncle Jason'. David finds out two elderly men are planning to take matters into their own hands.

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31 March 1978 (USA)  »

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Easter Egg - On the wall of the arcade, near the office, is a small replica of Captain America's original shield, with the phrase, "Old Soldiers Never Die". See more »

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When the Hulk runs throughout Times Square, it is obvious that the people are almost oblivious to him. The screams are dubbed in over people carrying on their business, as when the Hulk runs in front of a crowd of people crossing the street. See more »

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Hank: Mr. Jason Laird would like you to come to his place.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Well, that's very gracious of him. I appreciate the invitation, but I have business upstairs.
Hank: Look, you really don't wanna make me angry. And I really don't wanna make you angry. So, please, don't be difficult.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: I have business upstairs.
Hank: Hey. You really don't want anything to happen to that nice little girl that just walked out the door, do you?
Dr. David Bruce Banner: No, I don't.
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References Julia (1977) See more »

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The Arcade
18 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) works at an arcade in Times Square New York for a kindly old man named Norman Abrams(played by Jack Kruschen) , while his daughter Carol(played by Pamela Shoop) shows romantic interest in him. Meanwhile, Norman and another friend are being strong-armed by a local racketeer named Uncle Jason(played by Robert Alda) to pay their protection money, but are going broke, so decide to kill him instead, forcing David to extreme lengths to stop them, and bust Jason. Well filmed on real locations give this realism, and the plot is standard but still serviceable. The sight of the Hulk running through the streets of Times Square is now iconic.


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