Now that Del Frye has re-awakened his gamma-powered creature, Dr. Banner races against time to synthesize an antidote, which may also rid him of The Hulk.

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Now that Del Frye has re-awakened his gamma-powered creature, Dr. Banner races against time to synthesize an antidote, which may also rid him of The Hulk. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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13 March 1981 (USA)  »

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When Frye's Creature knocks down the tree, the prop line pulling the tree down is visible. See more »

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Elizabeth Collins: He wants do it himself Mr McGee you should leave him alone.
Jack McGee: I Can't Ms Collins no matter how kind how gentle the other man may seem to you the Hulk is a very Real Danger and I will not leave him alone.
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Brother from another mother
2 January 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

David (Bixby) discovers a Hulk creature that pre-dates his own alter ego and more importantly, the man (Townes) who cured himself of the beast long ago. But when the original Hulk (Townes as the man, Dick Durock as the creature) is resurrected, David finds himself compelled to help reverse the metamorphosis with the assistance of Townes' long-suffering wife (Lola Albright).

The confrontation between the two Hulks, while much anticipated, is a mis-match, such is the obvious muscular superiority of Ferrigno's Hulk. While matched in height, and both green in clothes cut to ribbons, there's nothing else remotely similar about the two Hulks and the tussle is a very one-sided bout. Despite this, Townes' motivations for wanting to restore his inner Hulk earn sympathy, and Bixby's realisation that he isn't cured of the Hulk is another emotive setback for the lonely traveller on his journey to cure the rage.

Billy Green Bush is notable as the local sheriff whom Jack MacGee (Colvin) approaches to help capture the Hulk, and the always attractive Lola Albright lends a certain prestige in one of her last screen roles to date. It's a top ten Hulk double-episode.


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