David 'Blackwell' is paralyzed after being hit by a car. He becomes convinced with the idea that the Hulk's powers of regeneration could make him walk again.

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Denny Miller ...
Paul Corton
Peter Hobbs ...
Dr. Hart
Diane Shalet ...
Judy
William Bogert ...
Mr. Melton
Joe Dorsey ...
Al
Ralph Strait ...
Bartender
Alan Toy ...
Bobby
Hugh Smith ...
Bernie
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David 'Blackwell' is paralyzed after being hit by a car. He becomes convinced with the idea that the Hulk's powers of regeneration could make him walk again.

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27 March 1981 (USA)  »

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Denny Miller, who plays Paul Croton in this episode, also plays football player John Tobey in the Season 2 episode "Killer Instinct." In the scene where Miller's character is angrily smashing his football memorabilia, a picture of a football player can be seen. The uniform and jersey number are exactly the same as John Tobey's in "Killer Instinct," but the player's face cannot be seen clearly because of his helmet. See more »

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During the second Hulk Out, when the Hulk seats Paul Corton onto the bench, the Hulk's green make up can be seen on Paul's jean's leg and shirt. See more »

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Paul Corton: What about you? What's your story?
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Not much to tell. I've been moving from town to town.
Paul Corton: Hope you got that out of your system.
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Edited from The Incredible Hulk: The Incredible Hulk (1977) See more »

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Response to JoeG29
10 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is not really a review, but more of a response to the previous reviewer, JoeG29. His "review" comes off to me as more or less racist, republican propaganda and a pointless attack against liberals with no basis whatsoever. If the republicans weren't out there cutting taxes and at the same time making rich people richer while lower to middle class people continue to struggle, then Hollywood wouldn't make this "low class propaganda" for "liberal scum".

As far as "unemployable blacks" being the reason that most government jobs exist, what the **** do you mean by that? If it wasn't for racist bigots holding down blacks in the private sector, then there wouldn't be a need for blacks to seek aid from the government. Your mindset and singling out of black people by saying that they are "unemployable" just reeks of racial stereotyping because of the belief that blacks are lazy and don't want to work. It has been proved that a white person with a criminal record is more than likely to get hired for job than a black person with no record and ultimately more qualified. People like you are the reason why there is more government spending, not the liberal "scum". Other than that, this was a great episode of The Incredible Hulk with great acting by Bill Bixby.


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