The Incredible Hulk (1978–1982)
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The Hulk Breaks Las Vegas 

David is working as a card shill in Vegas when he learns his Casino owning boss is crooked. To complicate matters, the people holding the evidence are acquaintances of Jack McGee.

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Wanda
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Tom Edler
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Ed Campion
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Lee
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Cathy
John Dewey Carter ...
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Charlie (as Charles Picerni)
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David is working as a card shill in Vegas when he learns his Casino owning boss is crooked. To complicate matters, the people holding the evidence are acquaintances of Jack McGee.

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21 April 1978 (USA)  »

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The iconic Hulk transformation sound is first heard in this episode. See more »

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After the hulk destroys a craps table, a gambler finds the dice on the floor to see a 3 and a 4, claiming to have won. The next shot show him still exclaiming he won, although the dice now read 3 and 5. See more »

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Ed Campion: [to David] Get the recorder to Jack. Put it in his hand. Promise me.
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the use of blue key made it laughable by moments
2 May 2013 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

It was so nice to see old Vegas as it never will be again and that's almost the best I can say about this episode. Why they ever decided to shot it in Las Vegas is a big question because you can see clearly that it was never shot over there. The use of blue key teared this episode down. Oh yes, there are a lot of shots of Vegas but never with our guests in it and if they do it's as stated blue key. That they used blue key while driving that I can take but to see the hulk running before a blue key was a bit laughable.

Still, it's a classic episode were by coincidence David runs in a men being hit by a car. Getting involved with the man rescue he has been given a voice recorder. From there David runs in trouble but not only that, Jack McGee, the reporter, is close on his heels because he's related to the victim.

There's even a scene were McGee finally comes in front of the hulk, asking him of he know David Banner. It's very close that the alter-ego has been revealed.

A bit weak in story and of course that particular part with the blue key.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 1,5/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5


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