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 ...
Ambulance Attendant (as John Dewey-Carter)
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Doctor
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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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Vega$ Hulk
27 January 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

While working an odd job for a casino, David (Bixby) intervenes to save the life of an informant (Santoro) who's near-fatally beaten by casino boss' (Crawford) thugs after it's discovered he holds incriminating evidence that would bring the casino boss down. Santoro's wife (Gregg) manages to deposit the evidence in a safe place until Jack McGee (Colvin) can recover and publish it; a tense race ensues to retrieve the evidence and silence the witnesses.

Veteran supporting actor Crawford is icy as the brawny crime boss not averse to getting his hands dirty, while his right hand man Lee (Marshall) is cucumber-cool as the charismatic stand-over merchant of pain. Julie Gregg and pert Simone Griffeth balance out the testosterone, and while Griffeth's role as a casino croupier is largely frivolous, Gregg has a more intrinsic role to the storyline as Santoro's apparently long-suffering wife. Overall, the cast is a highlight of this season one episode.

Two great hulk-out moments punctuate the suspense, the climax in particular tantalisingly close to revealing the Hulk's alter ego after he emerges from a make-shift grave. Engrossing episode with standout performances by Crawford and Marshall in particular.


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