David 'Barton' works in the kitchen of a tavern on the waterfront and helps the young widow who owns it to fight pushy union men.

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Josie
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Cliff McConnell
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Tony Kelly
Helen Page Camp ...
Sarah
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Marty Hammond
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Vic (as William Benedict)
Joseph V. Perry ...
First Mate (as Joe Perry)
Robert Hackman ...
Nightwatchman
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Dockworker
Tonyo Meléndez ...
Trucker (as Tonyo Melendez)
Anthony Davis ...
1st Policeman
Brian Baker ...
3rd Policeman
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David 'Barton' works in the kitchen of a tavern on the waterfront and helps the young widow who owns it to fight pushy union men.

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The only episode that opened with The Hulk rather than David. See more »

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When the Hulk moves the pool table, the rope that is used to pull it can clearly be seen. See more »

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[Martly secretly puts a fish in the dock worker's beer]
Dock Worker: What the hell is this?
Customer: That looks like a dead fish to me.
Marty Hammond: [to the dock worker] The bartender's really got a sense of humor, he got to you.
Dock Worker: He got nothing.
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The Union
18 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is working in a kitchen at a waterfront tavern run by a woman named Josie(played by Shelia Larken) whose union endorsement is sought out by two men because of her late husbands involvement. She wants no part of it, but someone will go to extreme lengths to get it, as David once again gets involved with a young woman with romantic intentions caught up in criminal doings he must stop. James Sikking costars as one of the union officials. Standard episode at least makes effective use of its locations and setting, with the obligatory barroom brawl being an amusing diversion. Last episode of the first season.


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