David becomes an unwilling accomplice when three inmates, one of whom is heavily pregnant, escape from a female prison to fled across the mountains.

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David becomes an unwilling accomplice when three inmates, one of whom is heavily pregnant, escape from a female prison to fled across the mountains.

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9 October 1981 (USA)  »

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Gloria Gifford's first tv role after costarring in California Suite (Neil Simon) opposite Richard Pryor. See more »

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As Phil Giles, played by actor John Steadman is driving the two correctional officers in his truck telling them what happened, he finished his line with "till I could pick my spot", which was actress' Gloria Gifford's cue for her lines. While she remains silent, actor John Steadman can be seen elbowing her arm to remind her that she had the next line. Gloria Gifford stated in an interview years later that she had been nervous riding in an old truck with faulty brakes, causing her worry, and not thinking about, or remembering her cue for the next line. This can be read in The Hulk Companion. See more »

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Grubb: What about the hostage?
Phil Giles: Hostage? What hostage? Hah! He was giving all the orders, even took my clothes. He was the ringleader of the whole mob.
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Prison break Hulk
12 January 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Incredible Hulk meets "The Defiant Ones", with David (Bixby) working as a laundry collection worker who reluctantly leaves a women's penitentiary with three escapees aboard, one of whom is heavily pregnant. After the van is wrecked on an unsealed road, the quartet is forced to trek across the open wilderness to their rendezvous points. Wicked warden (Nolan) however is determined to re-capture the trio, and David, who is mistakenly believed to be their accomplice.

Nolan's characterisation as the emasculated warden with an axe to grind is probably too overtly written, and Gifford as her distrusting deputy, refusing to accept trial by execution tactics, completes the clichéd pairing to the tee. Nevertheless, both deliver watchable performances, while Charney as the fugitive leader with the tough exterior and a tale of woe, earns the usual sympathy vote.

It's very typical Hulk territory that shouldn't disappoint the fans.


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