David 'Brennan' inadvertently joins up with a modern day 'Bonnie & Clyde' who blow up gas stations in a bid to avenge the death of the male's father.

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Ron Lombard ...
Ray Floyd
Christina Hart ...
Cassie Floyd
Howard Morton ...
John Fielding
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Ben Madrid
Chip Johnson ...
Greg Bantam
Robert Ackerman ...
Sheriff
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Spalding
Justin Smith ...
Jed
Larry French ...
Hank
Tobias Anderson ...
Earl (as Tobias Andersen)
Don Furneaux ...
Sam Butler
Tom Kindle ...
Waylon
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David 'Brennan' inadvertently joins up with a modern day 'Bonnie & Clyde' who blow up gas stations in a bid to avenge the death of the male's father.

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Ben Madrid: Be smart, kid. Put the dynamite down.
Ray Floyd: I never figured on gettin' out of here alive, and you won't either.
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Great all-action episode to close season 2
7 May 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Vendetta Road is a joy to watch from start to finish. Lots of explosions, a gunfight involving the police, a likable anti-hero and his gorgeous, sympathetic partner, a decent plot concerning an oil baron (shades of JR Ewing here), McGee playing a vital part in the story with his investigative reporting and exciting hulk-outs. As ever, Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno are highly dependable in their roles.

One humorous scene involves The Incredible Hulk confronting a gang of moonshiners. When they accuse him of mishandling a young woman, a fight breaks out and we all know who the victor is.

Corruption in the oil world is the theme for Vendetta Road. People who knock the show always forget that it had realistic villains and situations that mirrored real life in some shape or form. This is the reason why it was such a success back in the late 1970s and early 1980s. We have the writers, producers and directors to thank for that, as well as a plentiful budget which got exceeded by the time cracking season 4 opener Prometheus came along.

A fitting way to round off the impressive second season which saw the series go from strength to strength (pardon the pun).


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