As 'David Blakeman', Banner is trying to earn some money working on an oil rig. The owner's daughter takes a liking to him, but fierce competitors will do anything to sabotage their work.

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As 'David Blakeman', Banner is trying to earn some money working on an oil rig. The owner's daughter takes a liking to him, but fierce competitors will do anything to sabotage their work.

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Ernie Orsatti's father, also Ernie Orsatti, was a famous baseball player who played outfield for The St. Louis Cardinals in the 1930's. See more »

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Linda Calahan: You know why I'd hate to see you leave?
Dr. David Bruce Banner: No.
Linda Calahan: Well, there's this steakhouse in town, and I can't get anyone to agree that they have the worst red wine in the continental United States. I'd like to know what you think.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Tonight?
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The Oil Rig
19 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is working on an oil rig("the only job in town") for a determined man(played by John Anderson) who wont give up looking for oil, despite the repeated attempts of a big oil company representative(played by Billy Green Bush) to buy him out. The daughter(played by Christine Belford) has her romantic sights set on David, but all their plans will be questioned when they do indeed strike oil, and a rogue employee decides to betray him by sabotaging the oil rig so that he'll be forced to sell. Can David/the Hulk help their employer, and stop the villains? Mostly routine episode still works because of the fine guest cast, and Belford in particular is an appealing love interest.


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