The Incredible Hulk (1996–1998)
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Man to Man, Beast to Beast 

Bruce Banner travels north into Canada in an effort to track down Walter Langkowski a scientist who specializes in gamma radiation. After falling into a frozen lake he transforms into the ... See full summary »

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Betty Ross (voice)
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Sasquatch (voice)
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Gabriel Jones (voice)
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Bruce Banner travels north into Canada in an effort to track down Walter Langkowski a scientist who specializes in gamma radiation. After falling into a frozen lake he transforms into the Hulk and goes into town. He is mistaken for the Sasquatch and is chased away. After the Hulk passes out in the woods, Bruce Banner is rescued by Langkowski. Banner later discovered that Langkowski has been experimenting on himself. He has turned himself into the Sasquatch who attacks Banner for knowing his secret. Banner managers to calm the Sasquatch. He and Langkowski run an experiment to cure themselves. When a boy interferes with the experiment Banner transforms to save him. Sasquatch now transformed permanently attacks the Hulk and the two monsters fight. The boy interferes and is injured. The Sasquatch realizing this decides to leave. Men from the town appear and let the Hulk leave when they realize he was protecting the boy. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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13 October 1996 (USA)  »

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In the comics, Dr. Walter Langkowski was trying to unlock the power of the Hulk with gamma rays. However, the gamma rays did not directly mutate his cells; rather, the gamma energy breached an inter-dimensional barrier, and allowed Langkowski to channel a mystical being called Sasquatch (which explains why he's the only gamma-irradiated being who isn't green). Of course, Langkowski thought that it was due to the gamma for a long time. See more »

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Bruce Banner: You've got a lot of nerve, Langkowski!
Walter Langkowski: I've more than that, Bruce.
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References Nanook of the North (1922) See more »

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