The Incredible Hulk (1978–1982)
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Brain Child 

David 'Barnes' meets Joleen, a 16 year old genius who has escaped from an institute where she was being tested to find her mother.

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... Dr. David Banner
... Jack McGee (credit only)
... The Incredible Hulk
... Elizabeth Collins
... Joleen Collins
... Mr. Arnold
Henry Rowland ... Dr. Bruno
... Dr. Kate Lowell
Tonyo Meléndez ... Ramon Alvarez (as Tonyo Melendez)
... La Bruja
Stack Pierce ... Cop
Fred Carney ... Mr. Sweeny
Tony Ramirez ... Boy
Jonathan Williams ... Federal Agent
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David 'Barnes' meets Joleen, a 16 year old genius who has escaped from an institute where she was being tested to find her mother.

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5 October 1979 (USA)  »

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Jolene is supposed to be 16 years old. Robin Dearden, who plays her, was actually 26 years old. See more »

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Dr. David Bruce Banner: You're making me angry. Now if you get me angry, you know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna turn you into a tin sandwich. I mean for 50 dollars and a handshake I could've expected more but, you're supposed to be able to move!
Joleen Collins: Are you talking to that car?
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The Prodigy
20 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) while trying to fix a car he purchased(for a change!) is assisted by a young girl named Jolene Collins(played by Robin Dearden) who turns out to be a runaway child prodigy who is being used as a research subject for the Kirkland Institute which is in hot pursuit of her, though Jolene only wants to meet the mother who gave her up, and enlists David's help to take her to her L.A. home, while trying to evade the police and change the heart of her reluctant mother. Heartfelt if a bit melodramatic episode with Dearden giving a fine performance, and amusing sequence of her exposing Psychic Surgery as a fraud while they work picking grapes with migrant workers.


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