The Incredible Hulk (1978–1982)
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David 'Bowman' is mistaken for criminal Mike Cassidy, who promptly shaves off his mustache to take advantage of the situation.

Director:

John McPherson

Writers:

Kenneth Johnson (developed for television by), Karen Harris | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Bill Bixby ... Dr. David Banner / Mike Cassidy
Jack Colvin ... Jack McGee
Lou Ferrigno ... The Incredible Hulk
Karen Carlson ... Lorraine
John Reilly ... Steve
Jed Mills ... Teddy
Chris Wallace Chris Wallace ... Danny
Erica Yohn Erica Yohn ... Woman With Dog
George Caldwell George Caldwell ... Pete
Enrique Castillo ... Larry
Donald Carter Donald Carter ... Police Lieutenant (as Donald W. Carter)
Al White ... Police Sergeant
Sally Sommer Sally Sommer ... Miriam
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David 'Bowman' is mistaken for criminal Mike Cassidy, who promptly shaves off his mustache to take advantage of the situation.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 January 1980 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Universal Television See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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Trivia

The only episode in which Jack Magee comes face to face with David Banner. See more »

Goofs

Pete's sunglasses repeatedly jump from his hands to his face between shots while Cassidy's thugs are trying to bury David. See more »

Quotes

Woman with Dog: I'm sorry, but, you know, he used to be a terrific watchdog.
Jack McGee: Yeah.
Woman with Dog: And people take advantage of a girl these days.
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Connections

References 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »

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Change of pace (not exactly a spoiler)
30 March 2012 | by jwin1967See all my reviews

Just an exceptionally DARK episode. One is almost relieved at the end. I always wondered why David Banner was so submissive, and wouldn't fight back. I was barely in my double digits, and kind of a little runt myself, with very little confidence (that's changed), so, that caught my attention. The concept of the program, I understood later, was that he was trying to AVOID anger. I didn't catch that he had no memory of his hulkout moments. Now that I do understand that, it makes the whole concept more interesting and exiting. I appreciate the show more. Incidentally, I've learned that Bill Bixby, himself, was a marine, and even was a practitioner of Karate.


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