The Incredible Hulk (1978–1982)
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Rainbow's End 

David 'Bishop' contacts native American Thomas Logan, who has developed a herbal compound to calm down high strung racing horses, hoping it might cure his condition.

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... Dr. David Banner
... Jack McGee
... The Incredible Hulk
Michele Nichols ... Kim Kelly (as Michelle Nichols)
... Thomas Logan
... Jimmy Kelly
... Lawrence Henry Carroll III
Larry Volk ... Andy Cardone
Warren W. Smith ... Security Guard
John Myhers ... Man On The Bus
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David 'Bishop' contacts native American Thomas Logan, who has developed a herbal compound to calm down high strung racing horses, hoping it might cure his condition.

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13 October 1978 (USA)  »

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First transformation, hand holding to the cuff to make the sleeve tear. See more »

Quotes

Thomas Logan: You sure you're not a reporter?
David Banner: Honest.
Thomas Logan: Say "Honest, Indian," and I'll deck you.
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Edited from The Incredible Hulk: Married (1978) See more »

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The HorseTrack
19 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) visits a horse track to seek out the help of Native American Thomas Logan(played well by Ned Romero) who is using an herbal compound to calm a raging prized horse named Rainbow's End, and David hopes he can persuade him to let him use it, in order to cure himself of the Hulk. The compound seems to work at first, but the Hulk does re-emerge under stress, as the crazed father of a girl jockey threatens to kill the rider at the climatic race, not knowing it is his daughter... Above-average episode is both quite thoughtful and intelligent, with Logan being a well-written character and it all leads to a touching farewell. Most underrated.


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