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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Incredible Hulk' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'The Incredible Hulk':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

November 4, 1977: The Incredible Hulk
Season 0, episode 1
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth Johnson

With Susan Batson (Mrs. Maier), Mario Gallo (Mr. Bram), Charles Siebert (Ben), Jake Mitchell (Jerry), Susan Sullivan (Elaina Marks), William Larsen (Minister), June Whitley Taylor (Mrs. Epstein), Lara Parker (Laura Banner), Eric Devon (B.J.).
A scientist achieves mysterious superhuman strength when he is angered -- and puts it to good use. Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno star in this pilot movie for the series.

November 28, 1977: Death In The Family
Season 0, episode 2
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan J. Levi

With Laurie Prange (Juliet Griffith), Dorothy Tristan (Margaret Griffith), John McLiam (Michael), Mills Watson (Sheriff Dobson), William Daniels (Dr. Bonifant), Gerald McRaney (Denny Kayle), Victor Mohica (Ray), Robert Phillips (Phil), Rick Garcia (The Cuban).
David Banner discovers that his new employer is administering a questionable drug to her crippled stepdaughter. This was the second pilot movie for the series.

March 10, 1978: The Final Round
Season 1, episode 1
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth C. Gilbert

With Al Ruscio (Mr. Sererino), Ron Trice (Black Mugger), T. Miratti (White Mugger), John Witherspoon (Tom), Tony Brubaker (Bill Cole), Fran Myers (Mary), Paul Henry Itkin (Wilt), Martin Kove (Rocky Welsh).
David Banner is saved from muggers by a prizefighter, and in turn saves the fighter's life by turning into The Hulk.

March 17, 1978: The Beast Within
Season 1, episode 2
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: Kenneth C. Gilbert

With Caroline McWilliams (Dr. Claudia Baxter), Dabbs Greer (Dr. Malone), Charles Lampkin (Joe), Jean Durand (Jagger), Billie Beach (Rita), Richard Kelton (Carl).
When David Banner gets a job a a zoo, he finds a lovely young scientist involved in the same genetic research he had been doing. His curiosity about the experiments lands him in the middle of a smuggling operation.

March 24, 1978: Of Guilt, Models, And Murder
Season 1, episode 3
W: James D. Parriott   D: Larry Stewart

With Jeremy Brett (James Joslin), Loni Anderson (Sheila Kantrel), Ben Gerard (Sanderson), Deanna Lund (Terri Ann), Rick Goldman (Elkin), Nancy Steen (Ellen), Bill Baldwin (Jackson), Ross Durfee (Collins).
When David Banner suspects he may actually be the murderer of a beautiful model while transformed into the Hulk, his investigation gets him locked in a car's trunk, headed for a car crusher.

March 31, 1978: Terror In Times Square
Season 1, episode 4
W: William Schwartz   D: Alan J. Levi

With Robert Alda (Jason Laird), Jack Kruschen (Norman Abrams), Pamela Susan Shoop (Carol Abrams), Karl Held (Jonathan), Michael Mancini (Hank), Simmy Bow (Mr. Burns), Al Fann (Robert Benson), Arny Freeman (Leo Kahn).
David Banner's search for a cure to his malady takes him to New York, where he gets involved in a Times Square skimming operation.

April 7, 1978: 747
Season 1, episode 5
W: Thomas Szollosi, Richard Christian Matheson   D: Sigmund Neufeld Jr.

With Sondra Currie (Denise), Denise Galik-Furey (Stephanie), Brandon Cruz (Kevin), Don Keefer (Mr. MacIntire), Susan Cotton (Cynthia Davis), Del Hinkley (Pilot), Ed Peck (Captain Brandes), J. Jay Saunders (Controller), Shirley O'Hara (Mrs. MacIntire), Barbara Mealy (Nurse), Edward Power (Bob Brandon), Howard Honig (Mr. Leggit).
The fate of a jetliner is in the hands of the Hulk and a young passenger when the plane's crew becomes disabled.

April 21, 1978: The Hulk Breaks Las Vegas
Season 1, episode 6
W: Justin Edgerton   D: Larry Stewart

With Don Marshall (Lee), Simone Griffeth (Cathy), Charles Picerni (Charlie), Dean Santoro (Ed Campion), John Crawford (Tom Edler), Julie Gregg (Wanda).
While working in a Las Vegas casino, David Banner aids an investigative reporter on a gambling scandal and is put in the position of also helping her nemesis.

April 28, 1978: Never Give A Trucker An Even Break
Season 1, episode 7
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth C. Gilbert

With Grand Bush (Mike), Don Starr (Storekeeper), Frank Christi (Ted), Jennifer Darling (Joanie).
The Hulk intervenes in a highway duel between a female truck driver and a pair of hijackers.

May 12, 1978: Life And Death
Season 1, episode 8
W: James D. Parriott   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Julie Adams (Ellen), Diane Civita (Carrie Taylor), John Warner Williams (Dan), Lillah McCarthy (Tina), Mitzi Hoag (Chief Nurse), Andrew Robinson (Dr. Stan Rhodes).
David helps a pregnant woman, and on the way to the hospital they discover a plot to steal babies for DNA experimentation.

May 19, 1978: Earthquakes Happen
Season 1, episode 9
W: Jim Tisdale, Migdia Varela   D: Harvey Laidman

With Sherry Jackson (Dr. Diane Joseph), Peter Brandon (Fred Hannon), Gary Wood (Turner), Kene Holliday (Paul), Lynne Topping (Nancy), Brett Hadley (Ron Harris), Roberta Sherwood (Mrs. Waverly), John Alvin (Dr. Patterson), Arthur Rosenberg (Larry Saenz), Diane Markoff (Janet), Pamela Nelson (Marsha), Laird Stuart (Robert Graham).
David Banner impersonates a scientist to get access to gamma ray equipment, but his attempt to reverse his own radiation is interrupted by an earthquake.

May 31, 1978: The Waterfront Story
Season 1, episode 10
W: Paul M. Belous, Robert Wolterstorff   D: Reza Badiyi

With Sheila Larken (Josie Larken), James B. Sikking (Cliff McConnell), Jack Kelly (Tony Kelly), Helen Page Camp (Sarah), Ted Markland (Marty Hammond), William Benedict (Vic).
Working in a small bar on the waterfront, David Banner becomes involved in a battle for control of the local dockworkers' union.

September 22, 1978: Married (1)
Season 2, episode 1
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth Johnson

With Mariette Hartley (Dr. Carolyn Fields), Brian Cutler (Brad), Diane Markoff (The Girl), Duncan Gamble (Mark), Meeno Peluce (The Boy), Rosalind Chao (Receptionist).
Season premiere. David Banner finds romance and marriage with a lovely psychiatrist who tries to cure the affliction that turns him into the Hulk whenever he gets agitated, while Banner tries to help her with her own burden.

September 29, 1978: The Antowuk Horror
Season 2, episode 3
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Sigmund Neufeld Jr.

With William Lucking (Harlan Bates), Debbie Lytton (Samantha Bates), Lance LeGault (Brad), Dennis Patrick (Buck Hendrick), Myron Healey (Sheriff Colton), Gwen Van Dam (Mayor Murphy).
Ambitious residents of a dying resort town invent their own version of the Hulk to attract tourists.

October 6, 1978: Ricky
Season 2, episode 4
W: Jaron Summers   D: Frank Orsatti

With Robin Mattson (Irene Shannon), Gerald McRaney (Sam Roberts), James Daughton (Buzz Deter), Mickey Jones (Ricky), Gordon Jump (Matt), Eric Server (Ted Roberts).
David Banner befriends a retarded young man and has to resort to the super strength of the Hulk to save the youth from a fiery death at a demolition derby.

October 13, 1978: Rainbow's End
Season 2, episode 5
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: Kenneth C. Gilbert

With Michele Nichols (Kim Kelly), Ned Romero (Thomas Logan), Gene Evans (Jim Kelly), Craig Stevens (Lawrence Henry Carroll III), Larry Volk (Andy Cardone).
Banner searches out a trainer who has achieved remarkable success with a vitamin formula in calming a troublesome race horse, in the hope that the medicine might be effective in quieting the Hulk within him.

October 20, 1978: A Child In Need
Season 2, episode 6
W: Frank Dandridge   D: James D. Parriott

With Sandy McPeak (Jack Hollinger), Dennis Dimister (Mark Hollinger), Rebecca York (Mary Walker), Marguerite De Lain (Reporter), Sally Kirkland (Margaret Hollinger).
While working as a school gardener, David Banner becomes friends with a young victim of parental abuse.

October 27, 1978: Another Path
Season 2, episode 7
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Joseph Pevney

With Mako (Li Sung), Irene Yah-Ling Sun (May), Tommy Lee Holland (Frank Silva), Jane Chung (Gramma Loo), Joseph Kim (Mr. Fong), Richard Lee Sung (Simon Ming), Sam Tampoya (Jim Fong).
David Banner encounters a Chinese philosopher who seems to have a cure for his affliction.

November 3, 1978: Alice In Disco Land
Season 2, episode 8
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: Sigmund Neufeld Jr.

With Jason Kincaid (Louie), Julie Hill (Joan Roberts), Marc Alaimo (Ernie), Betty Anne Rees (Molly), Mo Malone (Rosalyn Morrow), Dennis Holahan (Art Philbin), Freeman King (D.J.), Brion James (Al), Miles McNamara (Bernard), Denice Kumagai (Sarah), Donna Wilkes (Alice Morrow).
While working at a disco, Banner tries to aid a troubled teenage girl who is being exploited by the owner.

November 10, 1978: Killer Instinct
Season 2, episode 9
W: William Whitehead, Joel Don Humphreys   D: Ray Danton

With Denny Miller (John Tobey), Rudy Solari (Dr. Stewart), Barbara Leigh (June Tobey), Pepper Martin (Coach Haggerty), Paul Coufos (Bob Turner), Wyatt Johnson (Tony Bowers), Herman Poppe (J.P. Tobey), Bill Baldwin (Mitch Adams), Frank Orsatti (Kurt Donahue), Wally K. Berns (Drunk), Tiger Williams (Young John Tobey), Pat Studstill (Kermet Connelly).
David works for a football team, believing that the team's doctor might have a way to restrain his aggession. In the meantime, he tries to help a football player who has a bad temper.

November 24, 1978: Stop The Presses
Season 2, episode 10
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Julie Cobb (Jill Norton), Mary Frann (Karen Weiss), Art Metrano (Charlie), Sam Chew Jr. (Joe Arnold), Richard O'Brien (Mr. Roberts), Janet Brandt (Lenette Logan), Mike Griswold (Mr. Geller), Pat Morita (Fred).
When David's picture shows up in a newspaper's expose about a restaurant, Banner breaks into the publication's headquarters -- giving McGee a direct confrontation with the Hulk.

December 1, 1978: Escape From Los Santos
Season 2, episode 11
W: Bruce Kalish, Philip John Taylor   D: Chuck Bowman

With Toni Handcock (Mrs. Mallard), Al Valletta (Mr. Mallard), Desiree Kerns (Jill), Kerrigan Mahan (Forrest), Vernon Weddle (Chase), Dana Elcar (Sheriff Harris), Lee De Broux (Mike Evans), W.K. Stratton (Jim), Shelley Fabares (Holly Cooper).
While hitchhiking, Banner is picked up by a small-town policeman who frames him and a young woman for murder.

January 17, 1979: Wildfire
Season 2, episode 12
W: Brian Rehak   D: Frank Orsatti

With John Petlock (Tim Wade), John Anderson (Mike Calahan), Dean Brooks (Frank Adler), Ernie Orsatti (Phil Haze), Billy Green Bush (Ray Thomas), Christine Belford (Linda Calahan).
While trying to extinguish a blaze on an oil rig, Davis Banner is attacked by the saboteur who started the fire.

January 24, 1979: A Solitary Place
Season 2, episode 13
W: Jim Tisdale, Migdia Varela   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Jay Varela (Ramon), Tony Melendez (Pablo), Hector Elias (Raul), Jerry Douglas (Frank Malone), Kathryn Leigh Scott (Gail Collins), Bruce Wright (Joey Malone).
While isolating himself in a remote area, David Banner is joined by a woman who is also being tracked by his nemesis, Jack McGee.

January 31, 1979: Like A Brother
Season 2, episode 14
W: Richard Christian Matheson, Thomas Szollosi   D: Reza Badiyi

With Elisabeth Chauvet (Mother), Dale Pullum (Bobby), Jesse Dizon (Jimmy), Rana Ford (Fantine), Stuart K. Robinson (Mike), Maidie Norman, Austin Stoker (Rev. Jack Williams), Carl Anderson (Oscar), Michael D. Roberts (D.J.), Ernie Hudson (Lee), Tony Burton (Taylor George).
David Banner gets caught in the middle when a dope dealer tries to silence a refoming preacher.

February 23, 1979: The Haunted
Season 2, episode 15
W: Andrew Schneider   D: John McPherson

With Jon Lormer (Dr. Rawlins), Johnny Haymer (Fred Lewitt), John O'Connell (Bernard), Carol Baxter (Renee Stevens).
Banner learns that a young woman may be scheduled for the same tragic fate that befell her twin sister.

March 2, 1979: Mystery Man (1)
Season 2, episode 16
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Frank Orsatti

With Aline Towne (Nurse Phalen), Skip Riley (Pilot), Howard Witt (Bob Cory), Don Marshall (Doctor), Victoria Carroll (Rose Sanders).
David Banner and reporter Jack McGee are the only survivors when their plane crashes in a remote area, and Banner -- suffering from amnesia -- attempts to save himself and the man who could expose him as a murderer.

March 9, 1979: Mystery Man (2)
Season 2, episode 17
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Frank Orsatti

With Bonnie Johns (Helen Cory), Michael Payne (Hal Pollock), Howard Witt (Bob Cory), Laura Lizer Sommers (Betty).
David Banner's attempt to reach civilization with a wounded reporter after a plane crash is hindered by a raging forest fire.

March 16, 1979: The Disciple
Season 2, episode 18
W: Nicholas Corea, James G. Hirsch   D: Reza Badiyi

With Doug McGrath (Al), Fred Ward (Henchman), Stacy Keach Sr. (Tim Roark), Lina Raymond (Jo Lee), Mako (Li Sung), George Loros (Joe Lynch), Gerald McRaney (Colin Roark), Anne Bellamy (Michael's Mother), Rick Springfield (Michael Roark).
David Banner becomes involved with an Oriental philosopher in hopes of controlling the Hulk that is within him.

March 30, 1979: No Escape
Season 2, episode 19
W: Ben Masselink   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With James Wainwright (Tom Wallace), Mariclare Costello (Kay Wallace), Skip Homeier (Dr. Scanlon), Thalmus Rasulala (Dep. Chief Simon), Sherman Hemsley (Robert), Tom Lowell (Mathews), Chris Petersen (Steve), Andy Enberg (Jimmy).
The Hulk mistakenly helps a convict escape from police, and David Banner has to correct his alter-ego's mistake.

April 6, 1979: Kindred Spirits
Season 2, episode 20
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: Joseph Pevney

With Kim Cattrall (Dr. Gabrielle White), A Martinez (Rick), Whit Bissell (Professor Williams), Eloy Casados (Frank), Don Shanks (Little Jim), Chief Dan George (Lone Wolf), George Gonzales (Michael).
David Banner joins an archaeological dig in the hope of discovering an antidote for his affliction.

May 4, 1979: The Confession
Season 2, episode 21
W: Deborah Davis   D: Barry Crane

With Barry Gordon (Harold Milburn), Markie Post (Pamela Norris), Elaine Joyce (Waitress), John Armstrong Marshall (Ernie), Angus Duncan (Alan O'Neil), Fritzi Burr (Gladys), Holly Irving (Mrs. Goldsmith), Earl Colbert (Harry), Walter Janovitz (Carl).
Jack McGee's pursuit of the Hulk is muddled by his new aide and a timid young man claiming to be the creature.

May 11, 1979: The Quiet Room
Season 2, episode 22
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: Reza Badiyi

With Joanna Miles (Dr. Hill), Philip Abbott (Dr. Murrow), Sian Barbara Allen (Kathy Allen), Robert F. Lyons (Sam), Robert Feero (Gene), John Petlock (Dr. Caldwell), Vince Howard (Mark), Kopi Sotiropulos (Houdini), Lawrence Howard (Tom Vincent), Gino Ardito (Frankie).
David Banner's discovery of a doctor who is performing operations to gain control of people's minds, puts him next on the doctor's operating schedule.

May 25, 1979: Vendetta Road
Season 2, episode 23
W: Justin Edgerton, Michael McGreevey   D: John McPherson

With Ron Lombard (Ray Floyd), Christina Hart (Cassie Floyd), Howard Morton (John Fielding), Morgan Woodward (Ben Madrid), Chip Johnson (Greg Bantam), Robert Ackerman (Sheriff), Michael Potter (Spalding), Justin Smith (Jed), Larry French (Hank), Tobias Andersen (Earl), Don Furneaux (Sam Butler), Tom Kindle (Waylon), Michael Champion (Del).
A young couple waging a vendetta against an oil company decide to blow up a gas station which Banner has taken refuge in.

September 21, 1979: Metamorphosis
Season 3, episode 1
W: Craig Buck   D: Alan J. Levi

With Katherine Cannon (Jackie Swan), Gary Graham (Greg), James Reynolds (Ken), Mackenzie Phillips (Lisa Swan), Jennifer Holmes (Diane Markon).
Season premiere. The Hulk becomes part of a rock group's act when he rushes on stage during a concert to save the group's lead singer from death.

September 28, 1979: Blind Rage
Season 3, episode 2
W: Dan Ullman   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Jack Rader (Lt. Banks), Lee Bryant (Carrie Banks), Tom Stechschulte (Major Anderson), Don Dubbins (Sergeant Murkland), Michael Alldredge (Sgt. Sam Stanley), Michelle Stacy (Patty Banks), Dennis Fimple (Training Sergeant), Leonard Lightfoot (Brubeck), Mitch Reta (Mahalovich), Nicolas Coster (Col. Drake).
An accident at a chemical warfare research station sends Dr. Banner on a desperate search for an antidote to save the lives of himself and a friend.

October 5, 1979: Brain Child
Season 3, episode 3
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Reza Badiyi

With Robin Dearden (Joleen Collins), Joseph Mascolo (Mr. Arnold), Henry Rowland (Dr. Bruno), June Allyson (Dr. Kate Lowell), Tonyo Melendez (Ramon Alvarez), Madeleine Taylor Holmes (La Bruja), Fred Carney (Mr. Sweeney), Jonathan Williams (Federal Agent), Lynn Carlin (Elizabeth Collins).
Banner is accused of kidnapping when he tries to reunite a gifted teenager with the mother who abandoned her.

October 19, 1979: The Slam
Season 3, episode 4
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Nicholas Corea

With Marc Alaimo (Captain Holt), Robert Davi (Mr. Rader), Skip Riley (Roth), Brad Dexter (Sheriff), John Steadman (Old Convict), Linda Lawrence (Reporter), Charles Napier (John Blake), Julius Harris (Doc Alden), Charles Picerni (Harris).
David is arrested for vagrancy and sent to a work camp, where his fellow prisoners accuse him of being an informer.

October 26, 1979: My Favorite Magician
Season 3, episode 5
W: Sam Egan   D: Reza Badiyi

With Ray Walston (Jasper Dowd), Joan Leslie (Lily Beaumont), Anne Schedeen (Kimberly Dowd), Scatman Crothers (Edgar McGee), Robert Alda (Giancarlo Corleone), Bob Hastings (Earl), Bill Capizzi (Ben), Fritzi Burr (Rose Brown), Archie Lang (Justice of the Peace), Franklin Brown (Maurie Brown).
An aging magician hires David Banner as his assistant in an act which almost costs both of them their lives.

November 2, 1979: Jake
Season 3, episode 6
W: Chuck Bowman   D: Frank Orsatti

With L.Q. Jones (Jake White), James Crittenden (Leon White), Jesse Vint (Tibby), Fred Ward (Marvin), Sandra Kerns (Maggie), Richard Fullerton (Buford), Buck Young (Bob Long).
While working with a rodeo, David Banner encounters a murderous gang of cattle thieves.

November 9, 1979: Behind The Wheel
Season 3, episode 7
W: Rick Rosenthal, Todd Susman, Andrew Schneider   D: Frank Orsatti

With Jon Cedar (Sam Egan), Esther Rolle (Colleen Jensen), Margie Impert (Jean), John Davis Chandler (Eric), Michael Baseleon (Swift).
The owner of a troubled cab company hires Banner to help her fight a dope-smuggling operation.

November 30, 1979: Homecoming
Season 3, episode 8
W: Andrew Schneider   D: John McPherson

With Regis Cordic (Dean Eckart), Diana Muldaur (Dr. Helen Banner), Reed Diamond (Young David), Drew Snyder (Croft), Guy Boyd (Steve Howston), Julianna Tutak (Young Helen), John Marley (D.W. Banner).
The nostalgia of Thanksgiving draws David Banner back to his family home, where he discovers his and the Hulk's help is desperately needed.

December 7, 1979: The Snare
Season 3, episode 9
W: Richard Christian Matheson, Thomas Szollosi   D: Frank Orsatti

With Bradford Dillman (Michael Sutton), Bob Boyd (Pilot).
A chance meeting with an eccentric millionaire finds David Banner on a private island where he is to be hunted like a wild animal.

December 14, 1979: Babalao
Season 3, episode 10
W: Craig Buck   D: Richard Milton

With Louise Sorel (Dr. Renee DuBois), Bill Henderson (Babalao), Christine Avila (Denise), Morgan Hart (Girl), John Gowans (Local), Jarrod Johnson (Louie), Paulene Myers (Selene), Michael Swan (Luke).
Banner combats the practitioners of voodoo to help a young doctor lift her patients out of the dark age of superstition.

December 21, 1979: Captive Night
Season 3, episode 11
W: Sam Egan   D: Frank Orsatti

With Mark Lenard (Mr. Slater), Anne Lockhart (Karen Mitchell), Dennis Holahan (Mr. Edwards), Parley Baer (Raymond), Stanley Kamel (Gary), Paul Picerni (Jim).
Banner joins a gang of thieves preying on the store in which he is working in order to save the lives of two co-workers being held by the gang.

January 4, 1980: Broken Image
Season 3, episode 12
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: John McPherson

With Karen Carlson (Lorraine), John Reilly (Steve), Jed Mills (Teddy), Chris Wallace (Danny), George Caldwell (Pete), Enrique Castillo (Larry), Donald Carter (Police Lieutenant), Al White (Police Sergeant), Sally Sommer (Miriam), Bill Bixby (Mike Cassidy).
Thanks to a look-alike criminal, David becomes a victim of mistaken identity and is pursued by the police and a vindictive gang.

January 11, 1980: Proof Positive
Season 3, episode 13
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: Dick Harwood

With Caroline Smith (Pat Steinhauer), Charles Thomas Murphy (Garland), Isabel Cooley (Muriel), Wayne Storm (Chuck Schlosser), Walter Brooke (Mark Roberts).
A new publisher takes over the National Register and decides to rid the newspaper of questionable stories. This new policy affects Jack McGee's search for the Hulk, so McGee is under pressure to prove that the Hulk is real.

January 25, 1980: Sideshow
Season 3, episode 14
W: Len Jenkin   D: Nicholas Corea

With Allan Rich (Mr. Mason), Robert Donner (Mr. Benedict), Judith Chapman (Nancy), Bruce Wright (Jimmy), Marie Windsor (Belle Star), Tam Eliot (Candy), Louisa Moritz (Beth).
David is hired as a stage manager at a carnival, and learns that the sideshow's mind-reader has been blamed for a series of misfortunes.

February 1, 1980: Long Run Home
Season 3, episode 15
W: Allan Cole, Chris Bunch   D: Frank Orsatti

With Paul Koslo (Carl Rivers), Robert Tessier (Johnny), Mickey Jones (Doc), Stephen Keep (Agent Fitzgerald), Edward Edwards (Bob), Pamela Bryant (Ann), Albert Popwell (Doctor), Galen Thompson (Foreman).
David is befriended by a motorcyclist who inadvertently gets him mixed up in a gang-related conflict.

February 8, 1980: Falling Angels
Season 3, episode 16
W: Eric Kaldor, D.K. Krzemien, James Sanford Parker   D: Barry Crane

With Annette Cardona (Rita Montoya), Anthony Herrera (Peter Grant), Debbi Morgan (Jody), Cindy Fisher (Mickey), Timothy O'Hagan (Don), William Bronder (Jeff), Earl Billings (Lee), George Dickerson (George), Arline Anderson (Mrs. Taylor), Vincent Lucchesi (Tom).
The orphanage that David is working at has become a crime school, where two orphaned girls are being trained into thievery.

February 15, 1980: The Lottery
Season 3, episode 17
W: Allan Cole, Chris Bunch   D: John McPherson

With Robert Hogan (Harry Henderson), Luis Avalos (General), Peter Breck (Hull), Adam Thomas (Steve), David McKnight (Clark), Christi Corso (Mugger), Peter Bruni (Lover).
When David is unable to collect the money he won in a lottery, he sends a reformed con-artist friend to collect it for him. But without permission the friend decides to use the money in a scheme to hopefully earn a larger profit.

February 22, 1980: The Psychic
Season 3, episode 18
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: Barry Crane

With Brenda Benet (Annie Caplan), Nick Pellegrino (Manager), Sue Ann Gilfillan (Switchboard Supervisor), Stephen Fenning (Johnny Wolff), Judy Jean Berns (Mrs. Donner), David Anthony (Robbie Donner), Bert Hinchman (Joe Grocer).
A woman with psychic powers identifies David as the Hulk's alter-ego. When the Hulk becomes a suspect in the slaying of a teenager, the woman predicts that Jack McGee will be murdered by the real killer.

February 29, 1980: A Rock And A Hard Place
Season 3, episode 19
W: Andrew Schneider   D: Chuck Bowman

With Robert Gray (Russky), J. Jay Saunders (Garnett), Eric Server (Randy), Jeanette Nolan (Lucy Cash), John McIntire (Preston DeKalb).
In Atlantic City, FBI agents catch David with contraband shipments belonging to a gang of thieves, and insist that he be an informant until the gang is apprehended. David has no choice but to cooperate with both sides since both are aware of who he is.

March 14, 1980: Deathmask
Season 3, episode 20
W: Nicholas Corea   D: John McPherson

With Melendy Britt (Joan), Marla Pennington (Melanie Clark), Lonny Chapman (J.J. Hendren), Michael Bond (Sid Fox), Don Marshall (Man), Dennis Bowen (Dale Jenks), Robert Lunny (Newsman), Frank Marth (Mayor Tom Fowler), Gerald McRaney (Police Chief Rhodes).
A masked man is killing young women at a Prestonville college. David, the college librarian, becomes a suspect and is interrogated while an angry mob gathers outside.

March 21, 1980: Equinox
Season 3, episode 21
W: Andrew Schneider   D: Patrick Boyrivan

With Christine De Lisle (Diane Powell), Henry Polic II (Donald), Louis Turenne (Pierce), Danny Dayton (Skipper), Joy Garrett (Tina), Bob Yannetti (Carlo), Mark McGee (Sir Francis Drake), Alexis Adams (Girlfriend), Kathie Spencer-Neff (Inquisitor), Paul Carr (Alan Grable).
While working at a private island owned by a spoiled heiress, David is asked to join a masquerade party which Jack McGee attends uninvited. Meanwhile, someone is out to kill the heiress.

April 4, 1980: Nine Hours
Season 3, episode 22
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Nicholas Corea

With Marc Alaimo (Joe Franco), Sheila Larken (Rhonda Wilkes), Doris Dowling (Mrs. Garstone), David Comfort (Timmy Wilkes), Sam Ingraffia (Slick Monte), Hal Bokar (Captain Deeter), Dennis Haysbert (Guard), John Medici (Danny), Frank DeKova (Sam), Phil Rubenstein (Fats).
To save the lives of a reformed gangster and a kidnapped boy, David turns to an alcoholic ex-policeman for help.

April 11, 1980: On The Line
Season 3, episode 23
W: Karen Harris, Jill Sherman   D: L.Q. Jones

With Kathleen Lloyd (Randy Phelps), Don Reid (Eric Wilson), Bruce Fairbairn (Weaver), Peter Jason (Bennett), Joe Di Reda (Mackie), Tony Duke (Reporter).
David is accused of arson, and is drafted to help extinguish the forest fire he is suspected of starting.

November 7, 1980: Prometheus (1)
Season 4, episode 1
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth Johnson

With John O'Connell (Col. Appling), Stack Pierce (Sergeant), Jill Choder (Lieutenant), Chip Johnson (Pilot), Lew Palter (Storekeeper), Roger Robinson (Capt. Welsh), Laurie Prange (Katie Maxwell).
While helping a blind girl survive in the wilderness, David Banner is exposed to the radiation of a meteor that had just crashed to Earth. His transformation back from the Hulk stops midway, leaving him half Hulk/half human.

November 14, 1980: Prometheus (2)
Season 4, episode 2
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth Johnson

With Monte Markham (Brad), Carol Baxter (Dr. McGowan), Whit Bissell (Dr. Zeiderman), Arthur Rosenberg (Dr. Spath), John Papais (Corporal), Laurie Prange (Katie Maxwell).
Project Prometheus gathers a group of scientists to study the captured Hulk, whom they suspect of being an extra-terrestrial.

November 21, 1980: Free Fall
Season 4, episode 3
W: Chris Bunch, Allan Cole   D: Reza Badiyi

With Sam Groom (Hank Lynch), Kelly Harmon (Jean), Jared Martin (Jack Stewart), Ted Markland (Ike), George Brenlin (Hughes), Eric Holland (Mead), John Zenda (Fowler), Michael Swan (Turner), Sandy Ward (Sen. Mack Stewart).
David finds himself in the middle of a small-town political feud between a skydiver and the son of a crooked politician.

December 5, 1980: Dark Side
Season 4, episode 4
W: Nicholas Corea   D: John McPherson

With Lisa Carole (Judy), Nick Cinardo (Butcher), Jonathan Perpich (Jimmy Ellison), Philece Sampler (Laurie Schulte), Rosemary Forsyth (Ellen Schulte), William Lucking (Mike Schulte), Taaffe O'Connell (Miss Farber).
In a failed experiment, David's attempt to control the Hulk backfires. He inadvertently releases a darker personality, causing the Hulk to be more violent -- and potentially capable of murder.

December 12, 1980: Deep Shock
Season 4, episode 5
W: Ruel Fischmann   D: Reza Badiyi

With Sharon Acker (Dr. Olson), Stefan Gierasch (Mr. Buchanan), Robert Hackman (Walt), Helen Boll (Nurse), Harriet Matthey (Receptionist), Saundra Sharp (Reporter), Robert Alan Browne (Foreman), Edward Power (Frank).
While working at a power plant, David survives an electrical accident that gives him the ability to foresee events -- including violence by the Hulk.

January 9, 1981: Bring Me The Head Of The Hulk
Season 4, episode 6
W: Allan Cole, Chris Bunch   D: Bill Bixby

With Sandy McPeak (Alex), Jane Merrow (Dr. Cabot), Barbara Lynn Block (Pauline), Laurence Haddon (Neil Hines), Murray MacLeod (Ludin), Jed Mills (Le Front), Walter Brooke (Mark Roberts).
After a rival publisher of McGee's newspaper offers a million-dollar reward for the Hulk's head, a mercenary adventurer lures David Banner to an isolated laboratory specially designed to attract him.

January 16, 1981: Fast Lane
Season 4, episode 7
W: Reuben Leder   D: Frank Orsatti

With Robert F. Lyons (Joe Conti), Lee De Broux (Leo), Dick O'Neill (Callahan), Alex Rebar (Clyde), John Finn (Mechanic), Ben Jeffrey (Clint), Frank Doubleday (Danny), Victoria Carroll (Nancy).
Unbeknownst to David, the car that he is renting contains a stash of stolen mobsters' loot, and he is pursued by thugs who are trying to retrieve it.

January 23, 1981: Goodbye Eddie Cain
Season 4, episode 8
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Jack Colvin

With Jennifer Holmes (Vicki Lang), Anthony Caruso (Danny Romero), Donna Marshall (Norma Crespi Lang), Ray Laska (Jack Lewis), Virginia Hahn (Mrs. Stauros), Cameron Mitchell (Eddie Cain), Thomas MacGreevy (Sheehan), Gordon Connell (Mac), Roscoe Born (Sheldon).
A 1940s-style detective can't explain why a corpse is found in his office -- except that it may be related to an extortion plot, a mysterious gardener, and a green creature.

February 6, 1981: King Of The Beach
Season 4, episode 9
W: Karen Harris   D: Barry Crane

With Leslie Ackerman (Mandy), Charlie Brill (Solly Diamond), George Caldwell (Rudy), Lou Ferrigno (Carl Molino), Carol Swarbrick (Annette), Leo DeLyon (Trainer), James Emery (Steve), Ken Waller (King), Kimberly Johnson (King's Girlfriend).
In an effort to raise money towards opening his own restaurant, a body-builder competes in a contest, only to be at odds with some questionable people who are involved in the competition.

February 13, 1981: Wax Museum
Season 4, episode 10
W: Carol Baxter   D: Dick Harwood

With Christine Belford (Leigh Gamble), Ben Hammer (Mr. Kelleher), Max Showalter (Walter Gamble), Kiki Castillo (Andy), Natalie Masters (Woman), Michael Horsley (News Vendor).
David takes a job at a wax museum, assisting a woman who has been suffering from hallucinations ever since her father died in a fire.

February 20, 1981: East Winds
Season 4, episode 11
W: Jill Sherman   D: Jack Colvin

With Irene Yah-Ling Sun (Tam), Richard Narita (William), Beulah Quo (Huyn), William Windom (Sgt. Keeler), Tony Mumolo (Officer Menning), Del Monroe (Lieutenant), Richard Loo (Kam Chong).
David is the unwilling recipient of a mail-order bride, and also is unaware that the apartment he is renting in San Francisco's Chinatown neighborhood contains hidden gold that gangsters are seeking.

March 6, 1981: The First (1)
Season 4, episode 12
W: Andrew Schneider   D: Frank Orsatti

With Dick Durock (Frye's Creature), Hank Rolike (Janitor), Julie Marine (Cheryl), Jack Magee (Walt), Kari Michaelson (Linda), Billy Green Bush (Sheriff Decker), Chip Frye (Willie), Bill Beyers (Case), Lola Albright (Elizabeth Collins), Harry Townes (Dell Frye).
David travels to Vissaria where another Hulk was sighted years before. He finds the lab where the creature originated, a man who claims to have been the 'first' Hulk and most importantly, a cure.

March 13, 1981: The First (2)
Season 4, episode 13
W: Andrew Schneider   D: Frank Orsatti

With Dick Durock (Frye's Creature), Billy Green Bush (Sheriff Decker), Cliff Emmich (Earl), Edward Walsh (Brad Wheeler), Lola Albright (Elizabeth Collins), Harry Townes (Dell Frye).
Now that Del Frye has re-awakened his gamma-powered creature, Dr. Banner races against time to synthesize an antidote, which may also rid him of The Hulk.

March 27, 1981: The Harder They Fall
Season 4, episode 14
W: Nancy Faulkner   D: Mike Vejar

With Hugh Smith (Bernie), Alan Toy (Bobby), Ralph Strait (Bartender), Joe Dorsey (Al), William Bogert (Mr. Melton), Diane Shalet (Nurse Gray), Peter Hobbs (Dr. Hart), Denny Miller (Paul Corton).
Paralyzed from the waist down following an automobile accident, David hopes that the Hulk's powers of regeneration can make him walk again.

April 3, 1981: Interview With The Hulk
Season 4, episode 15
W: Alan Cassidy   D: Patrick Boyriven

With Jay Fletcher (Charlie), Stacey Holman (Lisa), Lynn Seibel (Doctor), David Carlile (Foreman), Jan Sterling (Stella Verdugo), Walter Brooke (Mark Roberts), Michael Conrad (Emerson Fletcher).
A reporter steals Jack McGee's latest tip on the Hulk and ends up getting an interview with David Banner.

April 17, 1981: Half Nelson
Season 4, episode 16
W: Andrew Schneider   D: Barry Crane

With Cecelia Holman (Tina), Jimmy Briscoe (Jack), Luis Cortes (Pete), Charles Sweigart (Jimmy), Wesley Thompson (Bill), Sandy Dryfoos (Marsha), Elaine Joyce (Mitzi), Joey Forman (Promoter), David Himes (Kelly), Paul Henry Itkin (Channing), H.B. Haggerty (Gregor), Tommy Madden (Steven 'Buster' Caldwell).
David travels to Baltimore and meets Buster Caldwell, a midget wrestler with a big mouth that gets both of them in trouble.

May 15, 1981: Danny
Season 4, episode 17
W: Diane Frolov   D: Mark A. Burley

With Art LaFleur (Hugh), Robin Dearden (Rachel), Taylor Lacher (Farmer), Bruce Wright (Ben), Don Stroud (Hank).
David attempts to help free a young widow and her infant son from a gang of thieves. But one of the thieves -- her brother-in-law -- is unwilling to let that happen.

May 22, 1981: Patterns
Season 4, episode 18
W: Reuben Leder   D: Nick Havinga

With Dan Barrows (Mr. Cox), James Brewer (Murray The Torch), Jeanne Mockridge (Emcee), Thelma Pelish (Gladys), Larry Marko (Marvin Mulleavy), Robert O'Reilly (Sonny), Paul Marin (Malamud), Joshua Shelley (Solly), Laurie Heineman (Liz Brandes), Eddie Barth (Sam Brandes).
In New York City, David becomes a business partner with the owner of a struggling clothing factory which is in heavily debt to loan sharks.

October 2, 1981: The Phenom
Season 5, episode 1
W: Reuben Leder   D: Bernard McEveety

With Robert Donner (Bernard Devlin), Dick O'Neill (Cyrus T. McCormack), Anne Lockhart (Audrey), Ken Swofford (Charlie), Brett Cullen (Joe Dumming).
David befriends a farm boy baseball player who has the potential to be a star, but who is being taken advantage of by an unscrupulous sports agent.

October 9, 1981: Two Godmothers
Season 5, episode 2
W: Reuben Leder   D: Mike Vejar

With Gay Hagen (Matron), John Steadman (Phil Giles), Penny Peyser (Lannie), Gloria Gifford (Grubb), Sandra Kerns (Sondra), Suzanne Charney (Barbara Davis), Kathleen Nolan (Hackett).
David is kidnapped by a trio of female convicts who have escaped from prison. The situation becomes even more complicated when one of the women goes into labor.

October 16, 1981: Veteran
Season 5, episode 3
W: Reuben Leder, Nicholas Corea   D: Mike Vejar

With James Saito (Interpreter), Barret Oliver (Jimmy The Kid), Michael Boyle (Emcee), Alexander Zale (Howard Miller), David White (Archer Hewitt), Richard Yniguez (Frank Rivera), Wendy Girard (Lisa Morgan), Bruce Gray (Harrison Cole), Paul Koslo (Doug Hewitt), William Boyett (Det. Harnell).
David tries to stop a plot to assassinate a Vietnam hero who is running for office, but neither the target nor the assassin are quite what they appear to be.

November 6, 1981: Sanctuary
Season 5, episode 4
W: Deborah Davis   D: Chuck Bowman

With Barbara Beaman (Sister Rebecca), Bert Santos (Franco), Paul Tuerpe (Father Young), Michael Santiago (Father Costa), Henry Darrow (Patrero), Jerry Hardin (Sheriff Dean), Guillermo San Juan (Roberto), Fausto Barajas (Rudy), Diana Muldaur (Sister Anita), Edie McClurg (Sister Pollyanna).
While working as a caretaker at a convent, David poses as a minister in order to protect a wounded boy who has been smuggled into the United States from Mexico.

November 13, 1981: Triangle
Season 5, episode 5
W: Andrew Schneider   D: Mike Vejar

With Georgia Schmidt (Librarian), Eve McVeagh (Landlady), Don Maxwell (Guard), John H. Fields (Detective), Bill Cross (Foreman), Jerry Sloan (Lyle), Lewis Arquette (Les Creaseman), Andrea Marcovicci (Gale Weber), Mickey Jones (George), Peter Mark Richman (Ellis Jordan), Charles Napier (Bert).
An irate lumber baron becomes a threat to David's relationship with a young woman, and tries to force David out of town.

May 5, 1982: Slaves
Season 5, episode 6
W: Jeri Taylor   D: John A. Liberti

With Faye Grant (Christy), Charles Tyner (Roy), John Hancock (Isaac Whittier Ross), Jeffrey Kramer (Marty Gibbs).
After being captured by an ex-convict, David is forced to work as a slave in a gold mine.

May 12, 1982: A Minor Problem
Season 5, episode 7
W: Diane Frolov   D: Michael Preece

With Brad Harris (Jordan), John Walter Davis (Mark), Xander Berkeley (Tom), Gary Vinson (Sperling), Lisa Jane Persky (Rita), Linden Chiles (Cunningham), Nancy Lee Grahn (Patty Knowlton).
David enters a small deserted town that has been affected by bacteria. Now he must find an antidote for those who have been exposed to the plague -- including himself. (Last show of the series.)

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