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He's Mean, He's Green and he's back! In a daring chase when the incredible Hulk challenges an international spy ring that?s attempting to steal secret computer files.
Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno, stars of the late '70s, live-action television series The Incredible Hulk, cap a run of sporadic TV movies based on the old show with Death of the Incredible Hulk. The gloomy title says it all. Bixby's Dr. David Banner, spiritually exhausted after years of rage-induced transformations into a snarling, green monster, takes a last stab at finding a cure by posing as a retarded janitor in a government-funded research laboratory. His secret collaboration with a scientist (Philip Sterling) on "killing" the Hulk's genetic viability goes awry when a gorgeous foreign spy (Barbara Tarbuck) disrupts a crucial procedure and invites the wrath of brutal terrorists, the federal government, and, yes, the big man (Ferrigno) himself. With death chains rattling in the background, various ironies in the story become poignant: After years of isolation, Banner finds friendship and love just in time to risk it all for a lasting peace. --Tom Keogh
Bix & Lou reprise their famous roles. This film IS subtitled. Guest is Thor.Published 2 days ago by Endora Aphrattos
Bill Bixby ends his run as the alter ego of the Hulk. The title gives away the ending,but Bixby makes it work well.Published 2 months ago by Patrick L.
I have the entire series, so I hope I don't start crying (lol) after watching this-!Published 2 months ago by Christopher R. Filkins
Bill Bixby is one of the greatest actors of his generation, and this is one of the best shows that I ever watched. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tana Mansfield
Bill Bixby's last hooray was great as usual he's tries to get healed but fails. still the story plot will keep you interested through the whole movie.Published 5 months ago by rtweedy1124
This is only for fans of the show, it's the finale of the TV Characters. Lou Ferrigno's Hulk was never as powerful as the cartoon, comic or big screen Hulk. Read morePublished 5 months ago by a customer