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  • Actors: Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: UNI DIST CORP. (MCA)
  • DVD Release Date: June 3, 2008
  • Run Time: 869 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001675Z2O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,864 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Incredible Hulk: Season 4" on IMDb

Special Features

Disc 1:
  • Audio Commentary On 2-Part Season Premiere "Prometheus", with Creator/Producer Kenneth Johnson


  • Disc 4:
  • Creating an Iconic Character: The Hulk
  • Inside An Episode: "Prometheus" Photo Gallery

  • Editorial Reviews

    Product Description

    Thundering onto DVD for the first time ever is the complete Fourth Season of The Incredible Hulk! Primetime Emmy Award Nominee Bill Bixby returns as the mild-mannered scientist David Banner who uncontrollably morphs into the enraged Hulk (Lou Ferrigno). While searching for a cure, he encounters a variety of characters played by impressive guest stars such as Dick Durock (Swamp Thing), Dick O'Neill (Cagney and Lacey) and Lou Ferrigno in a different role! This 4-disc set includes all 18 action-packed episodes and all-new exclusive bonus content featuring show creator Kenneth Johnson. Even though Banner proclaims "You wouldn't like me when I'm angry," take home Season Four of The Incredible Hulk today, and you won't be sorry!

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    Not even the awesome power of The Incredible Hulk could prevent the 1980 Writers Guild strike from delaying the debut of its fourth season, or from reducing the number of episodes in the season from 23 to 18, but fans still found enough excitement and drama in the lonely adventures of Dr. David Banner (Bill Bixby) and his powerful, green-skinned alter ego (Lou Ferrigno). It's unfortunate that the fourth season wasn't allowed to air its complete run of episodes, since the ones that were broadcast were among the series' best. Season opener "Prometheus" finds Banner stuck in mid-transformation after encountering a meteor, while "The First" introduces him to another individual who has his own Hulk-like side. The fourth season also shows the program's writing and production staff continuing to deliver fresh takes on Banner's dilemma; in "Deep Shock," he develops the ability to see into the future after the Hulk is electrocuted in a power plant, while "The Harder They Fall" finds Banner forced to embrace his uncontrollable side as a means of curing his paralysis after an accident. Jack Colvin's Jack McGee also gets a fine showcase in "Interview with the Hulk," and Ferrigno is featured sans makeup and wig as an aspiring bodybuilder in "King of the Beach." Unfortunately, the truncated 4th season was also the beginning of the end for the show; cost-cutting measures put a halt to the fifth season after only 7 episodes, leaving fans wanting more of the quality adventures they saw in the fourth and final full season.

    All 18 episodes of the Hulk's fourth season are included on this four-disc set, which also offers creator Kenneth Johnson's scene specific commentary on "Prometheus." Johnson also weighs in on the 10-minute featurette "Creating an Iconic Character: The Hulk," which explores the challenges of casting the title character (actor Richard Kiel was briefly considered) and the producers' fond memories of working with Ferrigno, who is oddly absent from the extra. A short gallery of production photos from "Prometheus" and the same promotional featurette for the Incredible Hulk theatrical release round out the supplemental features. -- Paul Gaita

    Customer Reviews

    Return was easy and money was refunded quickly.
    Mickey
    Anyway, for those who like the good guy to win, this is the series to watch.
    Gweman
    Season four is in my honest opinion, the best season of all five!
    Michael Hein

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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ervin Griffin on June 16, 2008
    Format: DVD
    I just bought this season just because Season 3 was out! I am glad I did because this one had some of my favorite episodes from that show. It still had much of the Kenneth Johnson formula but now, we see a little more sci-fi in this one plus we get an unintentional nod to the comic book with the Hulk facing off with the military in Prometheus!

    Here are the episodes (not in order necessarily but they are on this set):

    Prometheus, Pts. 1 & 2 - While in the woods in Utah, Dr. David Banner runs into a blind woman and helps her cope with her handicap. Meanwhile, a meteor crashes to earth that interferes with Banner's metamorphisis into the Hulk, leaving him between his human form and his monster form! He is captured by a military outfit called "Prometheus" and what we get is one great episode!

    The First, Pts. 1 & 2 - While investigating a scientist who he thinks may have the cure for his problem, Banner runs into his old assistant and learns that he used to be a creature similiar to The Hulk. Unlike Banner, however, this man wants to be the creature again no matter what and gets his wish with unintentional help from Dr. Banner! Now, the good doctor must risk his own chance to be cured to stop this evil Hulk!

    Freefall - A corrupt politician tries to kill Banner while he's parachuting from 12,000 feet!

    Deep Shock - After saving a man from electrocution (as The Hulk), Banner discovers that he has temporarily gained ESP.

    The Harder They Fall - A car accident leaves Banner paralyzed from the chest down! Banner has to resist the temptation to become The Hulk on purpose in order to heal himself and stop a friend from making a big mistake.
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    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Scott Mcintyre on June 10, 2008
    Format: DVD
    The 4th season is my favorite after season 2 as the show returns from a lethargic 3rd season to kick into high gear. The Hulk's best episodes were usually the two parters and the 3rd year was totally lacking in any epic episodes. The one episode which could have been an outstanding two fer, "Homecoming", was made as a one shot and is standout. But it needed to be bigger.

    This season makes up for it in the first episode. "Prometheus" is my all-time favorite episode (with "Myster Man" of year 2 a very close second), as Banner deals with being stuck in mid-transformation. The cliffhanger is outstanding and this actually would have made a great season ender for year 3. But season ending cliffhangers were just getting started and not the Hulk's forte. The commentary by Kenny Johnson, as usual, has a wealth of fascinating information. Either he kept every scrap of info on his shows at hand or has the best memory of all time. Part 2 is something of a let down as it becomes a series or rampages, enlivened by one really great confrontation between the half-changed Banner and Jack McGee (really, Jack should be piecing this together by now).

    Another classic and final two-part episode is "The First," which is a wonderful homage to the classic Universal monster movies of the 30's and 40's. Dr. Clive, Visaria, Del "Frye" are all names taken from those films. The final battle is disappointing since Dick Durock is no Lou Ferrigno (cmoe on, an old Hulk should have been played by no less than Jack LaLanne!), but the pacing is wonderful and the music score (as in "Prometheus") is outstanding. Not as much Banner and Hulk in this one, since it focuses on Frye and his creature, but it's interesting to see a murderous Hulk type creature and what he would do.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Simon44 on June 4, 2008
    Format: DVD
    i am so glad they finally are bringing back the older tv shows and this show was very cool. The power to go from good to being super strong is very cool. To me all the movies really does not compare to the tv shows. Yes the first movie they came out with stunk this next movie they have coming out looks really good, also a plus when you get season 3 and 4 you get a movie ticket in each box set nice.
    well if they have a season 5 i will get it i mean you cant just get one seaon and forget about the rest of the seasons.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By littlepaws on January 14, 2010
    Format: DVD
    The Fourth Season of the "Incredible Hulk ," is truly incredible! All the episodes are very entertaining and the scripts are so very interesting , great action and real humanity in all the stories as well. Bill Bixby is excellent, the only one who can really play the role of David Banner
    , who is a brilliant doctor, and who while trying to find a cure for turing into the hulk helps so many people in many ways along his journey. I must say Lou Ferrigno is a fantastic actor as well and portays more emotion and acting skills, without even speaking in the role as the Hulk. Brilliant and talents, it was great to see him get a lot of screen time in the episode ,"King of the Beach," which he did a great job playing a dual role as the Hulk and and Carl. One of my favorite episodes. Excellent season fans will love it, plus the extra features. Brilliant shows and heartfelt and brilliant acting all around.
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    8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Barry Allen on April 9, 2008
    Format: DVD
    After a subpar 1979-1980 season, The Incredible Hulk returned to television in November 1980 after a writer's strike. As the majority of the 18 episodes of the season would show, The Hulk still had plenty left in his tank. New and inventive storylines were presented, the stars of the show stepped behind the camera as opposed to in front of the camera, and Ol' Greenskin delivered in his first speaking role. This was to be however, the last hurrah for the big green guy, as the show soon became marred by tragedy and cost cutting.

    The season opens with the thrilling two-part action packed episode "Prometheus." David Banner's encounter with a meteor brings out his alter ego. However, Banner finds himself stuck in mid-transformation when he reverts back to his normal(?)self, and the military investigating the creature along with the meteor further complicate matters. "Prometheus" ranks among the best in the all-time episodes of the series and effectively bridges the gap between the first three seasons to the end of the series.

    What made season four effective was that the most important episodes centered on Banner and his quest to finally rid himself of the creature, something that season three seemed to lack. This is evident in episodes such as "Darkside." When Banner attempts to supress the emergence of The Hulk, he instead taps into the creature's evil side. Another episode that reaches into the depths of Banner's subconsciousness is "Deep Shock." When the creature is electrocuted at a power plant, the side effects of the accident have Banner seeing into the future, with possible fatal results. The episode at the centermost point of season four is "The First." SPOILER ALERT: This IS the closest that David Banner will EVER come to finding a cure to rid himself of The Hulk.
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