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THE INCREDIBLE HULK COMPLETE SERIES ON DVD+3 REUNION MOVIES

The Incredible Hulk is an American television series based on
the Marvel comic book character of the same name created by Stan
Lee and Jack Kirby. The pilot episodes were a pair of TV movies on
the CBS network beginning on November 4, 1977; the series soon
followed, airing from March 10, 1978 to June 2, 1982.It starred
Bill Bixby as Dr. David Banner and Lou Ferrigno as the Hulk.
Ferrigno is the only actor of the show to appear in every episode
of the series. Bixby appeared in all but one of the episodes, a
total of 82. The concept was developed for television by producer,
writer, director Kenneth Johnson. The series still has a fanbase
around the world, making it a cult classic.

Made for TV movies
Two episodes of the series appeared first as stand-alone movies,
but were later re-edited into one-hour length (two-parters) for
syndication. They were produced as pilots before the series
officially began in 1978:
The Incredible Hulk (1977) (distributed in theaters in some
countries)
Return of the Incredible Hulk (1977) (also shown overseas as
a feature film) – It was retitled Death in the Family for
syndication
Six years after the cancellation of the television series in
1982, three television movies were produced with Bixby and Ferrigno
reprising their roles.
All of these aired on NBC:
The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988) :This marked the first
time that another Marvel Universe character appeared in the milieu
of the TV series. David Banner meets a former student (played by
Steve Levitt), who has a magical hammer that summons Thor (played
by Eric Allan Kramer), a Viking warrior prevented from entering
Valhalla. Set up as a back-door pilot for a live-action television
series starring Thor. This project marked Colvin's final appearance
as Jack McGee, and the character's storyline was left
unresolved.
The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989): David Banner
meets a blind lawyer named Matt Murdock and his masked alter ego,
Daredevil. The Incredible Hulk and the Daredevil battle the Kingpin
of Crime, although he was referred to only by his birth name,
Wilson Fisk. Daredevil was portrayed by Rex Smith, while John
Rhys-Davies portrayed Fisk. This was also set up as back-door pilot
for a live-action television series featuring Daredevil. Stan Lee
has a cameo appearance as one of the jury members overlooking
Banner's trial.
The Death of the Incredible Hulk (1990): David Banner
falls in love with an Eastern European spy (played by Elizabeth
Gracen) and saves two kidnapped scientists. The film ends with the
Hulk taking a fatal fall from an airplane, reverting to human form
just before he dies, and allowing Banner to make a dying
declaration.

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