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The Death of the Incredible Hulk

USA 1990
produced by
Bill Bixby, Robert Ewing, Hugh Spencer-Phillips for B & B Productions, New World/NBC
directed by Bill Bixby
starring Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Elizabeth Gracen, Philip Sterling, Barbara Tarbuck, Anna Katarina, John Novak, Andreas Katsulas, Chilton Crane, Carla Ferrigno, Duncan Fraser, Dwight McFee, Lindsay Bourne, Mina E. Mina, Marlane O'Brien, Garwin Sanford, Justin DiPego, Fred Henderson, Judith Maxie , French Tickner, Sonny Surowiec
screenplay by Gerald Di Pego, based on the Marvel Comics-character, created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, music by Lance Rubin, Hulk-makeup by Tibor Farkas, special makeup effects by Bill Terezakis, special effects by Dean Lockwood

Incredible Hulk, Incredible Hulk (Lou Ferrigno)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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David Banner (Bill Bixby) is currently working at a science lab as a janitor where the eminent professor Pratt (Philip Sterling) is trying to create a superhuman or something. Since Banner has already created a superhuman - his other self, the Hulk (Lou Ferrigno), a green giant Banner turns into everytime he's enraged -, he secretly helps out the provesor time and again by changing his notes around a bit and stuff. Eventually, Prof Pratt of course finds out that it is Banner improving his notes - and he couldn't be happier, since Banner really knows a lot ... but Banner only has one wish, that Pratt heals him from being the Hulk - and you know what, Pratt almost succeeds, when a terrorist, Jasmine (Elizabeth Gracen) interferes, who wants to get her hands on the professor's papers because he might be able to create a supersoldier. But Jasmine is of course a terrorist with a heart of gold, she only steals the papers because her boss Kasha (Andreas Katsulas) is holding her sister Bella (Anna Katarina) hostage, plus she saves the professor's life once his lab has accidently caught fire - which is of course why the Hulk doesn't attack her and why David falls in love with her (and she with him) once he has tracked her down ...

After the terrorist attack, the professor's lab has turned into a high security zone, but still, David and Jasmine do everything to get in to un-Hulk Banner once and for all ... but when they almost succeed, things get completely out of hand when Jasmine's siter Bella turns out not to be Kasha's hostage at all but his boss, and Kasha plans to replace Bella - and while they are up in arms against one another, David Banner becomes a casualty ... which in his case means he turns into the Hulk - and joins in the fight.

In the finale, the Hulk sees to it that a helicopter with Kasha, Bella, and himself on board explodes in mid-air - and when the Hulk crashes into the ground as a result, this kills him ... rather disappointingly, I have to confess, I thought that big green Hulk could take a bit more of a beating ...


Rather boring finale to the (by 1990 long cancelled) Hulk-TV-series. The script never rises above run-of-the-mill TV-movie level, and is even pretty mediocre at that, it almost completely lacks action and tries to make this up with a cheesy and clichéed romance subplot, the characters are flat tot he point of being flat, the Hulk himself is grossly underused, and David Banner's conflicts with his alter ego (the Hulk) are never really touched. Add to this an uninspired directorial effort and a totally disappointing finale (one would have expected something more spectacular than a badly staged fall from an exploding helicopter to kill the Hulk), and you are left with one piece of disappointing television.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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