Take a look at this wonderful article about the Hulk television show. It gives a detailed look into what made up that show.
Give him a follow too, because it looks like his is a blog that will have extraordinary things to say.
- How Realism Sabotaged the Original Incredible Hulk (extremisreviews.com)
- Incredible Hulk wannabe does something incredibly stupid: He colors himself green with nuclear submarine paint (pennlive.com)
- The Incredible Hulk (theonekillis94.wordpress.com)
- Review – The Incredible Hulk (breathesbooks.wordpress.com)
Whenever we Brits want to moan about the state of TV today, a common mantra is to bemoan schedules that are packed with “cheap American imports”. The funny thing is that this is hardly something new. Back in the 70s and 80s, the schedules were always stuffed with American imports: Buck Rogers, The A-Team, Knight Rider, (and they never looked as cheap as British TV did).
There was even a superhero show: The Incredible Hulk starring Bill Bixby as David Banner and bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno as his alter-ego, the Hulk. It’s surprising that we got this show at all, because superheroes were hardly ever seen on our screens, with the exception of the camp classic Batman.
The Hulk’s catchphrase in the opening credits was always, “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” Oh, but we did. We loved the Hulk. In fact…
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