Jack Colvin

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VIDEO: Moving Violation

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Moving Violation
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 48:07
Aired: 2/3/1991

Sheriff Metzger refuses to break the rules for an influential ambassador. When Metzger is accused of murder, Jessica sets out to uncover the truth. watch

VIDEO: A Minor Problem

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A Minor Problem
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Length: 48:28
Aired: 5/12/1982

David wanders into a deserted town and discovers that its inhabitants have been evacuated due to the release of deadly bacteria. watch

VIDEO: A Minor Problem

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A Minor Problem
Paid | iTunes
Length: 15:45:50
Aired: 5/12/1982

After traveling to a strange town for a job interview at a chemical plant, David Banner finds the plant empty and the town deserted. He eventually encounters a young woman scientist, a group of looters and a dying puppy. The woman tells him of the powerful bacterial contamination and they race against time to the plant for an antidote and evidence of the plant's illegal experiments. watch

Videos

The Incredible Hulk: Season 5
The Terminal Man
The Incredible Hulk: Season 3
Hickey & Boggs

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Child's Play (1988)
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Child's Play (1988)
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Embryo
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Embryo

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The Return of the Beast, Pt. 2
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Moving Violation
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Doom with a View
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Silent World

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Credits

Year Title Description
1988 Child's Play Movie, Actor - Dr. Ardmore
1978 The Incredible Hulk TV Show Series, Actor - Jack McGee
1976 Embryo Movie, Actor - Dr. Winston
1975 Rooster Cogburn Movie, Actor - Red
1974 The Terminal Man Movie, Actor - Coroner

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News

HULK STAR REMEMBERED

Jack Colvin, best known for playing relentless tabloid reporter Jack McGee in the 1970s series The Incredible Hulk, died last Thursday of complications following a stroke. He was 71. Recalling his most memorable TV foray, Colvin once told the Los Angeles Times, "When they told me the title, I laughed. But then they gave me two scripts to read and I knew the series would go." Hulk, with Bill Bixby in the lead, ran from 1977 to 1982. read more

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