The Incredible Hulk 1996 | TV Show Watchlist
Scientist Bruce Banner seeks a cure for the angry green giant within him in this animated series adapted from the venerable Marvel comic book. Lou Ferrigno, who voices the beast, played the Hulk in CBS's live-action version.
Premiered: September 8, 1996
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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.
While delivering laundry to a prison, David Banner is forced to help three women escape in his truck. The truck breaks down and the trio force David to hike with them over the mountain, but their trek is interrupted when the expectant mother goes into labor. When the authorities arrive on the scene, they take into custody a mother, two godmothers and new-born twins.
On the road to a job in Miami, David Banner is given a ride by a naïve young pitcher going to try out for his first professional baseball team. Banner stays with him for the tryouts and with the help of a drunken sports writer saves him from being used by an unscrupulous agent. But it takes the Hulk to void a crooked contract with the agent and his hoods.
David Banner helps a young man who lives with his thieving brother and former sister-in-law and her baby in a trailer camp. When the mother and her baby try to escape the abusive treatment she has been receiving from her in-laws, Banner is accused of aiding her by the outlaws and of stealing by the local farmers.
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- Premiered: September 8, 1996
- Rating: TV-Y7
- Premise: Scientist Bruce Banner seeks a cure for the angry green giant within him in this animated series adapted from the venerable Marvel comic book. Lou Ferrigno, who voices the beast, played the Hulk in CBS's live-action version. (more)