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The Death of the Incredible Hulk (Bilingual)


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Product Details

  • Actors: Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Elizabeth Gracen, Philip Sterling, Barbara Tarbuck
  • Directors: Bill Bixby
  • Writers: Gerald Di Pego
  • Producers: Bill Bixby, Hugh Spencer-Phillips, Robert Ewing
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: June 3 2003
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009ATIM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,556 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Product Description

He's Mean, He's Green and he's back! In a daring chase when the incredible Hulk challenges an international spy ring that’s attempting to steal secret computer files.

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Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno, stars of the late '70s, live-action television series The Incredible Hulk, cap a run of sporadic TV movies based on the old show with Death of the Incredible Hulk. The gloomy title says it all. Bixby's Dr. David Banner, spiritually exhausted after years of rage-induced transformations into a snarling, green monster, takes a last stab at finding a cure by posing as a retarded janitor in a government-funded research laboratory. His secret collaboration with a scientist (Philip Sterling) on "killing" the Hulk's genetic viability goes awry when a gorgeous foreign spy (Barbara Tarbuck) disrupts a crucial procedure and invites the wrath of brutal terrorists, the federal government, and, yes, the big man (Ferrigno) himself. With death chains rattling in the background, various ironies in the story become poignant: After years of isolation, Banner finds friendship and love just in time to risk it all for a lasting peace. --Tom Keogh

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

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By A Customer on July 10 2003
Format: DVD
There was really not much point in doing this movie aside from the fact that it was not supposed to be the last Hulk TV movie ever made. Returns and Trial were basically plots for Thor and Daredevil to have their own shows (but these were never picked up). The title says it all. Dr. David Banner makes one last effort to rid himself of his green alter-ego, The Hulk even though the cure might destroy him because it involves his brain cells. Terrorists foil the plot, and they spend the rest of the movie where Banner and the Hulk find romance and then the final act and they are lying on the airport tarmat dying. (Done for pure shock entertaiment value only). There was no dignity in it, and it makes the whole 1978 to 1982 Tv show pointless. (They were planning another TV movie where the Hulk would have been revived with additional gamma rays (Similar to how they often revived the Frankenstein monster). But Bill Bixby passed away in 1993, and it was never done. Sad way to end things and it's perhaps better that we forget this whole series at all, it was never about the Hulk as seen in comics.
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This was by far the best of the three post-series movies, as it came closest to capturing the feel of the original series, yet it still had it's problems. Firstly, the Hulk fell from a great height in the original series episode "Freefall" and lived, but was killed by a fall in this movie?? Maybe it was the combination of the plane exploding and that fall that actually killed him, but it still seemed unbelievable. The second problem was not having Jack McGee included in the movie. Being that the movie was the end of the Hulk, it almost seemed sacriligeous not to have Jack there at the end. Now I understand there were plans to do another Hulk movie after that (The Rebirth of the Hulk, or something along those lines), but Bill Bixby's illness prevented it from ever being produced. Too bad, since I would have liked to see what they had planned. Overall though, this is a fairly decent Hulk movie, and worth the watch if your a Hulk fan.
The DVD includes nothing in the way of extras for the movie itself, but does offer trailers to Daredevil, the two X-Men movies, and the Planet of the Apes.
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I had the opportunity to check out a review copy of this DVD recently.
With the "Hulk" about to storm movie theaters in a big screen adaptation of the popular comic strip character, the adventures from the highly successful 1970s television series "The Incredible Hulk" have begun to appear on DVD. This 1990 movie, the final time that star Bill Bixby would appear onscreen with Lou Ferrigno, continues the quest of main character Dr. David Banner to rid himself of the green mutation that takes over whenever his survival is threatened.
The movie begins with Banner working as a janitor at a top secret government research lab. The scientist in charge of the research at the lab is conducting some of the same radiation experiments that led Banner to his original predicament many years before. Someone is breaking into the lab late at night and working on the experiments, helping the scientist. The scientist is shocked to discover Banner - whom he took to be a low level sanitation technician - is the one aiding in his research and, after learning of his plight, decides to help him rid himself of the monster inside.
It is here that the movie takes an unfortunate tangent. Some unidentified group - they act, look and sound like the KGB - learns of the research being conducted at the lab and decides to steal it, using one of their top female agents to infiltrate the complex and steal the papers.
Making her entrance into the lab at a critical point in the procedure to cure Banner a fire is started and the Hulk emerges, leading Banner on an inexorable course of action that will ultimately force him to choose between life and death and love and survival.
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I wish this third film could of been called Cure Of The Incredible Hulk, But Bill Bixby had plans to do what a lot of comic books do and bring the superhero back to life, which would of been titled Rebirth Of The Incredible Hulk. The script to Rebirth was completed by Gerald Dipego who did the final scripts for Trial Of and Death Of, Rebirth was in Pre-Production, But very sadly, Bill Bixby died of Prostate Cancer and the project was then shelved. The story to Death Of was good, and it was better in that it was a Hulk only adventure without any other superheroes involved. Lou Ferringo's green makeup looked excellent in this movie, and all the performances were very good, But it was originally not to be the end. The t.v. series is an excellent series based on the most popular Marvel Comics Superhero, and the series is still not properly closed until Rebirth somehow gets done with a new script and new direction since Bixby isn't with us anymore. RIP Bill!!!
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This final Incredible Hulk telemovie finds David Banner(Bill
Bixby)working as a janitor in a radiation lab were he trys
to find a cure for his condition.Unfortuanly for Banner terrorist
find out and pursue the Hulk and David Banners girlfriend.
The Hulk is killed out in this movie when a helicoptor or
airplane he is own explodes or he is pushed out I forget
which.Anyway he falls to his death and than changes back
to David Banner.Banner than smiles with tears in his eyes
and says he is cured and than dies.This was a sad movie
but it was a great one to.This dvd will be a barebones disc
but is worth buying for the movie itself and also to go with
the incredible hulk collection,the incredible hulk original
pilot and hopefully the Hulk movie(2003)which will street
hopefully in the Fall of this year on dvd.Hopefully we will
get a nice clean crisp transfur on this disc.
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