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  • Actors: Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Jack Colvin, Brett Cullen, Anne Lockhart
  • Directors: Bernard McEveety, Chuck Bowman, John Liberti, Michael Preece, Michael Vejar
  • Writers: Andrew Schneider, Deborah Dean Davis, Diane Frolov
  • Format: Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • 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: 2
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: May 14 2013
  • Run Time: 339 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,009 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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The Incredible Hulk roars again as every thrilling episode from the fifth season arrives on DVD! Reunited with former scientist David Banner (Primetime Emmy Award nominee Bill Bixby) as he takes on more death-defying adventures that place him closer to finding a cure for his alter ego, the ferocious Incredible Hulk (Lou Ferrigno). Will he finally find peace from the rages that make him mean and green? With all-new DVD-exclusive bonus content featuring show creator Kenneth Johnson, and an amazing slate of guest stars, it’s the ultimate DVD set of the season so intense you won’t want to miss a minute!

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The shows are good but their are only 7 and don't think its worth price
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3202050) out of 5 stars The end is here...sadly Nov. 18 2008
By O. B. Tryggvason - Published on
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The final season of "The Incredible Hulk" consists of just 7 episodes and I'm not really all that sure as to how many of these were actual season 5 episodes. The fourth season was cut short due to a writers strike, had a late start and only 18 episodes. Before the fifth season got underway the show had already been canceled.

As is, this is easily the weakest season overall. Of the 7 episodes, three are worthy of the best the series had to offer.

1. The Phenom: BAD. Bad acting, bad story, lame Hulk action and an overall silly overtone ruin this one.

2. Two Godmothers: Nothing special. Stretches credibility, even by Hulk standards, weak writing and lame acting. OK Hulk-out in the middle but this is overall a forgettable affair.

3. Veteran: Pretty good. Overall a suspenseful episode with a good plot twist, solid acting, good Hulk action and some nifty flashbacks.

4. Sanctuary: Solid. I'd read some bad reviews for this one but I was pleasantly surprised. It's nothing special but it's entertaining nonetheless. I did find it odd to cast Diana Muldaur (previously cast as David's sister in the Season 3 episode "Homecoming") as the head nun.

5. Triangle: Solid. OK affair in which David falls for a woman but fate rears it's ugly head and sends him on his way once again. Nice twist in the end and this proved to be Jack McGee's swansong in the original series.

6. Slaves: BAD. Nice scenery, nice location, OK story and good actors on paper but all is for naught in this very lame episode. Horrible sequences and beyond bad acting performances sink this puppy. It's a credit to Bixby that he managed to keep a straight face among these actors who are not having a good day.

7. A Minor Problem: Good. At least the series ended on a high note with this suspenseful and somewhat offbeat episode. Good story, eerie atmosphere in the beginning and great Hulk action ensure that the final episode is a gem for Hulk fans.

I wish the series had had a proper conclusion but the TV movie "Death of the Incredible Hulk" at least provided some form of closure to fans. This fifth season is a no-brainer purchase for fans and if they're anything like me, they'll find that overall this is a real keeper, just as the first four seasons.

The extras are solid. A nice 18 plus minute featurette with Ken Johnson and co. and a great gag reel which displays Bixby at his comical best.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1e74354) out of 5 stars Sad ending to a great show Aug. 9 2009
By Picardfan007 - Published on
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If you saw any of the commentary in the earlier season sets; Bixby's son in real life passed away from an infection. Sadly I do believe it influenced the production. It showed in Bixby's energy and approach. I was disappointed the show left when it did. There was so much more we could have seen. Too bad there was never a series finale. It deserved so much better.

The show was cancelled due to a management change at CBS. However the remaining episodes are worth your time. Without giving an analysis of remaining ones, they were at least intellegently written. If this show is ever brought back to TV, I hope the powers that be get someone as good as Bill Bixby.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa13e4108) out of 5 stars Last Season... Sept. 3 2010
By PETER MOY - Published on
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As many viewers points out this is the weakest of all the seasons simply there's only 7 episodes not enough to really gauge the a full 20 shows season would be like. Also disappointing is that Kenneth Johnson was to properly end the show had there been a full season, we only now have the telefilm "Death of the Incredible Hulk" as a final chapter to this wonderfully crafted television series. Here's to Bill Bixby the once and always HULK (and David Banner too).
HASH(0xa3202584) out of 5 stars An Old Favorite from my Younger Days Aug. 15 2013
By KCWANGSVICK - Published on
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My kids (who are now grown and have families of their own) always thought there Mom was a bit odd because I liked The Incredible Hulk - way before the newer movies came out. I had Hulk shirts and toys and comics and photos and even a watch. I told them all about the Incredible Hulk series on TV from when I was younger -- actually the show came out the year my first son was born... I was 25, not exactly a 'youth'. But I liked the HULK comics before that.

So, when I noticed that the original TV Movies and Series/Seasons had come out on DVD, I rounded them up - some on Amazon, some elsewhere, some new, some used. I got he Fourth and Fifth Seasons on a great sale from Amazon just last week. They arrived quickly. And now my set is complete - well, except for one of the two recent movies... not Bill Bixby/Lou movies
HASH(0xa32029a4) out of 5 stars Technical Difficulties? July 15 2015
By Endora Aphrattos - Published on
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My least favorite season of the series. No series finale, no conclusions it simply ends. Some idjit took over briefly (I don't remember if it was the station or studio, but) he and canceled a bunch of series's, it didn't matter what their ratings were and The Hulk was one that got axed. Presumably because he didn't like it. Raw deal. This season is subtitled in English for the deaf as are all of the special features, as are every season.