History YMMV / TheIncrediblehulk

4th Oct '17 3:34:05 PM avon
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* Anvilicious: David could sure preach. Especially when it was time to get a character to stop feeling sorry for themselves. But then again, this is Bill Bixby who was like that in every series he's in. And this was television of TheSeventies.
4th Oct '17 3:10:18 PM avon
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* EarlyBirdCameo: In ''Trial of the Incredible Hulk'', Matt Murdock's office mates were seen but had no lines and remained unnamed. Marvel fans, however, know that they were Foggy Nelson and Karen Page. Presumably, they would have been properly introduced had the [[BackdoorPilot intended]] {{Comicbook/''Daredevil''}} spinoff series been greenlighted.

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* EarlyBirdCameo: In ''Trial of the Incredible Hulk'', Matt Murdock's office mates were seen but had no lines and remained unnamed. Marvel fans, however, know that they were Foggy Nelson and Karen Page. Presumably, they would have been properly introduced had the [[BackdoorPilot intended]] {{Comicbook/''Daredevil''}} ''{{Comicbook/Daredevil}}'' spinoff series been greenlighted.
4th Oct '17 3:08:56 PM avon
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* CreatorCameo: JackKirby appears as a police sketch artist in one episode. He is sketching a witnesses description of the Hulk. Quite unexpectedly, the sketch resembles his own comics style of the character rather than Lou Ferrigno. Stan Lee would make the first of his continuing cameo appearances in ''The Trial Of The Incredible Hulk.''
* EarlyBirdCameo: In ''Trial of the Incredible Hulk'', Matt Murdock's office mates were seen but had no lines and remained unnamed. Marvel fans, however, know that they were Foggy Nelson and Karen Page. Presumably, they would have been properly introduced had the Comics/Daredevil series been greenlighted.

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* CreatorCameo: JackKirby appears as a police sketch artist in one episode. He is sketching a witnesses description of the Hulk. Quite unexpectedly, expectedly, the sketch resembles his own comics style of the character rather than Lou Ferrigno. Stan Lee would make the first of his continuing cameo appearances in ''The Trial Of The Incredible Hulk.''
* EarlyBirdCameo: In ''Trial of the Incredible Hulk'', Matt Murdock's office mates were seen but had no lines and remained unnamed. Marvel fans, however, know that they were Foggy Nelson and Karen Page. Presumably, they would have been properly introduced had the Comics/Daredevil [[BackdoorPilot intended]] {{Comicbook/''Daredevil''}} spinoff series been greenlighted.
4th Oct '17 3:04:23 PM avon
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* CreatorCameo: JackKirby appears as a police sketch artist in one episode. He is sketching a witnesses description of the Hulk. Quite unexpectedly, the sketch resembles his own comics style of the character rather than Lou Ferrigno. Stan Lee would make the first of his continuing cameo appearances in ''The Trial Of The Incredible Hulk.''
* EarlyBirdCameo: In ''Trial of the Incredible Hulk'', Matt Murdock's office mates were seen but had no lines and remained unnamed. Marvel fans, however, know that they were Foggy Nelson and Karen Page. Presumably, they would have been properly introduced had the Comics/Daredevil series been greenlighted.



--> Donald Blake raising the Mjolnir hammer (his usual method of summoning Thor): '''Odiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin!''

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--> Donald Blake raising the Mjolnir hammer (his usual method of summoning Thor): '''Odiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin!''"'''Odiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin!'''"
4th Oct '17 2:52:29 PM avon
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* TearJerker: The regular concluding scene in each episode of Banner hiking down the road to "The Lonely Man," ever burdened by the destructive curse he carries with him.

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* TearJerker: The regular concluding scene VagueAge: David is supposedly in each episode of Banner hiking down his early 30s when the road to "The Lonely Man," ever burdened by series starts (Bill Bixby was 43 at the destructive curse time so it's an extreme case of DawsonCasting). When given descriptions of said JohnDoe, he carries with him.is most often described as about 34. Given that he was already a renowned researcher, he might have been older than that, since for a physician/scientist, being in his early 30s wouldn't make him that far removed from his medical school/residency days. At the time of the first TV movie, seven years had passed for him as in realtime. Add to the number of years that the series lasted, that would make him about eleven years older, so mid forties by 1988. Don Blake is said to be a contemporary of David, having been in the same class but he clearly looks like he would have still been in undergraduate college when David was already established in his career.
4th Oct '17 2:02:44 PM avon
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** From The Incredible Hulk Returns:
--> Donald Blake raising the Mjolnir hammer (his usual method of summoning Thor): '''Odiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin!''
2nd Oct '17 12:13:33 AM avon
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* AcceptableBreaksFromReality: As a drifter, David is able to get all sorts of jobs that don't require references. Some of these are more questionable than others. In TheSeventies and TheEighties, there was no digital footprint technology or advanced forensics. So a person could more plausibly travel off the grid incognito. However, in ''The Incredible Hulk Returns'', he appears to be gainfully employed as a scientist at a research lab, albeit under another alias. [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief As to how he was able to demonstrate his credentials without referring to his past work under his true identity...]].


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* NonIndicativeTitle: ''Trial of the Incredible Hulk'' [[spoiler: The trial scene is a dream sequence]]
8th Jun '17 10:03:49 PM Maddoxsort
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* {{Narm}}: [[FilmingForEasyDubAny time a scene with the Hulk has bystanders speaking, the dialogue is added post-production]] because the Hulk is constantly subjected to {{Overcrank}} for dramatic effect and the limitations of the film and recording equipment at the time made it difficult to perfect the timing of speaking parts without the slow-motion sequences distorting the audio captures, so the vocal audio parts (aside from Lou Ferrigno's Hulk noises) were recorded separately on a sound stage. Because none of the vocal performances are live, they ''always'' sound so fake and shoehorned in, like a crummy {{Franchise/Godzilla}} dub, with the tones and delivery of the lines never meshing cleanly with the scenes of the Hulk. Worse, a lot of the time, the dialogue would be thrown in while the characters were off-screen, making it painfully obvious they couldn't lip-sync any of the sound bytes, or even sound like they're in the same place as the Hulk (characters from afar sound too loud for it to sound believable and like they're blurting their lines out or just plain shouting into the mics).

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* {{Narm}}: [[FilmingForEasyDubAny [[FilmingForEasyDub Any time a scene with the Hulk has bystanders speaking, the dialogue is added post-production]] because the Hulk is constantly subjected to {{Overcrank}} for dramatic effect and the limitations of the film and recording equipment at the time made it difficult to perfect the timing of speaking parts without the slow-motion sequences distorting the audio captures, so the vocal audio parts (aside from Lou Ferrigno's Hulk noises) were recorded separately on a sound stage. Because none of the vocal performances are live, they ''always'' sound so fake and shoehorned in, like a crummy {{Franchise/Godzilla}} dub, with the tones and delivery of the lines never meshing cleanly with the scenes of the Hulk. Worse, a lot of the time, the dialogue would be thrown in while the characters were off-screen, making it painfully obvious they couldn't lip-sync any of the sound bytes, or even sound like they're in the same place as the Hulk (characters from afar sound too loud for it to sound believable and like they're blurting their lines out or just plain shouting into the mics).
8th Jun '17 10:03:29 PM Maddoxsort
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* {{Narm}}: Any time a scene with the Hulk has bystanders speaking, the dialogue is added post-production because the Hulk is constantly subjected to {{Overcrank}} for dramatic effect and the limitations of the film and recording equipment at the time made it difficult to perfect the timing of speaking parts without the slow-motion sequences distorting the audio captures, so the vocal audio parts (aside from Lou Ferrigno's Hulk noises) were recorded separately on a sound stage. Because none of the vocal performances are live, they ''always'' sound so fake and shoehorned in, like a crummy {{Franchise/Godzilla}} dub, with the tones and delivery of the lines never meshing cleanly with the scenes of the Hulk. Worse, a lot of the time, the dialogue would be thrown in while the characters were off-screen, making it painfully obvious they couldn't lip-sync any of the sound bytes, or even sound like they're in the same place as the Hulk (characters from afar sound too loud for it to sound believable and like they're blurting their lines out or just plain shouting into the mics).

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* {{Narm}}: Any [[FilmingForEasyDubAny time a scene with the Hulk has bystanders speaking, the dialogue is added post-production post-production]] because the Hulk is constantly subjected to {{Overcrank}} for dramatic effect and the limitations of the film and recording equipment at the time made it difficult to perfect the timing of speaking parts without the slow-motion sequences distorting the audio captures, so the vocal audio parts (aside from Lou Ferrigno's Hulk noises) were recorded separately on a sound stage. Because none of the vocal performances are live, they ''always'' sound so fake and shoehorned in, like a crummy {{Franchise/Godzilla}} dub, with the tones and delivery of the lines never meshing cleanly with the scenes of the Hulk. Worse, a lot of the time, the dialogue would be thrown in while the characters were off-screen, making it painfully obvious they couldn't lip-sync any of the sound bytes, or even sound like they're in the same place as the Hulk (characters from afar sound too loud for it to sound believable and like they're blurting their lines out or just plain shouting into the mics).
8th Jun '17 2:04:19 PM Megazord
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** He also ruins snipers from taking out Banner at the university by leading with a direct attack, resulting in him transforming.
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