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Alice In Disco Land

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Episode
7 of season 2
Director
Sigmund Neufeld Jr.
Writers
Karen Harris, Jill Sherman Donner
Original airdate
November 3, 1978
Alias
David Balon
Preceded by
Followed by


Alice In Disco Land is episode nineteen of the live-action TV series The Incredible Hulk. It originally aired on November 3, 1978 on CBS.

SynopsisEdit

David discovers that the troubled teenage daughter of a late friend is working in a shady discotheque as a dancer. He tries to help her to overcome a dependency with alcohol.

CastEdit

  • Bill Bixby as David Banner
  • Jack Colvin as Jack McGee
  • Lou Ferrigno as The Hulk
  • Donna Wilkes as Alice Morrow
  • Jason Kincaid as Louie Shaw
  • Julie Hill as Joan Roberts
  • Marc Alaimo as Ernie
  • Betty Anne Rees as Molly Margo
  • Mo Malone as Rosalyn Morrow
  • Dennis Holahan as Art Philbin
  • Freeman King as D.J.
  • Rori Gwynne as Waitress
  • Brion James as Al
  • Jennifer Joseph as Girl At Disco
  • Miles McNamara as Bernard
  • Ron Diliberto as Boy At Disco
  • Denice Kumagai as Sarah

HighlightsEdit

2-18 Alice in Disco Land

Ending sequence (also used in "Earthquakes Happen", "Like a Brother", "Captive Night", "The Lottery", "The Disciple", and "Patterns")

  • Cleverly mixes David's sensitivity with the Hulk's incredible power.
  • You can also hear a disco version of the Hulk theme in this episode.
  • Hulk out 1:  Falling through a rickety staircase while trying to get to the drunk girl who is about to jump off the roof, and then finding that she's locked the rooftop door
  • Hulk out 2: Trying to get out of the basement cage while handcuffed to a chair only to fall over a stack of boxed bottles and have them all fall on him

TriviaEdit

Co-writer Jill Sherman Donner is the widow of actor Robert Donner—who appeared in The Phenom and Sideshow.

The title is an allusion to the Lewis Carroll book "Alice in Wonderland".