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Blind Rage

Blind Rage

Episode
2 of season 3
Director
Jeffrey Hayden
Writer
Daniel B. Ullman
Original airdate
September 28, 1979
Alias
David Blair
Preceded by
Followed by

"Blind Rage" is episode twenty-four of the live-action TV series The Incredible Hulk. It originally aired on September 28, 1979 on CBS.

SynopsisEdit

David's life is in peril when an accident at chemical warfare test site leaves him blinded and at the mercy of a corrupt military official.

CastEdit

  • Bill Bixby ... David Banner
  • Lou Ferrigno ... The Hulk
  • Nicolas Coster ... Col. Drake
  • Jack Rader ... Major Anderson
  • Lee Bryant ... Carrie Banks
  • Tom Stechschulte ... Lt. Jerry Banks
  • Don Dubbins ... Sgt. Murkland
  • Michael Alldredge ... Sgt. Sam Stanley
  • Michelle Stacy ... Patty Banks
  • Dennis Fimple ... Sergeant
  • Michael Horsley ... Ambulance Driver
  • Meshach Taylor ... M.P.
  • Leonard Lightfoot ... Brubeck
  • Mitch Reta ... Mahalovich
  • Gary Devaney ... Sentry

HighlightsEdit

3-35 Blind Rage

Ending sequence (same as in "The Antowuk Horror")

  • Bixby does a good job portraying a helpless blind man
  • The Hulk faces off against a military tank
  • Hulk out 1: Wandering into an Army dump to get the deadly canister of army nerve gas that has blinded his friend, only to be caught by a mean MP who knocks his gas mask off and throws him back down the hill, knocking the canister open so that David can frantically try to put his mask back on before looking up to see that the MP has somehow brought in a crane and is dumping two tons of garbage on him (an unusually bizarre situation)
  • Hulk out 2: While blinded for the episode, wandering across an Army training course, and then veering into the training minefield (really has to be seen to be believed)