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Deathmask

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Episode
20 of season 3
Director
John McPherson
Writer
Nicholas Corea
Original airdate
March 14, 1980
Alias
David Brent
Location
Prestonville
Preceded by
Followed by

Deathmask is episode fifty-four of the live-action TV series The Incredible Hulk. It originally aired on March 14, 1980 on CBS.

SynopsisEdit

While working at a University campus, David is implicated as the murderer of several young female students. Arrested, David is forced to contend with an angry mob while the real killer is poised to kill the woman he has been seeing.

CastEdit

  • Bill Bixby ... David Banner
  • Jack Colvin ... Jack McGee
  • Lou Ferrigno ... The Hulk
  • Gerald McRaney ... Chief Frank Rhodes
  • Melendy Britt ... Joan Singer
  • Frank Marth ... Mayor Tom Fowler
  • Marla Pennington ... Miriam Charles
  • Lonny Chapman ... J.J. Hendren
  • Michael Bond ... Officer Sid Fox
  • Don Marshall ... Willy
  • Dennis Bowen ... Dale Jenks
  • Robert Lunny ... Newsman
  • Desiree Kearns ... Young Blond Woman
  • Kieran Mullaney ... Young Man

HighlightsEdit

3-53 Deathmask

Ending sequence (same as in "The Quiet Room" and "King of the Beach")

  • Provides a chilling story for true Hulk fans
  • Hulk out 1: Trying to stop the psycho from driving off with his friend only to be dragged by the car across the parking lot, and then having the psycho yank the wheel so that David is thrown across the lot into a bunch of broken boxes
  • Hulk out 2: Being handcuffed in an office by the psycho (who turns out to be the chief of police), and then having an angry mob break through the door and through the makeshift barricade David tries to make (while still handcuffed), and then having the mob proceed to throw him against the wall and beat the living daylights out of him

TriviaEdit

Gerald McRaney ("Simon and Simon", "Major Dad") makes his fourth and final appearance.