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Of Guilt Models and Murder

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Episode
5 of season 1
Director
Larry Stewart
Writer
James D. Parriott
Original airdate
March 24, 1978
Alias
David Blaine
Preceded by
Followed by


Of Guilt Models and Murder is episode five of the live-action TV series The Incredible Hulk. It originally aired on March 24, 1978 on CBS.

SynopsisEdit

David emerges from one of his transformations from being the Hulk at the scene of a murder. Believing that the creature might have killed a young model, David attempts to "put together" the events leading up to the murder by investigating the crime scene and the people who were close to the model during her last hours.

CastEdit

  • Bill Bixby as David Banner
  • Jack Colvin as Jack McGee
  • Lou Ferrigno as The Hulk
  • Jeremy Brett as James Joslin
  • Loni Anderson as Sheila Cantrell
  • Jane Alice Brandon as Girl
  • Ben Gerard as Sanderson
  • Deanna Lund as Terri Ann Smith
  • Doug Hale as TV Reporter
  • Rick Goldman as Elkin
  • Nancy Steen as Ellen
  • Bill Baldwin as Chief Jackson
  • Vince Howard as Security Guard
  • Art Kimbro as 1st Policeman
  • Ross Durfee as Collins
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Ending sequence (same as in "Behind the Wheel")

HighlightsEdit

  • One unique scene is the Hulk crying over someone's death.
  • Hulk out 1: The episode starts with him as the Hulk.
  • Hulk out 2: Being placed in a car compactor

TriviaEdit

  • Ted Cassidy does not perform the voice/growl of the Hulk in this episode (that is why it sounds so high-pitched)
  • Jeremy Brett (who plays the villainous James Joslin) would later be known for the role of Sherlock Holmes in the British Granada series based on the sleuth (1984–95).