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The Confession

Hulk-The Confession

Episode
20 of season 2
Director
Barry Crane
Writer
Deborah Dean Davis
Original airdate
May 4, 1979
Alias
David Benton / David Beamon
Preceded by
Followed by

The Confession is episode thirty-two of the live-action TV series The Incredible Hulk. It originally aired on May 4, 1979 on CBS.

SynopsisEdit

Jack McGee gets a student reporter, Pamela Norris, assigned to be trained by him. Harold Milburn tells McGee and Pamela that he is the man who becomes the Hulk. Because of his experiences in the episode "Mystery Man", McGee is apt to disbelieve him. Pamela writes a story based on an interview in which she states that Harold is not the Hulk. The story is an instant success—but not for Harold, who is furious at her for denying his claims. Harold goes up a bell tower, threatening to jump. David tries to keep Harold from killing himself. David is then trapped there because he could not get away fast enough to avoid being seen (McGee is on the ground outside). So the bell starts ringing, and is so loud that it makes David "Hulk out" (see image). The Hulk walks over to the bell, pulls it off and throws it out of the tower onto the street.

CastEdit

  • Bill Bixby ... David Banner
  • Jack Colvin ... Jack McGee
  • Lou Ferrigno ... The Hulk
  • Barry Gordon ... Harold Milburn
  • Markie Post ... Pamela Norris
  • Elaine Joyce ... Waitress
  • John Armstrong Marshall ... Ernie
  • Angus Duncan ... Alan O'Neil
  • Michael Laurence ... Newsman
  • Fritzi Burr ... Gladys
  • Clint Young ... Night Guard
  • Hollis Irving ... Mrs. Goldsmith
  • Gloria Delaney ... Woman At Desk
  • Yusy Flanigan ... Girl
  • Kenny Davis ... Crewman
  • Ron Taft ... Man
  • Earl Colbert ... Harry
  • Walter Janovitz ... Carl
  • Charlie Picerni ... Man on Ladders (uncredited)

QuotationEdit

If you keep giving this guy [Harold] media exposure, you're setting him up for a hell of a disappointment. —Jack McGee

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first of five episodes directed by Barry Crane
  • This was the last episode in which Ted Cassidy (who passed away on January 16, 1979, at age 46, due to complications from heart surgery) would use his basso-profundo voice to provide the Hulk's growls, howls, and grunts

VideoEdit

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