The Incredible Hulk - Season 2Director: Kenneth Johnson
Hit the road again with mild-mannered scientist David Banner as all 22 Season 2 (1978-79) episodes of The Incredible Hulk smash onto DVD. After accidental exposure to gamma radiation causes Banner (Bill Bixby) to transform into the uncontrollable and enraged Hulk (Lou Ferrigno), he travels from town to town seeking a cure. Along the way, he finds action-packed adventures that require his heroic abilities and his alter ego's immense strength and power. Joining his quest this season are guest stars Pat Morita, Gerald McRaney, and Mariette Hartley in the role that won her a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Featured in this five-disc set are such extras as an all-new on-camera interview with producer Kenneth Johnson; an audio commentary with Johnson on the two-part episode "Married"; and a bonus episode from Season 3, "Homecoming."
- Release Date:
- Universal Studios
- Region Code:
- [Full Frame]
Cast & Crew
The Antowuk Horror
Introduction With Kenneth Johnson
"Married" Commentary With Kenneth Johnson: On
"Married" Commentary With Kenneth Johnson: Off
Law & Order
Alias Smith and Jones
Knight Rider/The A-Team/Magnum P.I.
Disc #2 -- Incredible Hulk: The Complete Second Season, Disc 2
A Child in Need
Alice in Disco Land
Disc #3 -- Incredible Hulk: The Complete Second Season, Disc 3
Stop the Presses
Escape From Los Santos
A Solitary Place
Like a Brother
Disc #4 -- Incredible Hulk: The Complete Second Season, Disc 4
Mystery Man Part II
Disc #5 -- Incredible Hulk: The Complete Second Season, Disc 5
The Quiet Room
"Homecoming" (Bonus Episode From Season Three)
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Calling all Hulk fans!!! Add this to your collection. You'll be glad you did.
I am 32 & have loved the TV hul k since I was about 12. When Ang Lee's big-screen film was released, the only great thing about it was that it inspired Universal DVD to release some of the Incredible Hulk's TV Series episodes--finally! The 1st to be released were the 2 post-series TV Movies ("...Returns & "Trial..."). Next, was the Pilot episode w/ the 2 hr ep "Married" as a bonous feature. Then the "TV Series Ultimate Collection" 6-disc set was released. This is a "greatest hits" (if you will) collection, rounding up 14 of the very best & classic (3 of them being 2- parters. When this was released, I was thrilled. The final TV movie (& Hulk episode-period) was released soon afterwards the "Death Of...". A few years passed & I w/ many other fans thought this was the end. We petioned Universal to release full seasons, as they were doing it w/ all of the other shows from that era. It paid off. Last year Season One of the show came out to my overjoyment! Now, a few weeks ago, the title @ hand here, the Complete Second Season, was released! I picked it up @ my local B&N shop on its release date. Upon watching it, I realized that many of the episodes that stuck vividly in my head from my childhood were from the 2nd season! What a great surprise. Many of the episodes that I have been longing to see for years are on that BoxSet! The picture quality is tremendous, & the sound is theater-quality! They have included "HomeComing" from season 3 (a truly classic episode in which David goes home to his Father & Sister for Thinksgiving) as a bonous, as well as commentary for the "Married" ep. Standouts include "The Haunted", "Alice In DiscoLand", "The Quiet Room", & the all-classic "A Child In Need". The packaging is innovative & cool as a visual add-on. I am thrilled that this amazing & groundbreaking show is finally being released in full seasons, & is getting the exposure that it deserves. Like a fine wine, "The Incredible Hulk" only gets BETTER w/ age!
I am so happy that they are putting the complete seasons of this show out on dvd---I hope they put the rest out too. I grew up watching this show, and it is absolutely one of my favorites, it never gets old. The acting is great "Bill Bixby is wonderful as mild-mannered, sweet yet lonely David Banner". Add Lou Ferrigno---big, angry, green, yet sweet in his own way---and you have classic tv!