“The Trial of the Incredible Hulk” Review

The Trial of the Incredible Hulk: Directed by Bill Bixby. With Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Marta DuBois, Nancy Everhard. When Banner is held as a witness to a violent crime linked to the Kingpin, the fugitive is helped by lawyer Matt Murdock who is also the superhero, Daredevil.

This is the movie that I actually meant to buy, as it features Stan “The Man” Lee as one of the random jury members during a dream sequence trial of the Incredible Hulk. That’s right: the name of the movie is based on something that doesn’t even ‘really’ happen in the film! That oddity aside, DAREDEVIL shows up, and if you hadn’t told me his name, I might not have recognized him, as he’s wearing his black togs and mask. John Rhys-Davies plays The Kingpin to such an 80’s degree that I honestly feel I can mention him in the same breath as the other actors that have play the character, just with the caveat that he’s in a made for tv 80’s film and they go hard on the 80s feels.

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