7 incredible things you didn’t know about ‘The Incredible Hulk’

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3. Hulk creators Jack Kirby and Stan Lee both made cameos.

Stan Lee pops up in most Marvel productions, and the original Hulk writer would finally show his face in one of the three TV movies that followed after the series, 1989’s The Trial of the Incredible Hulk. Hulk designer and penciller Jack Kirby, a giant of comics, makes a cameo at the end of “No Escape,” playing a sketch artist.

4. Bixby reunited with his ‘My Favorite Martian’ costar Ray Walston.

Bixby made his television debut in 1961 on an episode of The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. Two years later, after several more guest spots on various shows, the actor landed a sitcom lead in My Favorite Martian. He would appear in 107 episodes alongside Walston. Over a decade later, Walston would turn up as the title character in the Hulk episode “My Favorite Magician.”

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