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November 14, 2013
Montrose Search and Rescue members were joined by “The Incredible Hulk” on Sunday during a training on a stretch of Angeles Crest Highway where hundreds of motorcycle accidents have occurred. Sheriff Reserve Lt. Lou Ferrigno, who played the Hulk on TV, assisted with the group at mile marker 56.5 on the highway, named “Motorcycle Corner.” Search and Rescue members found several motorcycle parts over the side of the highway. Ferrigno also spoke to the members about his work assisting with rescue teams.
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June 19, 2008
It was a dark and stormy night and in Louis Leterrier?s new film, ?The Incredible Hulk,? Bruce Banner?s liberated id crashes through screaming crowds and flips cars like Frisbees at hovering helicopters. Oh, you?ve heard this story! Well never fear, this version has some interesting twists and two terrific performances that set it apart from earlier attempts. Inevitably, some impressively large, incredibly vicious creature will go mano y mano with another impressively large, incredibly vicious creature to a symphony of thunderous explosions and cataclysmic fireworks, but this particular movie road to chaos is a surprisingly exciting one. The new ?
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By Mary O’Keefe | May 1, 2008
Montrose Search and Rescue had a reserve deputy join them on Sunday of super hero proportions when Lou Ferrigno joined members Capt. Janet Henderson and Mike Leum in their daily patrol along Angeles Crest Highway. Ferrigno, who played The Hulk in the television series that also starred Bill Bixby, has been a reserve officer with the Los Angeles County Sheriff?s Department for three years. He has gone through academy training and volunteers, on average, 20 hours a month with various sections of the department.
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March 23, 2006
The California Science Center will host the world premiere of "Marvel Super Heroes Science Exhibition" on March 26 to September 4. The exhibit will immerse visitors in the electrifying sights, sounds and sensations of the Marvel Universe while they explore how some of the most loved comic book heroes and villains bring science into their world. Engaging and interactive experiences will encourage visitors to learn about real-life science and technology through the mythic powers of Super Heroes.
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November 14, 2013
Montrose Search and Rescue members were joined by “The Incredible Hulk” on Sunday during a training on a stretch of Angeles Crest Highway where hundreds of motorcycle accidents have occurred. Sheriff Reserve Lt. Lou Ferrigno, who played the Hulk on TV, assisted with the group at mile marker 56.5 on the highway, named “Motorcycle Corner.” Search and Rescue members found several motorcycle parts over the side of the highway. Ferrigno also spoke to the members about his work assisting with rescue teams.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 19, 2008
It was a dark and stormy night and in Louis Leterrier?s new film, ?The Incredible Hulk,? Bruce Banner?s liberated id crashes through screaming crowds and flips cars like Frisbees at hovering helicopters. Oh, you?ve heard this story! Well never fear, this version has some interesting twists and two terrific performances that set it apart from earlier attempts. Inevitably, some impressively large, incredibly vicious creature will go mano y mano with another impressively large, incredibly vicious creature to a symphony of thunderous explosions and cataclysmic fireworks, but this particular movie road to chaos is a surprisingly exciting one. The new ?
NEWS
By Mary O’Keefe | May 1, 2008
Montrose Search and Rescue had a reserve deputy join them on Sunday of super hero proportions when Lou Ferrigno joined members Capt. Janet Henderson and Mike Leum in their daily patrol along Angeles Crest Highway. Ferrigno, who played The Hulk in the television series that also starred Bill Bixby, has been a reserve officer with the Los Angeles County Sheriff?s Department for three years. He has gone through academy training and volunteers, on average, 20 hours a month with various sections of the department.
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