When Stan Lee first created the Hulk, he wanted the Hulks' skin to be gray just like classic monster movies. When making the first comic of the Hulk, the gray for the Hulk was either too dark or too bright. Stan Lee then decided to use green for the Hulk's skin color since green was not being used for other Marvel superheroes. See more...
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Continuity: Near the beginning, when Banner arrives at the lab with his helmet on, he removes the helmet when he sees Betty. A close-up of his face is shown and his hair is messy with part of his fringe on his forehead. Betty is shown quickly, then the same shot of Banner is shown again, but this time his hair is perfect.
Continuity: Near the beginning, when the other scientist accidentally trips the gamma machine on, Bruce helps to get the guy's gas mask on. In one shot, when Bruce throws the scientist to the ground, he is holding onto the gas mask with his right hand, then in the following face shot he is holding it with his left.
Factual error: The Hulk picks up a tank, swings it around and hurls it about a mile away where it crashes into a sand dune. The impact should have been as strong as a plane crash, but a few shots later, they show one of the tank crewmembers standing casually outside the tank, watching the Hulk. All of the men inside the tank should have been seriously injured from the impact, if not dead.
Continuity: In the middle of the film when Bruce is being taken down into the underground facility in the desert, we see guards standing around his container where he is sleeping. Look at the front, and there is a guard in front of the container with his left arm resting on it. Then it cuts to another shot, this guy is no longer in front of the container nor has his arm on it, this happens between shots. (Zoom in is required).
Factual error: When the Hulk is jumping from mountain tops to mountain tops, it is amazing at which speed he falls back on the next mountain. There is nothing wrong with him jumping very quickly at a 20,000 foot altitude (because he is very strong), BUT, the Hulk should not go down faster than a free falling object. Unless he has superman powers, falling from the top of his trajectory to the next mountain top should take something like 2-3 minutes. In other word he should not fall faster than the average skydiver.