Natalie Wood
(Movies & TV)
Bob Hope
(Movies & TV)
Frank Sinatra
Ken Berry
(Movies & TV)
Fay Wray
(Movies & TV)
Victor Borge

See also

Paul Hartman

Knowledge Identifier: +Paul_Hartman


Paul Hartman

American dancer, stage performer and television character actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1904.

Countries: United States (50%), California (30%), Denmark (10%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Natalie Wood, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra

Linked to: American Broadcasting Company, CBS, NBC




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Paul Hartman was born in 1904 add something


In 1922, he teamed up with Grace Barrett for a long and successful dancing comedy vaudeville act that consisted of them both paying homage to and gently mocking the popular dances of the day, from ballet to swing add something


Along with Grace, Paul made his Broadway debut in "Ballyhoo of 1932" alongside Bob Hope, but the show was not a success add something


The Hartmans' success led them to Hollywood, but Paul only saw limited success there, most prominently appearing alongside Frank Sinatra and Victor Borge in 1943's "Higher and Higher" add something


Hartman's wife Grace was diagnosed with cancer in 1952 add something


Hartman began appearing in the 1953-1954 ABC situation comedy, "The Pride of the Family", as Albie Morrison, the father and head of the household add something


Republic Pictures - From 1953 to 1954 Republic produced "The Pride of the Family", a situation comedy on ABC starring Paul Hartman, Fay_Wray and Natalie Wood


Natalie Wood - In the 1953-1954 television season, Wood played Ann Morrison, the teenage daughter in the ABC situation comedy, "The Pride of the Family", with Paul Hartman cast as her father, Albie Morrison; Fay Wray, as her mother, Catherine; and Robert Hyatt, as her brother, Junior Morrison


Hartman returned one last time to Broadway in 1957, but past 50, he tired of the hectic stage life add something


Hartman appeared with Robert Morse in the 1967 film version of "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying add something


Ken Berry - On the 1970 "Mayberry RFD" episode "The Charity", he and co-star Paul Hartman did a soft shoe dance together

Paul Hartman died in 1973 add something