|Also known as||''The Hartmans (at Home)''|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|Running time||25 mins.|
|Original release||February 27– April 24, 1949|
The Hartmans (also known as The Hartmans (at Home)) is an American television sitcom that aired live on NBC on Sunday nights from February 27 to April 24, 1949. The series stars Paul and Grace Hartman, a married couple who performed together on the vaudeville circuit and on the Broadway stage.
The series centers around a young married couple who live in Forest Heights, New York.
- Paul Hartman....Himself
- Grace Hartman....Herself
- Harold J. Stone....The handyman
- Loring Smith.....Their brother-in-law
- Robert Shawley....Their nephew
- Gage Clark.....The man next door
- Valerie Cossart....Grace's sister
The Hartmans were given their own television series shortly after Paul and Grace won Tony Awards for the Broadway revue Angel in the Wings (Paul won for Best Actor while Grace won for Best Actress in a Musical. NBC had hoped to cash in on the couple's popularity following their respective Tony Award wins but the series failed to catch on and was canceled by NBC nearly two months later.
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