Biography

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Edmund Hartmann (September 24, 1911 – November 28, 2003) was a US television writer and producer from the 1930s to the 1970s. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He attended Washington University in St. Louis. He later married and had one child (Susan Hartmann). Hartmann worked with numerous actors including Bob Hope. He produced the television classic My Three Sons for ten seasons from 1962 and also produced Family Affair. Both shows were filmed by Don Fedderson Productions.

He was a great-grandfather to seven children and a grandfather to four. He died in his sleep in his long-time home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Edmund Hartmann (September 24, 1911 – November 28, 2003) was a US television writer and producer from the 1930s to the 1970s. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He attended Washington University in St. Louis. He later married and had one child (Susan Hartmann). Hartmann worked with numerous actors including Bob Hope. He produced the television classic My Three Sons for ten seasons from 1962 and also produced Family Affair. Both shows were filmed by Don Fedderson Productions.

He was a great-grandfather to seven children and a grandfather to four. He died in his sleep in his long-time home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Male

Known Credits 44

Birthday 1911-09-24

Day of Death 2003-11-28

Place of Birth St. Louis, Missouri, USA

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Also Known As

  • Edmund Hartman
  • Edward Hartman
  • Edmund Hartmann

Writing TV ShowsMovies

1968 The Shakiest Gun in the West Screenplay
1966 Family Affair (138 episodes)Writer
1965 The Sword Of Ali Baba Writer
1961 Bus Stop (1 episode)Writer
1958 Cool and Lam Writer
1954 Casanova's Big Night Writer
1953 Here Come the Girls Writer
1953 The Caddy Screenplay
1951 My Favorite Spy Screenplay
1951 The Lemon Drop Kid Screenplay
1950 Fancy Pants Screenplay
1949 Sorrowful Jones Screenplay
1948 The Paleface Screenplay
1947 Variety Girl Screenplay
1946 The Face of Marble Story
1945 The Naughty Nineties Screenplay
1945 Sudan Screenplay
1945 See My Lawyer Screenplay
1944 In Society Screenplay
1944 Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Screenplay
1943 Hi Diddle Diddle Writer
1943 Hi'ya, Chum Writer
1943 Lady Bodyguard Screenplay
1942 Ride 'Em Cowboy Story
1941 Keep 'Em Flying Story
1941 The Feminine Touch Screenplay
1941 Sweetheart of the Campus Screenplay
1941 Time Out for Rhythm Screenplay
1940 San Francisco Docks Screenplay
1940 Diamond Frontier Story Screenplay
1940 Enemy Agent Screenplay
1940 Ma! He's Making Eyes at Me Screenplay
1939 Big Town Czar Writer
1939 The Last Warning Screenplay
1938 The Last Express Screenplay
1938 Law of the Underworld Screenplay
1937 Hideaway Screenplay
1937 Behind The Headlines Screenplay
1937 The Man Who Found Himself Writer
1937 China Passage Screenplay
1936 Wanted: Jane Turner Story
1934 Marie Galante Writer

Creator

1971 The Smith Family Creator
1966 Family Affair Creator

Production

1966 Family Affair (138 episodes)Producer
1957 The Eve Arden Show (26 episodes)Producer

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