Don Hartman


Don Hartman

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

It's a Big Country: An American Anthology (1952)
Seq [eight] Director
Mr. Imperium (1951)
Director
Holiday Affair (1949)
Director
Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
Director
It Had to Be You (1947)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Mr. Imperium (1951)
Screenwriter
Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
Co-wrt
It Had to Be You (1947)
Story
Down to Earth (1947)
Original Screenplay
The Kid from Brooklyn (1946)
Adaptation
Wonder Man (1945)
Screenwriter
The Princess and the Pirate (1944)
Screenwriter
Up in Arms (1944)
Original Screenplay
The Man in Half Moon Street (1944)
Contr to Screenplay constr
True to Life (1943)
Screenwriter
They Got Me Covered (1943)
Contract Writer
My Favorite Blonde (1942)
Screenwriter
Road to Morocco (1942)
Original Screenplay
Road to Zanzibar (1941)
Screenwriter
Life with Henry (1941)
Original story and Screenplay
Nothing But the Truth (1941)
Screenwriter
Road to Zanzibar (1941)
Story
Road to Singapore (1940)
Screenwriter
Those Were the Days! (1940)
Screenwriter
Never Say Die (1939)
Screenwriter
The Star Maker (1939)
Screenwriter
Paris Honeymoon (1939)
Screenwriter
Tropic Holiday (1938)
Screenwriter
Tropic Holiday (1938)
Story
Champagne Waltz (1937)
Screenwriter
Waikiki Wedding (1937)
Screenwriter
Waikiki Wedding (1937)
Original Story
Princess Comes Across (1936)
Screenwriter
Here Comes Cookie (1935)
Screenwriter
Redheads on Parade (1935)
Screenwriter
Coronado (1935)
Screenwriter
The Gay Deception (1935)
Original Screenplay
Redheads on Parade (1935)
Story
Coronado (1935)
Story
Old Man Rhythm (1935)
Story
Romance in Manhattan (1935)
Story
Here Comes Cookie (1935)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

The Matchmaker (1958)
Producer
Desire Under the Elms (1958)
Producer
The Mountain (1956)
Executive Producer
Holiday Affair (1949)
Producer
Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
Producer
The Princess and the Pirate (1944)
Associate Producer
Up in Arms (1944)
Associate Producer

Music (Feature Film)

The Mighty Ducks (1992)
Song
Lottery Lover (1935)
Composer
Redheads on Parade (1935)
Composer
Marie Galante (1934)
Composer
Romance in the Rain (1934)
Composer
Springtime for Henry (1934)
Composer
Crooner (1932)
Composer
Dangerous Nan McGrew (1930)
Composer
Heads Up (1930)
Composer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Holiday Affair (1949)
Company
Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
Company
Down to Earth (1947)
Company
It Had to Be You (1947)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Princess And The Pirate, The (1944) - Take A Load Off My Eyes Princess Margaret (Virginia Mayo), passenger on a British ship, has complained about the noise being made by Sylvester (Bob Hope), whose rehearsal she interrupts, his first appearance, loaned out from Paramount to Samuel Goldwyn, in the Technicolor hit The Princess And The Pirate, 1944.
Princess And The Pirate, The (1944) - Kiss Me In The Moonlight Actor Sylvester (Bob Hope, on to Samuel Goldwyn from Paramount) still doesn’t believe Margaret (Virginia Mayo) is really a princess but sure needs her to rescue his act before a rowdy pirate crowd, with a song by Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson, vocal by Louanne Hogan, her outfit by Mary Grant, the future Mrs. Vincent Price, in The Princess And The Pirate, 1944.
Road To Morocco (1942) - Two Unidentified Stowaways Explosion at sea and a brief newscast montage surveying 1942 global politics, the introduction of Jeff (Bing Crosby) and Turkey (Bob Hope), opening the third "Road" movie, Road To Morocco.
Road To Morocco (1942) - You Can't Sell Me! Running up a tab in a local cafe, Jeff (Bing Crosby) realizes Turkey (Bob Hope) is a liquid asset, early in the third "Road" movie, Road To Morocco, 1942.
Road To Morocco (1942) - I'm Gonna Be A Pasha! Jeff (Bing Crosby) has gained entry to the palace where he discovers Turkey (Bob Hope) has become the consort of Princess Shalmar (Dorothy Lamour), in the third "Road" movie, Road To Morocco, 1942.
Road To Morocco (1942) - Moonlight Becomes You So Jeff (Bing Crosby) grabs his opportunity to serenade Princess Shalmar (Dorothy Lamour) with Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Burke's Moonlight Becomes You So, in Road To Morocco, 1942.
Road To Morocco (1942) - Search The Palace! Found out by Mullay Kasim (Anthony Quinn), Turkey (Bob Hope) and Jeff (Bing Crosby) attempt to hide out among the bobbing heads, in a famous routine from the third "Road" movie, Road To Morocco, 1942.
Road To Singapore (1940) - Open, Married Life From the opening credits, two sarcastic sailors (Bob Hope as "Ace," Bing Crosby as "Josh") are introduced in the very first scene from the very first "Road" movie, Road To Singapore, 1940, co-starring Dorothy Lamour.
Road To Singapore (1940) - No More Women! Having arrived in the South Seas and sworn off women, Ace (Bob Hope) and Josh (Bing Crosby) meet Mima (Dorothy Lamour) and dance partner Caesar (Anthony Quinn) in the first "road" movie, Road To Singapore, 1940.
Road To Singapore (1940) - Gal Named Cherry The first brawl ensues, in the first "Road" movie, as Ace (Bob Hope) and Josh (Bing Crosby) meet angry relations of a girlfriend, then Josh's shipping magnate father (Charles Coburn) in Road To Singapore, 1940.
It Had To Be You (1947) - A Day In June Director’s credit shared by Don Hartman and cinematographer Rudolph Matè, Ginger Rogers with expressions for three trips to the altar, Charles Evans officiating, Gerald Fielding, Myron Healy and Harlan Warde grooms, Percy Waram and Spring Byington parents, opening It Had To Be You, 1947.
It Had To Be You (1947) - It Was Only A Dream Returning from a month in Maine to make sure she’s sure, 3-time failed bride Victoria (Ginger Rogers) dreams of actually marrying Oliver (Ron Randell) when Cornel Wilde, an unexplained Indian, intrudes, and also appears in her cabin, early in It Had To Be You, 1947.

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