‘PHIL HARTMAN’S FLAT TV’ COMEDY ALBUM BEING DEVELOPED AS ANIMATED FILM
Award-winning animation company Worker Studio, in collaboration with producers Paul Hartmann and Angel Rosenthal have secured the option to produce an animated property based on the comedy album, Phil Hartman’s Flat TV. The album, holds the seeds of Phil Hartman’s genius, with all the sophistication and bold energy he carried through an illustrious comedic legacy.
Phil Hartman’s Flat TV was written, recorded and performed by Hartman before his rise to stardom as a beloved cast member on The Pee Wee Herman Show and Pee Wee’s Playhouse, Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons, NewsRadio, and his feature film work. In 2002, four years after Phil Hartman’s passing, his brother, legendary music agent, John Hartmann, of Leo/Hartmann Productions, released the album through laugh.com (www.laugh.com) after its mysterious disappearance.
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