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Program:  Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Broadcast History:
First Telecast: January 1976
Last Telecast:   1979
Network(s):  325 Syndicated episodes
Currently Airs  On:
Previously Shown On: TV Land 5/2002 - Returned on weekends 12/2002
Available Formats: (none)
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Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 


 

The Cast:

Louise Lasser as Mary Hartman
Greg Mullavy as Tom Hartman
Debralee Scott as Cathy Shumway
Mary Kay Place as Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis as Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman as Martha Shumway
Philip Bruns as George Shumway
Claudia Lamb as Heather Hartman
Bruce Solomon as Sergeant Dennis Foley
Victor Kilian as Raymond Larkin
Salome Jens as Mae Olinski

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 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman On DVD


Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, Vol. 1 [DVD](1976) DVD
Three-disc set includes the series's first 25 episodes. 9 1/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
 
  • Norman Lear's shows were being produced at Metromedia Square in Hollywood, but there was inadequate space for this show, so they rented studio space from KTLA. The KTLA studio was across Fernwood Street, so they started calling KTLA "Fernwood", which then became the name of the fictitious town where the show is set.

     
  • Then Nixon aide Ben Stein wrote an impassioned letter in support of the show early in the first season, when its future was strongly in doubt; his piece is considered at least one of the reasons it continued airing.
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