Phil Hartman Collection on Letterman, 1989-1996

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    Don GillerDon Giller

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    Here are all of Phil Hartman's appearances on Late Night and Late Show.
    All clips from SNL have been edited out, because Broadway Video is notorious for blocking You Tube videos with any SNL content.
    Late Night:
    1. April 5, 1989
    2. October 31, 1989
    3. September 21, 1990
    4. October 8, 1991
    5. March 19, 1992
    6. October 8, 1992
    7. March 18, 1993
    Late Show:
    8. November 9, 1993
    9. February 17, 1994
    10. January 4, 1995
    11. October 3, 1995
    12. March 26, 1996
    13. November 21, 1996

James Wilson
James Wilson

There is a book called "The Cult of Pharmacology". It tells many stories, but one in particular is the story of the drug Prozac. It has been a savior for many people. The story most people don't know is about the preliminary testing that was done prior to its approval by the FDA and release onto the market. There were a multitude of suicides that occured and even a few murders if I remember correctly. One story in particular was that of Phil Hartman's wife. She was one of the patients undergoing treatment of the, at that point, experimental drug called Prozac. She was taking the drug at the time she murdered Phil and took her own life. The company gain approval only on a technicality. The results and effects of the drug could not be published if a test subject were to drop out of the study prior to its completion. They catagorized patients that commited suicide or who experienced adverse effects of a severe nature that would prevent approval of the drug as patients that did not complete the study. Therefore the drug was approved without knowledge of these situations. The stories weren't published until after the fact. So Prozac has saved the lives of many people. But it has also facilitated the death of many and the murder of some, including the comic genius who was Phil Hartman. RIP

Vor 18 Stunden
Don Giller
Don Giller

She was taking Zoloft, not Prozac.

Vor 18 Stunden
Bill Smith
Bill Smith

Dave had to be on his game. When you have a witty, intelligent and hilarious guest like Phil Hartman, you had to make sure he didn't end up laughing at you instead of with you. The man was a comedic genius with every character he ever portrayed, completely believable. That man literally made me laugh until I hurt.

Vor 8 Tage
Randy J
Randy J

Great collection - thanks for this - awesome to see all these! 2 of my favorite funny people. Perfect environment for Phil to go off. I miss these days - we were so lucky to have Letterman on late night TV - so much entertainment. Cheers.

Vor 9 Tage
William P Hall
William P Hall

I loved this guy- he made me laugh just listening to his voice. Too bad the wifey didn’t think he was funny...

Vor 9 Tage
reedyd
reedyd

46:25 Boyz II Men - Motown PHIL-ly Paul's a genius.

Vor 10 Tage
Blake Potter
Blake Potter

So glad they thawed that caveman lawyer out so he could go on to have a great career in showbusiness.

Vor 15 Tage
red dwarf
red dwarf

I still miss Phil Hartman,the king of smarm.

Vor 18 Tage
David Spector
David Spector

Figuratively one of the funniest men who ever lived thank you😂

Vor 25 Tage
timmcleaners
timmcleaners

Meg Parsont sighting at 35:45

Vor 27 Tage
Kahlo Diego
Kahlo Diego

I ❤ Troy McClure.

Vor Monat
Andy Trullinger
Andy Trullinger

I really miss Phil Hartman.

Vor Monat
Lawrence Mark
Lawrence Mark

Best Frankenstein ever. My friend Tracy knew him well enough to be in his biography. She wrote a lot of comedy sketches in her heyday. I liked him in NewsRadio too.

Vor Monat
Michael Covel
Michael Covel

1:11:30 🤣🤣 Only Phil 1st segment spent on the entrance Closes with REM's Orange Crush I want to go back in time 1:21:10 WOW!!🗯🗯🤣 1:23:42 only Phil could get away with swearing without censor on Letterman Closes with GinBlossoms I hate 2021

Vor Monat
Wooden
Wooden

BILKO!

Vor Monat
Bryan Sarracino
Bryan Sarracino

Ladies and Gentleman, I’m just a caveman....

Vor Monat
Jim G
Jim G

Hey Phil got away with swearing on Dave's show and they didn't bleep him

Vor Monat
gardensofthegods
gardensofthegods

He was that brilliant

Vor 14 Tage
Leslie Dugger
Leslie Dugger

“In shoulder ginzy” - jack nicholson

Vor Monat
8trackroadtrip
8trackroadtrip

My absolute favorite SNL cast member of all time. Loved his time there and all his characters.

Vor Monat
Allen Freeman
Allen Freeman

the misses set my clock back. chilling.

Vor Monat
Mr J
Mr J

Wow the stand up in German is very impressive.

Vor Monat
JohnnyHenry
JohnnyHenry

I did the food service for MGM jets a couple times, back in the late 80's,, in Las Vegas,, very upscale interior for a 727-200 !!,,,, very luxurious aircraft!,, yes very limited seating!, maybe sat 30 people,, even the bathroom/lavatory had a small "couch"

Vor Monat
Roberto Mendez
Roberto Mendez

Miss Phil!! So witty too🙌🏼

Vor Monat
Kristopher Loviska
Kristopher Loviska

First mention of The Simpsons wasn't until almost 2 hours in.

Vor Monat
zkbf2000
zkbf2000

I miss this talented and kind man. Jealousy is the disease of soul; my grandma used to say. His wife was suffering of this disease.

Vor Monat
James and Cameron plus Michael The chapmans
James and Cameron plus Michael The chapmans

He was a talented and charming guy. Such a shame.

Vor Monat
MrEvans1973
MrEvans1973

Phil and Sinatra died just a few weeks apart. That was a lousy month. Phil truly was "the glue". He was in the cast when I reached the age to watch SNL every week, and was always brilliant.

Vor Monat
JM W
JM W

The funniest man EVER!

Vor Monat
pecker556
pecker556

Man! Troy McClure does a GREAT Phil Hartman!

Vor Monat
4lesley2
4lesley2

he is one of many famous people that went to my high school.

Vor Monat
Johny Two Times
Johny Two Times

Phil Hartman co wrote Pee Wees Big Adventure , of course he did. I was floored when we lost him. I remember being under school suspension that day Newsradio was my favorite show too. RIP

Vor Monat
ael buel
ael buel

Fuk! I just googled how Hartman died

Vor Monat
tgigunner
tgigunner

Literally one of the funniest men who ever lived thank you😂

Vor Monat
assmane999
assmane999

I guess that Phil sketch show didn’t work out, because a couple years later NBC started him in the epic ensemble comedy “Newsradio” instead

Vor Monat
Thuddy Waters
Thuddy Waters

My good looks paid for that pool... and my talent filled it with water.

Vor Monat
Robert W
Robert W

Funny funny guy. Great compilation Don. Thanks.

Vor Monat
Joseph
Joseph

Lionel Hutz .... Attorney at law

Vor Monat
Charleybones
Charleybones

This video is a great way to see the development of Phil from new player on SNL to seasoned comedian. Every one of his appearances was funny and entertaining. Great loss of talent.

Vor Monat
Ricky Tenderkiss
Ricky Tenderkiss

I love how Phil Hartman’s comic persona, the guy in the suit and tie, was a complete invention: in reality he was a laid-back, t-shirt-and-jeans, pot-smoking hippie surfer dude who designed album covers for rock bands… crazy! He didn’t even become famous until he was forty, either — proof it’s never too late to hit it big with your third, fifth, or eighteenth career.

Vor Monat
Stever99999
Stever99999

Same tie the first two appearances?

Vor 2 Monate
CaptPoco
CaptPoco

Phil Hartman's German sounds like Simlish!

Vor 2 Monate
Muff Diver
Muff Diver

@6:28: *"No wonder that movie was my only loser."* Not exactly, Jack.

Vor 2 Monate
dgrant7291
dgrant7291

NOBODY did impersonations better on SNL EVER! Just a huge, huge talent. and David was/is a national treasure deluxe!

Vor 2 Monate
johnnyhancock76
johnnyhancock76

He’s so gregarious, confident and funny. Such a shame we lost him.

Vor 2 Monate
4H0w1e
4H0w1e

Sounds odd but I was in a meeting when someone told me he was dead... I felt like canceling the meeting and everyone else thought I was nuts.

Vor 2 Monate
David Pogge
David Pogge

But you can call him ... Vicky.

Vor 2 Monate
Scribe
Scribe

Phil was solid. He was always great in the skits in the late '80s, early '90s of SNL and he'd support and make everyone else look better, he was a rock. AND he could be the leading man comedian, he had great skits and style, like kind of a weird straight man. I loved that guy

Vor 2 Monate
ytubeanon
ytubeanon

his official SNL nickname was "the Glue" cuz he kept everything together and made it work, usually as the straightman

Vor 2 Monate
Chuck Selvage
Chuck Selvage

I miss Troy McLure.

Vor 2 Monate
The Darkside Productions
The Darkside Productions

Someone who isnt really remembered as the legend he was. Wish he had more time to shine.

Vor 2 Monate
Marissa Dower-morgan
Marissa Dower-morgan

Thank you , he deserves an award for his vast talent

Vor 2 Monate
Joseph Dykes
Joseph Dykes

Such a solid entertainer

Vor 2 Monate
awwwyeaboyeeee
awwwyeaboyeeee

My god he was talented

Vor 2 Monate
Tom Florio
Tom Florio

First two appearances: same necktie.

Vor 2 Monate
Joel Welshans
Joel Welshans

The Duke and Jack back to back in German was worth the click

Vor 2 Monate
green lava lamp
green lava lamp

(1:18:13): Spokesperson for the American Tobacco Growers Association, Egg Latin, Bill Clinton impersonation, and promotion of his recent movie "Greedy".

Vor 2 Monate
Michael Fonseca
Michael Fonseca

Man, I miss this man. I need to watch some News Radio stat.

Vor 2 Monate
brycey spiceywiener
brycey spiceywiener

i'd kill a thousand chris pratts to get one phil hartman back

Vor 2 Monate
Treat of the Week
Treat of the Week

The triple entrance - BLOODY BRILLIANT and HILARIOUS. Gets me every time. What a gas. LOL God love them all for doing that.

Vor 3 Monate
Blade Runner6997
Blade Runner6997

Phil always made me laugh. His skill as an actor was superb. One impression I'll never forget was his impression of Frank Sinatra. I don't believe it will ever be topped. RIP Why do the best always leave us at the top of their careers. Cheers.

Vor 3 Monate
Pamela Taylor
Pamela Taylor

Swing baby, you're platinum!!

Vor 2 Monate
KingMinosxxvi
KingMinosxxvi

what hsppened to the phil show?

Vor 3 Monate
Don Lew
Don Lew

Phil Hartman was the best ever! He is dearly and sorely missed.

Vor 3 Monate
Heather O'Day
Heather O'Day

Gone, but never forgotten. That was a very sad day when he was killed. I'll never forget the utter sadness at the whole situation. I miss him still.

Vor 3 Monate
Jerry A. Brown
Jerry A. Brown

He was murdered only a year and a half after this last Letterman appearance. Life is so terribly short.....don't spend it married to bat-shit crazy people.

Vor 3 Monate
brich2929
brich2929

Phil was a National treasure.

Vor 3 Monate
R Gray
R Gray

RIP. You were great.

Vor 3 Monate
Martin Brady
Martin Brady

Hartman was a gift to the world. So brilliant. His end so tragic. Makes no sense.

Vor 3 Monate
steffe689
steffe689

1:56:05 Phil hartman kinda looks like Stephen Colbert here.

Vor 3 Monate
D L
D L

Love. Miss.

Vor 3 Monate
Lance YOXTHEIMER
Lance YOXTHEIMER

This is the saddest thing I've ever watched, the poor man constantly references his wife

Vor 3 Monate
jedi1967
jedi1967

Effing crazy binged druggie fuel wife cause this artistic grandioso loss...

Vor 3 Monate
DangerousDavies2008
DangerousDavies2008

His poor children would be orphaned a few years later. Heartbreaking.

Vor 3 Monate
Richard Johnston
Richard Johnston

Such a rare talent. I watched it all and loved every minute!

Vor 3 Monate
Steve Flor
Steve Flor

You might member him as Troy McClure. Funny in any guise.

Vor 3 Monate
Keith Hankins
Keith Hankins

Miss this guy. So great.

Vor 3 Monate
The Shire Crier -
The Shire Crier -

What a genius!

Vor 3 Monate
Larry Miller
Larry Miller

One of the funniest guys who ever lived. Thanks for this!!

Vor 3 Monate
John Sbarbaro
John Sbarbaro

Phil's talent was just immense. There were so many epic talented guys from SNL in the 80's, but Phil tops them all, my opinion. His German/English thing in the beginning is just a whole other level to other guys who do great impressions. Thanks for uploading!

Vor 3 Monate
Rog
Rog

Although I wanted to watch all of this, I did not think I wanted to sit for 2 hours straight, but this was so enjoyable and funny I ended up watching it all straight through. It really hits a peak at 01:20:00-1:30:00. I watched that part several times. Phil you were awesome !!!

Vor 3 Monate
Drew Freeman
Drew Freeman

I really miss what Late Night With David Letterman meant to me. Had I known then I’d have recorded the hem all. Fortunately we have You Tube. I had most of the SNL episodes recorded from about 1982 onward. Sure in the 80’s you spent all your money on cocaine, rap and pastel coloured pants... I bought a carton of VHS tapes every week.

Vor 4 Monate
Rich Silvestri
Rich Silvestri

This was great, wish things didn't end the way they did for him. He had so much more to give. Such a cool dude, RIP!

Vor 4 Monate
Rog
Rog

Phil was a very unique talent and it's a tragedy he's gone. He would have kept us laughing for decades to come. Even though he's gone I'm still laughing at the things he did. Fantastic impersonations.

Vor 4 Monate
MITOMANO
MITOMANO

Immensely talented. Also, what a hot man.

Vor 4 Monate
Armand WolfGang
Armand WolfGang

I've escaped a few psycho chicks like the one that killed Phill.

Vor 4 Monate
John Sbarbaro
John Sbarbaro

LOL!

Vor 3 Monate
James Porter
James Porter

RIP.

Vor 4 Monate
Aubrey
Aubrey

Sad there are people out there that will never know how amazingly talented and hilarious Phil Hartman was 😢💖

Vor 4 Monate
THEsuperCourier
THEsuperCourier

11:54 There was NO NEED to apologize, big guy...

Vor 4 Monate
Kingus Pingus
Kingus Pingus

Nick Mullen could be the next Phil Hartman if they discover a cure for autism

Vor 4 Monate
a p
a p

My canadian hero!!

Vor 4 Monate
Mike Jardin
Mike Jardin

One of the funniest most natural comedian who has ever lived.

Vor 4 Monate
jaybone58
jaybone58

I met Phil at NBC and spent an hour talking to him one late night. A nicer, more down-to-earth person you will never meet. His biography (You Might Remember Me) and ending bring me sadness. I miss him.

Vor 4 Monate
jaybone58
jaybone58

Post SNL hang. Other cast were there. Phil was very gracious. The '90s were a simpler time.

Vor 17 Tage
THEsuperCourier
THEsuperCourier

Why did he have an hour to spend talking to a stranger?

Vor 18 Tage
yeeluvspizza
yeeluvspizza

Looks eerily like Bryan Cranston.

Vor 4 Monate
Kyle Sellers
Kyle Sellers

OMG the Jack Nicholson in Chinatown in german. Phil you were one of a kind

Vor 4 Monate
NoGuffGames
NoGuffGames

My first Yankee game was May 28, 1998. It was David Wells' start after his perfect game. I was 15 and almost as soon as I left the house, the radio reported Phil's murder. I'll never forget that day. The Yankees won 8-3 against the Red Sox. Jorge Posada and Darryl Strawberry both hit home runs. I was so torn that day. Phil was such a big influence in my humor.

Vor 4 Monate
Adrian Edwards
Adrian Edwards

Looks like David Niven with that pencil moustache.

Vor 4 Monate
Jean A
Jean A

Phil the great. So missed.

Vor 4 Monate
Enrico Filicetti
Enrico Filicetti

I just can't get over how ALL these shows / clips hold up. I enjoy these more now than when I first watched them back in the 80s. How is that possible?

Vor 4 Monate
Arthur Kurtz
Arthur Kurtz

Mr. Giller...I truly hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. The memories you have brought back through your astonishing efforts have brought immeasurable joy to so very many. Thank you so very much.

Vor 4 Monate
Don Giller
Don Giller

Thanks! Please stay safe and smart throughout this nightmare.

Vor 4 Monate
TheMerryHenchmen
TheMerryHenchmen

Ryan Reynolds should play Phil Hartman in a bio movie.

Vor 4 Monate
Dar Sure
Dar Sure

All these Letterman compilations are so great, you are a legend for uploading these

Vor 4 Monate
Please, Your name on ID. 2;
Please, Your name on ID. 2;

“I’m always as responsible as a duck.”

Vor 4 Monate
Mr PostNorts
Mr PostNorts

Where did he get his wigs?

Vor 4 Monate

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