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When his third wife murdered him in 1989, Phil Hartman was not yet fifty, but the Saturday Night Live star was already world famous, although even some of his closest friends sometimes felt that they scarcely knew this chameleon comedian. Hartman's ability to morph into characters from Bill Clinton, Frank Sinatra, and Barbara Bush to the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer and the Anal Retentive Chef masked a private side that Mike Thomas' extensively researched biography finally penetrates. You Might Remember Me pays tribute to Hartman's talent and makes us wonder where his comic genius would have led him had he lived.