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Born in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died in Lake Worth, Florida, USA
Birth NameJames Kimball Gannon

Mini Bio (1)

Songwriter ("I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Under Paris Skies", "A Dreamer's Holiday", "Autumn Nocturne"), author and lawyer, educated at St. Lawrence University (BS) and Albany Law School (LL.B.). He was admitted to the New York Bar in 1934. Besides writing for films, he wrote the Broadway stage score for "Seventeen". Joining ASCAP in 1940, his chief musical collaborators included J. Fred Coots, Max Steiner, Mabel Wayne, Walter Kent, and Josef Myrow. His other popular-song compositions include "Five O'Clock Whistle", "I Understand", "Always In My Heart", "Moonlight Cocktail", "It Can't Be Wrong", "I Want to Be Wanted" and "Johnny Appleseed".

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