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Born in New York City, New York, USA
Died in Connecticut, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Songwriter, composer and pianist, educated in the High School of Commerce. He began his career as a relief pianist in a film theatre, then served in World War I. Thereafter he was a pianist for music publishers, and joined ASCAP in 1923. His musical collaborators included Walter Hirsch, George Jessel, Raymond Clages, Harry Rose, Stanley Adams, Harold Adamson and Bert Mann, and his popular-song compositions include "Kitty from Kansas City", "Baby Blue Eyes", "Climbing Up the Ladder of Love", "Sleepy Head", "Once in a Lifetime", "Just You, Just Me", "Spellbound", "You Fit Into the Picture", "Did You Mean It?", "On the Beach With You", "I Fell and Broke My Heart", "Old Mill Wheel", "Sittin' in the Dark", "Flapperette", "Freshie", "What Do I Care", "The Hills of My Connecticut", "You Can't Tell a Lie to Your Heart", "Two Broken Hearts", "Wrong", "Two Timer", and "Extra! All About that Gal of Mine".

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Hup234!

Spouse (2)

Jane Elizabeth Wilson (13 June 1935 - 23 July 1939) ( divorced) ( 2 children)
Josephine Lauter (? - 9 December 1969) ( her death)

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