Jerome S. Gottler
BiographyNew York City, New York, USA
Composer, author, writer, producer and director, the son of Archie Gottler, educated at Connock School and a piano student of Walter Freed. During World War II he served with the Signal Corps Photographic Center, and worked as a scenarist on seventy training films for the War Department. He was also a scenarist and a songwriter for films, and also wrote, directed and produced television short subjects. Joining ASCAP in 1941, his chief musical collaborator was his father, and his popular-song compositions included "How's About It?", "He Took Her for a Sleigh Ride", "Yes, There Ain't No Moonlight, So What", "Bye Bye Mr. Read more... Dream Man", and "The Girl on the Isle of Man".