| Bob Carleton|| Composer|
| July 13, 1956, Burbank, California, United States|
Arthur Fields, Spencer Williams, Cliff Edwards, Sammy Nestico
Bob Carleton Wikipedia
Robert Louis Carleton (aka Bob Carleton) (November 8, 1894 or 1896, Missouri — July 13, 1956, Burbank, California) was an American pianist and composer of popular music.
He composed over 500 songs, including the World War I hit, "Ja-Da" in 1918. He made a brief appearance as a pianist in the 1946 film Bringing Up Father.