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Bob Rothberg (October 28, 1901, New York City, New York – February 1, 1938, New York City, New York) was a Tin Pan Alley songwriter and lyricist. ASCAP 1936. Educ: New York public schools 1915; DeWitt Clinton High School, New York 1919; accountancy and law, New York Law School, Bachelor of Laws 1928. Educated in music and violin with private instructors. Rothberg is interred at United Hebrew Cemetery on Staten Island.

Songwriting highlights

Popeye the Sailor cartoon songs

The Popeye Song Folio songbook is a collection of Popeye songs used in cartoons and movies.

  • Why Am I So Beautiful (Bob Rothberg, Sammy Timberg). From "Morning, Noon and Night Club. 1937.

Betty Boop cartoon songs

  • Be Human - Used in the cartoon "Be Human".
  • Down in Our Alley - Used in the cartoon "Pudgy Takes a Bow-Wow".
  • Every Little Nobody Is Somebody to Someone - Used in the cartoon "Little Nobody".
  • Nothing To-day, Kind Sir - Used in the cartoon "The Hot Air Salesman".
  • I've Got Those House Cleaning Blues - Used in the cartoon "House Cleaning Blues".
  • I Want a Cowboy for a Sweetheart - Used in the cartoon "Whoops! I'm a Cowboy".
  • Ya Gotta Have Pep - Used in the cartoon "More Pep".
  • New Deal for Pets - Used in the cartoon "The New Deal Show".
  • Service with a Smile - Used in the cartoon "Service With a Smile".
  • Vote for Grampy - Used in the cartoon "The Candid Candidate".
  • We Did It (Sammy Timberg and Bob Rothberg) - Used in the cartoon "We Did It".

Color Classics cartoon songs

Other cartoons

Songs

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