Maurice K. Jerome  (1893-1977)
Last updated: 01.03.21
According to the Internet source given below, Maurice K. Jerome, born in Encino , California), was an American film composer , songwriter , pianist and music publisher , who was nominated for Oscars in 1945 and 1946. His Oscar-nominated songs were Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart from the romantic musical comedy Hollywood Canteen (1944) and Some Sunday Morningfrom the Western A Man of Action as well as the lullaby My Little Buckaroointroduced in the Western Cherokee Strip (1937).
Of Ragtime interest is his cake walk Southern Appetizer (1915).

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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 44 works by Maurice K. Jerome (1893-1977). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Down the Lane and Home Again 1909 Edgar Leslie (words)
Bert Kalmar (words)
Beverly Hunt 1915  wvicon.gif
I'd Give Everything For You 1915 Jack Stern (co-author)
Rock and Rye 1915  wvicon.gif
Southern Appetizer 1915  youtube15.jpg
Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight 1918 Sam. M. Lewis (words)
Joe Young (words)
There's a Battlefield in Every Mother's Heart 1918 Howard E. Rogers (words)  wvicon.gif
Victory 1918 Jack Wilson (words)
Ben Bard (words)
Down the Lane and Home Again 1919 Bert Kalmar (words)
Edgar Leslie (words)
Fires of Faith 1919 Sam M. Lewis (words)
Joe Young (words)
Jazz Baby 1919 Blanche Merrill (words)  wvicon.gif
Poor Little Butterfly Is a Fly Girl Now 1919 Sam J. Lewis (words)
Joe Young (words)
Swanee Sue 1919 Tot Seymour (words)
Roy Turk (words)
Underneath the Southern Skies 1919 Arthur E Behim (words)
Harry Ruby (words)
Jinga Bula Jing Jing 1920 Sam M. Lewis (words)
Joe Young (words)
Old Pal - Why Don't You Answer Me? 1920 Sam M. Lewis (words)
Joe Young (words)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
My Mammy Knows (w&m) 1921 Harry De Costa (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Cuddle-Up Blues (w&m) 1922 Harry De Costa (words)  wvicon.gif
Mary, Dear - Some Day We Will Meet Again 1922 Harry De Costa (words)  wvicon.gif
Hotsy Totsy Town 1923 Bert Kalmar (words)
Harry Ruby (words)
Roll Along Missouri 1923 Bert Kalmar (words)
Harry Ruby (words)
One Million Times a Day 1924 Sam M. Lewis (words)
Joe Young (words)
Home Pals 1925 Sam J. Lewis (words)
Joe Young (words)
Dream Kisses 1927 Jack Yellen (words)
Mark Fisher (sung by)
S. Tucker (sung by)
Cathrine "Red" Dexter (sung by)
You and I in the Moonlight 1929 Ned Washington (words)  wvicon.gif
Looking in the Window 1930 Harry Richman (words)
Al. Bryan (words)
Harry Richman (sung by)
Under the Spell of Your Kiss 1930 Joan Jasmyn (words)  wvicon.gif
I Idolize My Baby's Eyes 1931 Joan Jasmyn (words)  wvicon.gif
Angel Cake Lady and the Gingerbread Man, The 1932 Joan Jasmyn (words)
Pat Ballard (words)
Isle of Blues 1933 Joan Jasmyn (words)  wvicon.gif
Drifting Along 1936 Jack Scholl (words)  wvicon.gif
Thru the Courtesy of Love 1936 Jack Scholl (words)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Little Heaven of the Seven Seas 1937 Jack Scholl (words)
My Little Buckaroo 1937 Jack Scholl (words)
Dick Foran (sung by)
Old Apple Tree, The 1938 Jack Scholl (words)  wvicon.gif
You, You Darlin' 1940 Jack Scholl (words)
Song of the Bombardiers 1943 Jack Scholl (words)  wvicon.gif
Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart 1944 Ted Koehler (words)  wvicon.gif
I Wish That I Wish Tonight 1945 Jack Scholl (words)  wvicon.gif
Some Sunday Morning 1945 Ray Heindorf (co-author)
Ted Koehler (words)
Wish That I Wish Tonight 1945 Jack Scholl (words)  wvicon.gif
Bright Eyes 1948 Motzan, Otto (co-author)
Harry Bache Smith (words)
Christmas Tree Angel - Sweet Angie 1950 Jack Scholl (words)  wvicon.gif
I've Got the Blues For Home Sweet Home ? E. Ray Goetz (words)
George W. Meyer (words)
     Title Dur Performer Composer Score/Song
youtube15.jpg Beverly Hunt 2:40 Ragtime Dorian Henry M.K. Jerome 
youtube15.jpg Rock and Rye 2:11 Ragtime Dorian Henry M.K. Jerome 
youtube15.jpg Southern Appetizer 2:39 Ragtime Dorian Henry M.K. Jerome