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|Birth name||John William Kellette|
Lowell, Massachusetts, United States
|Died||7 August 1922 (aged 48–49)|
|Genres||Broadway musicals, revues, show tunes|
|Occupation(s)||Songwriter, composer, actor|
John William Kellette (June 1873 – August 7, 1922) was an American songwriter. Kellette's most famous composition was "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," which was introduced in the musical revue The Passing Show of 1918, which he wrote with James Brockman, James Kendis, and Nat Vincent. He also worked as a film director and acted in the films A Child of the Wild (1917) and Mercy on a Crutch (1915).
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