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Robert Sherman

Born: 1925-12-19 - Died: 2012-03-05
Cause of Death:
Unknown at this time

Death Summary: Sherman died in London on March 5, 2012, the exact cause of death is unknown at this time. His son Jeff released a statement via Facebook about his fathers death: "He went peacefully after months of truly valiantly fending off death. He loved life and his dear heart finally slowed to a stop when he could fight no more."

Who was Robert Sherman : Sherman was a songwriter who specialized in musical films. Working with his brother, their work can be heard in Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Slipper and the Rose, and the theme song of "It's a Small World (After All)".
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  1. QQ Says:


  2. John t slater Says:

    Sounds like he was a cool guy.

  3. Jean Hamilton Says:

    Sorry for your loss. The Bible at John 5:28,29 promises that their is going to be a resurrection. Losing a loved one can bring great emotional pain. It is my hope and prayer that these scripture gives you something positive to meditate on today.

  4. Orion Merrill Says:

    It is a small world after all 🙂 lol in yo face

  5. Ilen Says:

    Thanks for that great Tomorrowland memory! Many years ago I ekword as a ticket seller at Disneyland back in the days when there were things called ticket books and central booths for selling additional tickets when the book ran low especially with those E and D tickets. One day when I was working a booth in front of the carousel building, which then housed America Sings, a guest came up and asked my booth partner how that song went from the show about tomorrow. Unable to resist, I broke into song and somehow recalled all the lyrics. Thanks for reminding me of them again. What a GREAT song!

  6. Norman Philips Jr. Says:

    Your time with us was to short. You will live forever in your songs and in our hearts, that special warmth you gave to your music made the world a better place. Disney would not be Disney if not for the contributions of the Sherman brothers. Supercalafragulisticepaladoshis.

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