His name was Ronny Graham. Composer, songwriter, actor, comedian, director and author. He was a night-club comic throughout the USA, and wrote songs for Broadway revues including "New Faces" (1952, 1956, and 1962) and also for Jules Monk's night-club revues (he appeared in "Take Five") and on television, and he had a part in the Broadway production of "The Tender Trap." He also composed the Broadway stage score for "Bravo, Giovanni!." Joining ASCAP in 1952, his chief musical collaborator was Milton Schafer, and his popular songs included the parody tune "The Inquisition" (for the film History of the World: Part I (1981)), "It's A Wonderful Day to Be Seventeen," "Lucky Pierre," "Take Off the Mask," "I'm in Love with Miss Logan," "Harry the Hipster," "Steady, Steady," "Ah, Camminare!," and "I'm All I've Got". He also was on an episode of M*A*S*H He die in 1999. Those Mobil ads were funny.