(from The Blog & Mail #410, 26 October 2007)
George Feyer (1921-1967). He was a television cartoon sketch artist. The only one I was aware of. Back in the 50s and early 60s before the structure of television was better understood, it was considered entertaining to have a cartoonist who could sketch as fast as Sergio Aragones do cartoons on camera in response to an interview question or to illustrate a children's story narrative. Hard to believe when you see old kinescopes of it. It's the living incarnation of Dead Air. I wonder how many cartoonists got the bug from watching guys like Feyer "doing their thing"? I wonder if I did?