Pick a Letter (Series) (1962-1963)

Pick a Letter was a series produced by Screen Gems (Canada) Limited which was syndicated to television stations in Canada and the U.S.

In the series, animator George Feyer would tell a story through drawings starting with letters of the alphabet.

The series was directed and produced by Jean-Claude Tramont.
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byClick here to see the profile of this user smurbaniak, November 30, 2011
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Thank goodness I have finally found some information on this series that I first saw in the mid 60s when I was a child.
George Feyer would use drawings of the letters to illustrate his cartoon. Canned music was used for incidental music. Harmonica music often times.
I have thousands of cartoons, but I don't have one of this series -- one of twhe few I recall that I don't have.
We were lucky (kids in my neighborhood) in the Detroit area to be able to watch Canadian television, which didn't concentrate on ratings, but quality.

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