Sy Wexler (October 6, 1916, Manhattan, New York – March 10, 2005, Los Angeles, California), born Simon Wexler, was an American filmmaker best known for the hundreds of educational short films he made, mostly during the 1960s and 1970s. The most famous was Squeak the Squirrel. He also co-produced a short film titled The Searching Eye (1964), which was directed by Saul Bass, and shown during the 1964 New York World's Fair.
- Sy Wexler at the Internet Movie Database
- Squeak the Squirrel at the Internet Archive
- Obituary at the New York Times
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