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Gébé, or Georges Blondeaux (1929–2004), has been a fixture of the French press since 1960. He was best known as a cartoonist, but also author, lyricist, screenwriter, and dramatist, a maker of short films and photo-novels, beloved editor and nurturer of new talent. From 1970–85, he was editor in chief of Charlie Hebdo. He returned when the weekly was reborn in 1992, and served as editorial director until his death.