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Can you name the Famous First-Named Georges?

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Aunt Rosemary's Little Georgie.
Fictional George who had a 'wonderful life'.
George who wrote '1984' and 'Animal Farm'.
Before he led the A-Team, this George had breakfast at Tiffany's with Audrey.
Non-ficitonal George who employed a fictional George on NBC.
King George who the American Colonies revolted against.
'Pine Tar Incident' George.
This George's guitar gently wept.
George who hosted the first 'Saturday Night Live'. Didn't use the '7 Dirty Words' that night.
Actor George who won an Academy Award for portraying a General George.
Super-speculator George. Famous for his financial donations to defeat George '43'.
Fictional George who worked for a non-fictional George on NBC.
Conservative Washington Post columnist George who LOVES baseball.
George who played James Bond. No. I'm serious.
Move it on over. Rocker George who's bad to the bone because he drinks one bourbon, one scotch and one beer.
Jazz-guitarist George who recorded 'This Masquerade' and 'On Broadway'
Late-night George on TBS.
Zombie filmmaker George.
George who composed 'Messiah' and 'Water Music'.
Choreographer and co-founder of New York City Ballet George
NFL's 'Papa Bear' George.
George who lost to Nixon in 1972.
George who played 'NORM!'
Gracie Allen's straight man George.
Academy Award winner for 'Cool Hand Luke' George.
George who created and works at Skywalker Ranch.
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'No Show' George. Once married to Tammy Wynette.
George '41'.
Film director George most famous for working with Tracy and Hepburn.
'Yankee Doodle Dandy' George.
P-Funk George.
Mary Ann Evans was this female George's real name.
General George who was portrayed by an actor George who won an Academy Award for doing so.
Wham! This George wants your sex. 'Cuz ya gotta have faith.
The George who worked for Spacely Sprockets.
Playwright George whose works include 'Pygmalion', 'Major Barbara' and 'Arms and the Man'.
Ira's brother and frequent collaborator,George.
'Lonesome George' who appeared frequently on the original 'Hollywood Squares'.
George who won an Academy Award in 1950 for playing Addison DeWitt.
General George who retired to Mt. Vernon after his political career.
'King of Country' George.
Heavyweight champ George who sells cooking equipment now.
George who played professional golf, baseball, hockey, football and boxed and then wrote about it.
George '41's son, George '43'.
Perpetually tan actor George.
Botanist and scientist George best-known for his work with peanuts.
NBA coach George, currently with the Nuggets.
Theatre producer, director and writer George who lived to be 107.
Superman George.
George who played Sulu. He is living long and prospering as the announcer for The Howard Stern Show.
Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin was this female George's real name.

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