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™ Let George Do It!
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Photograph of George Washington on left in green and brown with black text and white background on right.

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"Let George Do It," was a radio program that ran from 1946 to 1954. The radio drama followed investigator George Valentine in his day to day life solving cases. While the series developed into a crime drama, it originally started off with a more sitcom format. The main character, Valentine, was played by Bob Bailey. Bailey would receive his most well known role after "Let George Do It" ended, when a year later he joined, "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar". The series is known for its minimal sound effects, only using an orchestra during the early years. As the show progressed and the budget increased, eventually production included a whole orchestra.

George Washington was an American political leader who became the first President of the United States from 1789-1797. His face was later emblazened on stamps, coins, and dollar bill currency.


Old Time Radio Downloads. (n.d.). Let George do it.

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