|Also known as||Georgie|
|Family members|| Zack Denbrough (father)|
Sharon Denbrough (mother)
Bill Denbrough (brother)
Audra Phillips (sister-in-law)
|Home||Derry, Maine (1960)|
|Portrayed by||Tony Dakota|
One stormy day, George was bugging his brother Bill. Bill then gave him a boat from under his bed. George was about to go outside but Bill tells him to not go far and he tells him he won't. Sailing his little paper boat across the sidewalk when the boat happened to land right into the sewer in which Pennywise happened to save his boat and then tried to make idle conversation with George while It/Pennywise was in the sewer. George did not speak at first, and when Pennywise tried to open him up with a balloon, to which George responds he isn't supposed to take things from strangers, therefore Pennywise sarcastically commented on his father's wisdom. Pennywise then introduced himself as "Pennywise the Dancing Clown", and then told George what was his name. Feeling like It had George on the ropes, George was about to turn and leave, but Pennywise stopped him by showing George his boat. Pennywise then beckons George to come get his little paper boat, with promises of rides, cotton candy, and all other surprises down there, and when George asked if they float and Pennywise responds to the affirmative, and when George reaches down to grab his boat, Pennywise then grabs George's arm and tells George that if he was with him, he'd float too. After this, Pennywise then bites off George's left arm and leaves George to bleed to death. George was only heard by a nearby gardener and actually seen by the same gardener to witness George dead by the sewer.
- George's death is referenced in King's 2011 novel, 11/22/63, when Jake Epping visits Derry and a bartender in a hotel tells him about some recent child murders that have taken place, rumored to be committed by a man who dresses as a clown. The bartender tells Jake that George Denbrough's body was found in the sewer drain.
- Georgie is described as innocent and curious. He loves to play, especially with his big brother, Bill. Bill loved George dearly and treated him passionately all the time.