|Born||1951 (1954 in the film)|
|Died||1957 (1960 in the film)|
|Also known as|| Georgie|
Georgie Elmer Denbrough
|Family members|| Zack Denbrough (father)|
Sharon Denbrough (mother)
Bill Denbrough (brother)
Audra Phillips (future sister-in-law)
|Home||Derry, Maine (1960)|
|Portrayed by||Tony Dakota|
One stormy day, Georgie was bugging his brother Bill. Bill then gave him a boat from under his bed. Georgie was about to go outside, but Bill tells him to not go far and to be careful and Georgie assures Bill that 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 Georgie while he was in the sewer. At first, Georgie didn't speak and Pennywise asks him if he wants a balloon with a wide grin. In response, Georgie tells Pennywise that he isn't supposed to take things from strangers since his father said so and Pennywise sarcastically comments on his father's wisdom. The clown then introduces himself as Pennywise the Dancing Clown and then told Georgie what his name is. Since they have introduced themselves, Pennywise declares that they now know each other. Feeling like Pennywise had him on the ropes, a smiling Georgie is about to turn and leave, telling Pennywise that he has to go. Before he can, Pennywise stops him by showing him his boat, which makes Georgie become overjoyed to see it again. Pennywise beckons Georgie to take his boat, with promises of cotton candy, rides, and balloons of all colors. When Georgie asks if they float, Pennywise responds to the affirmative. However, when Georgie reaches down to take his boat, Pennywise tells him that when he is in the sewers with him, he will float, too. Suddenly, Pennywise takes the boat away from Georgie and grabs him by the arm, making Georgie scream in terror. After this, Pennywise bites off Georgie's left arm and leaves him to bleed to death. Georgie was only heard by a nearby gardener and actually seen by the same gardener to witness Georgie dead by the sewer.
- Georgie is described as innocent and curious. He loves to play, especially with Bill. Bill loved George dearly and always treated him passionately and with respect.
- Georgie's death is referenced in Stephen 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 Georgie's body was found in the sewer drain.