George is Roger Goodman's butler from Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen. He is witty, practical, playful, and on many levels more intelligent than his master.

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Character Details Edit

Physical Description Edit

George dresses as an aristocratic butler while at Huffington Manor, wearing a dark red riding coat and dark red pants. His stockings are white, as are his cuff links and powdered wig. His undercoat is gold. His shoes are black.

When he becomes a pirate, his switches out his powdered wig for a black tri-corn hat and changes his clothes into dark red garments.

Characteristics Edit

George is always of service to his master, Roger Goodman, but is often very playful and witty, proving again and again that he is far more intelligent than his employer. He loves to make jokes that subtly poke fun at everyone else around him, and his wit has on several occasions saved Roger from humiliation and ridicule.

Before Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Edit

George was first introduced by Craig Sodoro in the Pioneer Drama Service play Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen, where he serves the same purpose that he plays in the final performance. The official DVD release of the performance officially made this character, as well as the whole story, canon to the cinematic universe.

Trivia Edit

  • Unlike many of the main characters in Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen, George has no official last name. This might be because of his status as a butler.
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