EP0473: Let George Do It: The Chair of Humanities

Bob Bailey

The wife of a prominent college professor asks for George’s help, but when he calls, she denies that she needs it. Then the professor himself asks George to stop him from being murdered.

Original Air Date: May 1, 1950

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  2 comments for “EP0473: Let George Do It: The Chair of Humanities”

  1. Bill
    August 17, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    Hi Adam,

    At last, Virginia Gregg comes into her own as Brooksie in “Let George Do It.” After languishing in Frances Robinson’s shadow. Gregg finally asserts herself in “The Chair of Humanities” demonstrating unusual toughness and emotional insight. It certainly helped that the script for “The Chair of the Humanities” was among the most intellectually rich of the series, but there’s no doubt that it is Gregg’s forceful performance that gives the episode its surprising depth and texture.

  2. Bill
    August 17, 2011 at 12:13 pm

    Thanks for letting us share the ride, Adam.

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