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  • George Lundgren
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  • George Lundgren (formerly George Nordgren) is a 3rd grader who attends Lakewood Elementary School, in Mr. Ratburn's class. He daydreams frequently, and is a skilled carpenter and ventriloquist. His family is Swedish, but has been seen wearing a top saying "I Love Norway", in The Long Road Home. He has a ventriloquist dummy; a wooden giraffe named Wally. In the episode, "The Boy with His Head in the Clouds," George is revealed to have dyslexia. He has a friend named Carl. George also has a sister who only appeared in earlier episodes, also as a background character.
Eye
  • Blue
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cartoon first appeared
  • "Arthur's Eyes"
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Animal
  • Moose
Portrayer
  • Eleanor Noble
  • Samantha Reynolds
  • Evan Smirnow
  • Mitchell Rothpan
Residence
Age
  • 8
Text
  • How is it possible to know so much about someone, but not really know them?
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Reference
  • "Arthur's Dummy Disaster"
Character Name
  • George Lundgren
Image
  • Binky and George.JPG
  • Fifteen 69.jpg
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favorite color
  • Blue
  • Fuzzy wuzzy brown
Family
Gender
  • Male
Complexion
  • Brown
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  • George Lundgren (formerly George Nordgren) is a 3rd grader who attends Lakewood Elementary School, in Mr. Ratburn's class. He daydreams frequently, and is a skilled carpenter and ventriloquist. His family is Swedish, but has been seen wearing a top saying "I Love Norway", in The Long Road Home. He has a ventriloquist dummy; a wooden giraffe named Wally. He is very often shown as isolated from the other children. This is possibly because of his nosebleeds (which occur on a regular basis), or it may be that he is simply a quiet person, or both. However, in the later seasons, like most of the other children, he has effectively socialized into the group. Also, his nosebleeds have only happened in one episode. Though in earlier seasons George is shown as a background character with very few talking roles, starting in season 9, he made a transition into a main character, appearing in a good portion of episodes. It is unknown why this sudden change happened. In the episode, "The Boy with His Head in the Clouds," George is revealed to have dyslexia. In Arthur's Perfect Christmas, George does celebrate Christmas, but he celebrates it in a different way than the other kids in Elwood City, since his mom is from Sweden. On Christmas, according to Norwegian tradition, they would dance and parade in traditional clothes and eat traditional Christmas food. He has a friend named Carl. George also has a sister who only appeared in earlier episodes, also as a background character.
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