Let George Do It! (1940) - Mr. Wu's A Window Cleaner Now
Let George Do It! (1940) - Grandad's Flannelette Nightshirt
Bumbling at the port, George Formby (as traveling banjo-lele player Hepplewhite) vamps (song by Formby, Harry Gifford and Fred E. Cliffe) while bandmate Alf (Hal Gordon) hustles, early in the wartime Formby vehicle Let George Do It!, 1940, also released as To Hell With Hitler (U.S.A.) and DInky-Doo (U.S.S.R.!).
Let George Do It! (1940) - Good Evening, Herr Hitler
Late in the feature and maybe a spoiler, George Formby (as accidental hero-spy Hepplewhite) has been drugged by under-cover Nazis (Garry Marsh, Romney Brent), and dreams of thwarting their schemes, rescuing pretty colleague Mary (Phyllis Calvert) and finally slugging der Führer, in the Formby vehicle Let George Do It!, 1940.
Let George Do It! (1940) - Have You Anything To Declare?
Thinking hes arriving in Blackpool (not Bergen, Norway!) singer George (Formby) discovers hes further-accidentally bunked with the wife (Helena Pickard) of mysterious traveling magician Oscar (Bernard Lee), and is helped by a steward (Johnnie Schofield) and a baffled customs official, in the spy-comedy Let George Do It!, 1940.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Let George Do It (1940)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Let George Do It, 1940.