Georgia is the kind all-purpose red engine in the 1991 film, The Little Engine That Could. She sleeps in the roundhouse with Jebediah, Pete, Farnsworth, and Tillie one morning. She later wakes up where Jebediah is still sleeping. Tillie pulls the milk train and tells Georgia to be quiet because she doesn't want to wake Jebediah up. Georgia thinks that Tillie can pull the mail train, but Tillie says not today, because she has a plan. Georgia asks Tillie if she has a train to pull. Tillie gets very angry and scolds Georgia that she's an engine. Georgia's boiler begin to feel hurt and Tillie pulls the milk train slowly. Georgia then goes off to pull the birthday train by Tower. A clown named Rollo who is already in the birthday train. After his toys board the birthday train, Georgia prepares to go over the mountains. But one afternoon on the way to the mountains, Georgia suddenly breaks down can't move at all. She toots for help, causing the steam to puff out of her funnel, as it goes up in the air and informs a doctor engine named Doc, who comes to take her back to the roundhouse. After Georgia's funnel is bandaged, she is told by Doc to be better after a couple of days.
Although the German word for "train" is masculine, Georgia remains a female, and is still voiced by a female, unlike Tillie in said version, probably justified, as the word for "engine" in German, "die Lokomotive" or "die Eisenbahn" is feminine.