Georgy Girl is a 1966 British romantic comedy-drama, starring Lynn Redgrave in the title role, with Charlotte Rampling, Alan Bates, James Mason, and Redgrave's mother Rachel Kempson. Directed by Silvio Narizzano, the film was based on the 1965 novel by Margaret Forster.


The opening credits show the title character walking through the streets of London and being tempted into a hairdressers where she has her hair set in a far more contemporary style. She immediately changes her mind, and runs through the streets until she reaches a public lavatory. Once there, she submerges her hair in a sink-full of water, happy to return to her previously unkempt hairstyle.