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===Story=== ''The King's Speech'' tells the tale of the mane who would become the father of Queen Elizabeth II: King George VI. After his brother abdicates the throne, George (also known as 'Bertie'), assumes the throne, albeit reluctantly. Considered to be unfit to be king and plagued by a horrendous stutter, Bertie calls upon the assistance of Lionel Logue, a speech therapist that utilizes unorthodox methods. Will the unusual techniques allow Bertie to ditch the stutter and find a voice of confidence? ===DVD Features===


Colin FirthKing George VI
Helena Bonham CarterQueen Elizabeth
Derek JacobiArchbishop Cosmo Lang
Robert PortalEquerry
Richard DixonPrivate Secretary
Paul TrussellChauffeur
Adrian ScarboroughBBC Radio Announcer
Andrew HavillRobert Wood
Charles ArmstrongBBC Technician
Roger HammondDr. Blandine Bentham
Geoffrey RushLionel Logue
Calum GittinsLaurie Logue
Jennifer EhleMyrtle Logue
Dominic ApplewhiteValentine Logue
Ben WimsettAnthony Logue
Freya WilsonPrincess Elizabeth
Ramona MarquezPrincess Margaret
David BamberTheatre Director
Jake HathawayWillie
Michael GambonKing George V
Guy PearceKing Edward VIII
Patrick RyecartLord Wigram
Teresa GallagherNurse
Simon ChandlerLord Dawson
Claire BloomQueen Mary
Orlando WellsDuke of Kent
Tim DownieDuke of Gloucester
Dick WardButler
Eve BestWallis Simpson
John AlbasinyFootman
Timothy SpallWinston Churchill
Danny EmesBoy in Regent's Park
Anthony AndrewsStanley Baldwin
John WarnabySteward
Roger ParrottNeville Chamberlain
Dean AmbridgeRoyal Marine (uncredited)
Michael ArcherAm Dram Stage Manager (uncredited)
Mihai ArseneRomanian Dignitary (uncredited)
Max CallumRoyal Footman (uncredited)
James CurrieBinky (uncredited)
Graham CurryInfantry (uncredited)
Filippo DelaunayUndercook (uncredited)
Tony EarnshawPoliceman (uncredited)
Adam EvesonBBC Technician (uncredited)
Jensen FreemanBright Young (uncredited)
Adolf HitlerHimself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Sarah MolkenthinHouse Maid (uncredited)
Martyn MoorePathe News Cameraman (uncredited)
Abbie MurisonRoyal Maid (uncredited)
Pete NoakesPasserby (uncredited)
Stuart PollockLord Nelson Banks (uncredited)
Mary RobinsonRoyal Nanny (uncredited)
George RoddMP Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Alex SabgaFuneral Sailor (uncredited)
Harry SimsBBC Technician / Soldier (uncredited)
Tony SweeneyBBC Technician (uncredited)
Sean TaloBBC Technician / Soldier (uncredited)

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  • Genre: Drama Movies
  • Theme(s): Historical
  • Director: Tom Hooper
  • Producer: Weinstein Company
  • Length: 118 min
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaNov 26, 2010
    EuropeJan 7, 2011
    JapanFeb 26, 2011
    AustraliaDec 26, 2010
  • Ratings
    North AmericaR
  • Blu-ray Release
    North AmericaApr 19, 2011
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaApr 19, 2011
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