In The King's Speech, Colin Firth plays King George VI, who ascended to England's throne in 1936 after his older brother abdicated, and who overcame a stuttering problem. Helena Bonham Carter plays George's wife, Queen Elizabeth.
In The King's Speech, Colin Firth plays King George VI, who ascended to England's throne in 1936 after his older brother abdicated, and who overcame a stuttering problem. Helena Bonham Carter plays George's wife, Queen Elizabeth.
In The King's Speech, Colin Firth plays King George VI, who ascended to England's throne in 1936 after his older brother abdicated, and who overcame a stuttering problem. Helena Bonham Carter plays George's wife, Queen Elizabeth.

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