"The King's Speech" quotes

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The story of King George VI, his impromptu ascension to the throne of the British Empire in 1936, and the speech therapist who helped the unsure monarch overcome his stammer.

Director: Tom Hooper
Writer: David Seidler
Production: N/A
Year: 2010
MetaScore: 88/100
ImdbRating: 8.0
BoxOffice: $138,797,449
Released: 25 Dec 2010
Awards: Won 4 Oscars. 108 wins & 206 nominations total

103 Clips

L ng pauses are g d They add s lemnity t great ccasi ns - The King's Speech 00:08
L ng pauses are g d They add s lemnity t great ccasi ns
Let the micr ph ne d the w rk sir - The King's Speech 00:04
Let the micr ph ne d the w rk sir
Y u have n idea wh I have breathing d wn my neck - The King's Speech 00:06
Y u have n idea wh I have breathing d wn my neck
As far as I see it my husband has mechanical difficulties with his speech - The King's Speech 00:08
As far as I see it my husband has mechanical difficulties...
Ap l gize D y u b th g d - The King's Speech 00:06
Ap l gize D y u b th g d
A sieve f thisted siphles - The King's Speech 00:04
A sieve f thisted siphles
This fell w c uld really be s meb dy great - The King's Speech 00:15
This fell w c uld really be s meb dy great
I'm n t a King I'm n t a King - The King's Speech 00:05
I'm n t a King I'm n t a King
Kiss the b k sign the ath and y u're King - The King's Speech 00:05
Kiss the b k sign the ath and y u're King
Many privileges N t the same thing - The King's Speech 00:04
Many privileges N t the same thing
Cigarette sm king calms the nerves and gives y u c nfidence - The King's Speech 00:07
Cigarette sm king calms the nerves and gives y u c nfidence
Sir I have asked t see y u t day - The King's Speech 00:36
Sir I have asked t see y u t day
Apparently she has certain skills - The King's Speech 00:09
Apparently she has certain skills
And I see the y u kn w the c mm n man staring at me I - The King's Speech 00:07
And I see the y u kn w the c mm n man staring at me I
Will Their Majesties be staying t dinner - The King's Speech 00:13
Will Their Majesties be staying t dinner
From his public duty What's the matter l ve - The King's Speech 00:22
From his public duty What's the matter l ve
And y u put that w man in ur m ther's suite - The King's Speech 00:07
And y u put that w man in ur m ther's suite
Waiting f r me t - The King's Speech 00:10
Waiting f r me t
I prefer Li nel - The King's Speech 00:35
I prefer Li nel
I'm n t g ing t sit here warbling Y u can with me - The King's Speech 00:10
I'm n t g ing t sit here warbling Y u can with me
What was y ur earliest mem ry - The King's Speech 00:18
What was y ur earliest mem ry
Lionel Well surely a prince's brain knows what its mouth's doing - The King's Speech 00:09
Lionel Well surely a prince's brain knows what its mouth's...
In this grave h ur Fuck fuck fuck - The King's Speech 00:18
In this grave h ur Fuck fuck fuck
H w d y u feel Full f h t air - The King's Speech 00:08
H w d y u feel Full f h t air
Well we need t have y ur hubby p p by - The King's Speech 00:26
Well we need t have y ur hubby p p by
Li nel Take a g d deep breath and up c mes Y ur R yal Highness - The King's Speech 00:14
Li nel Take a g d deep breath and up c mes Y ur R yal...
Is the nati n ready f r tw minutes f radi silence - The King's Speech 00:08
Is the nati n ready f r tw minutes f radi silence
W uld I lie t a prince f the realm t win 12 pennies - The King's Speech 00:09
W uld I lie t a prince f the realm t win 12 pennies
L gue we can't stay here all day Yes we can - The King's Speech 00:28
L gue we can't stay here all day Yes we can
We're n t a family we're a firm - The King's Speech 00:04
We're n t a family we're a firm
Thank y u What are friends f r - The King's Speech 00:10
Thank y u What are friends f r
Waiting f r a King t ap l gize ne can wait rather a l ng wait - The King's Speech 00:07
Waiting f r a King t ap l gize ne can wait rather a l ng...
In the past all a king had t d was l k respectable in unif rm - The King's Speech 00:18
In the past all a king had t d was l k respectable in unif...
My castle my rules - The King's Speech 00:04
My castle my rules
Y u're It's Y ur Majesty the first time - The King's Speech 00:07
Y u're It's Y ur Majesty the first time
Has succeeded s me ne wh 's dead - The King's Speech 00:36
Has succeeded s me ne wh 's dead
David I've been trying t see y u I've been terribly busy - The King's Speech 00:09
David I've been trying t see y u I've been terribly busy
H wever this turns ut - The King's Speech 00:14
H wever this turns ut
Papa Papa what's he saying Bertie Hmm - The King's Speech 00:10
Papa Papa what's he saying Bertie Hmm
D y u kn w any j kes - The King's Speech 00:16
D y u kn w any j kes
Y u kn w if I'm a king where's my p wer - The King's Speech 00:24
Y u kn w if I'm a king where's my p wer
Well he's required t speak publicly Perhaps he sh uld change j bs - The King's Speech 00:13
Well he's required t speak publicly Perhaps he sh uld change...
What are y u d ing Get up Y u can't sit there Get up - The King's Speech 00:36
What are y u d ing Get up Y u can't sit there Get up
Please d n't d that - The King's Speech 00:19
Please d n't d that
Y u still stammered n the W - The King's Speech 00:10
Y u still stammered n the W
In this time of trial - The King's Speech 00:36
In this time of trial
That I now call - The King's Speech 00:26
That I now call
Long pauses are good - The King's Speech 00:30
Long pauses are good
Let the microphone do the work - The King's Speech 00:18
Let the microphone do the work
Do you both good - The King's Speech 00:08
Do you both good
A sieve of thisted siffles - The King's Speech 00:10
A sieve of thisted siffles
Haven't I any rights - The King's Speech 00:22
Haven't I any rights
The Duke of York - The King's Speech 00:41
The Duke of York
This fellow could really be somebody great - The King's Speech 00:28
This fellow could really be somebody great
I'm not a king - The King's Speech 00:14
I'm not a king
And you're king - The King's Speech 00:09
And you're king
Cigarette smoking calms the nerves and - The King's Speech 00:15
Cigarette smoking calms the nerves and
I'm so sorry to hear that - The King's Speech 02:05
I'm so sorry to hear that
Am I considered the enemy - The King's Speech 00:19
Am I considered the enemy
Will their Majesties be staying to dinner - The King's Speech 00:15
Will their Majesties be staying to dinner
And you put that woman in our mother's suite - The King's Speech 00:29
And you put that woman in our mother's suite
One can wait rather a long wait - The King's Speech 00:22
One can wait rather a long wait
Waiting for me to - The King's Speech 00:23
Waiting for me to
Your Royal Highness - The King's Speech 01:00
Your Royal Highness
I prefer Lionel - The King's Speech 01:01
I prefer Lionel
I'm not going to sit here warbling - The King's Speech 00:31
I'm not going to sit here warbling
What's the matter - The King's Speech 00:34
What's the matter
What was your earliest memory - The King's Speech 00:40
What was your earliest memory
We need to have your hubby pop by - The King's Speech 01:03
We need to have your hubby pop by
Surely a prince's brain knows what its mouth's doing - The King's Speech 00:28
Surely a prince's brain knows what its mouth's doing
I send to every household of my - The King's Speech 00:42
I send to every household of my
Take good deep breaths - The King's Speech 00:38
Take good deep breaths
Is the nation ready for two - The King's Speech 00:23
Is the nation ready for two
Would I lie to a prince of the realm to win twelve pennies - The King's Speech 00:33
Would I lie to a prince of the realm to win twelve pennies
It's very nice to meet you - The King's Speech 00:48
It's very nice to meet you
What are friends for - The King's Speech 00:12
What are friends for
Waiting for a king to apologize - The King's Speech 00:24
Waiting for a king to apologize
One can wait a rather long wait - The King's Speech 00:22
One can wait a rather long wait
This family's been reduced to those lowest - The King's Speech 00:56
This family's been reduced to those lowest
It's 'Your Majesty' the first time - The King's Speech 00:20
It's 'Your Majesty' the first time
I've been trying to see you - The King's Speech 00:23
I've been trying to see you
Or just about to be - The King's Speech 01:34
Or just about to be
What's he saying - The King's Speech 00:12
What's he saying
However this turns out - The King's Speech 00:22
However this turns out
Do you know any jokes - The King's Speech 00:22
Do you know any jokes
Where's my power - The King's Speech 00:31
Where's my power
He's required to speak publicly - The King's Speech 00:33
He's required to speak publicly
What are you doing - The King's Speech 02:01
What are you doing
I believe sucking smoke into your lungs will - The King's Speech 00:35
I believe sucking smoke into your lungs will
You still stammered on the 'W' - The King's Speech 00:27
You still stammered on the 'W'
Perhaps the most fateful in our history - The King's Speech 04:26
Perhaps the most fateful in our history
In this grave hour - The King's Speech 04:25
In this grave hour
I couldn't say a single w word to him in reply - The King's Speech 02:18
I couldn't say a single w word to him in reply
How do you feel - The King's Speech 00:22
How do you feel
Down the drain - The King's Speech 02:36
Down the drain
Don't do that - The King's Speech 00:42
Don't do that
After that - The King's Speech 00:26
After that
We're not a family - The King's Speech 00:13
We're not a family
We can't stay here all day - The King's Speech 00:50
We can't stay here all day
In the past - The King's Speech 00:57
In the past
My husband is - The King's Speech 00:31
My husband is
Mr Baldwin - The King's Speech 02:06
Mr Baldwin
Kiss the book - The King's Speech 00:16
Kiss the book

Cast

King George VI - Colin Firth
Queen Elizabeth - Helena Bonham Carter
Archbishop Cosmo Lang - Derek Jacobi
Equerry - Robert Portal
Private Secretary - Richard Dixon
Chauffeur - Paul Trussell
BBC Radio Announcer - Adrian Scarborough
Robert Wood - Andrew Havill
BBC Technician - Charles Armstrong
Dr. Blandine Bentham - Roger Hammond
Lionel Logue - Geoffrey Rush
Laurie Logue - Calum Gittins
Myrtle Logue - Jennifer Ehle
Valentine Logue - Dominic Applewhite
Anthony Logue - Ben Wimsett
Princess Elizabeth - Freya Wilson
Princess Margaret - Ramona Marquez
Theatre Director - David Bamber
Willie - Jake Hathaway
King George V - Michael Gambon
King Edward VIII - Guy Pearce
Lord Wigram - Patrick Ryecart
Lord Dawson - Simon Chandler
Queen Mary - Claire Bloom
Duke of Kent - Orlando Wells
Duke of Gloucester - Tim Downie
Butler - Dick Ward
Wallis Simpson - Eve Best
Footman - John Albasiny
Winston Churchill - Timothy Spall
Boy in Regent's Park - Danny Emes
Stanley Baldwin - Anthony Andrews
Steward - John Warnaby
Neville Chamberlain - Roger Parrott
House Maid - Sarah Molkenthin
Royal Marine - Dean Ambridge
Am Dram Stage Manager - Mike Archer
Romanian Dignitary - Mihai Arsene
Royal Footman - Max Callum
Binky - James Currie
Infantry - Graham Curry
Undercook - Filippo Delaunay
Wealthy Patron - Julie Eagleton
Policeman - Tony Earnshaw
BBC Technician - Adam Eveson
Bright Young - Jensen Freeman
Onlooker - Benjamin Haller
Self (archive footage) - Adolf Hitler
Pathe News Cameraman - Martyn Moore
Royal Maid - Abbie Murison
Passerby - Pete Noakes
Royal Nanny - Mary Robinson
MP Listening to Radio - George Rodd
Funeral Sailor - Alex Sabga
BBC Technician / Soldier - Harry Sims
BBC Technician - Tony Sweeney
BBC Technician / Soldier - Sean Talo
Bright Young Thing - Emilia Ufir