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Stuttering boy becomes Oscar-winning triumph for THE KING’S SPEECH

Screenwriter David Seidler

Screenwriter David Seidler

“He stutters far worse than you do,” screenwriter David Seidler remembers his parents telling him of King George VI when the family would sit around the radio in England listening to the King deliver his war-time speeches. “It gave me hope, and I thought one day, as I became a writer, I would like to write something about him.” That was a beginning of a life-long journey for Seilder to write the story of the stammering King, as he did in The King’s SpeechScript sat down with the Oscar-nominated screenwriter to hear how his inspiration became one of the most talked about movies of the year.

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