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‘King’s Speech’ eloquent, elegant

Published 01/14/2011, INFORUM

According to “The King’s Speech,” King George VI – born Albert Frederick Arthur George, “Bertie” to his intimates – had such a paralyzing stutter that it was a struggle for him to say his own name.

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