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The King's Speech (2010)
British George V shilling
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"The King's Speech" is a 2010 Weinstein Company and UK Film Council film about
England's Prince Albert, later King George VI, and his speech therapist Lionel Logue.
The film starred Colin Firth as Prince Albert and Geoffrey Rush as Lionel Logue.
At one point in the film, Lionel bets Albert a shilling, but princes don't carry money.
The shilling would be a King George V shilling, Prince Albert's father.
Later when the Edward VIII - Wallace Simpson problem becomes acute,
Lionel brings up the shilling again and tells Albert that he will soon be on it.
Kings Speech
1. Geoffrey Rush as Lionel Logue
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2. Colin Firth as Prince Albert
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3. Albert and Lionel do exercises
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4. Lionel holds up a shilling
A shilling with King George V:
Britain shilling 1933
5. Great Britain shilling 1933 King George V
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6. Colin Firth as King George VI
Later King George VI did make it onto the shilling:
Britain shilling 1944
7. Great Britain shilling 1944 King George VI - English reverse
Colin Firth as King George VI
Helena Bonham Carter as Queen Elizabeth
Geoffrey Rush as Lionel Logue
Director: Tom Hooper
Writer: David Seidler
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