Emmy Award-winning director Tom Hooper (John Adams) teams with screenwriter David Seidler (Tucker: A Man and His Dreams) to tell the story of King George VI. When his older brother abdicates the throne, nervous-mannered successor George "Bertie" VI (Colin Firth) reluctantly dons the crown. Though his stutter soon raises concerns about his leadership skills, King George VI eventually comes into his own with the help of unconventional speech therapist Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush). Before long the king and Lionel have forged an unlikely bond, a bond that proves to have real strength when the United Kingdom is forced to flex its international might.
Audio commentary with director Tom Hooper; Making of featurette: an inspirational story of an unlikely friendship; Q&A with the director & the cast including Colin Firth ; Speeches from The Real King George VI; The Real Lionel Logue highlights
Disc #1 -- The King's Speech Play Movie Captions & Subtitles English for the Hearing Impaired Spanish Subtitles: None Scene Selection Special Features Feature Commentary With Director Tom Hooper: On Proceed Feature Commentary With Director Tom Hooper: Off The King's Speech: An Inspirational Story of an Unlikely Friendship Q&A With the Director & the Cast Speeches From the Real King George VI Pre-War Speech Radio Broadcast September 3, 1939 (As Seen at the End of the Film) Post-War Speech Newsreel May 14, 1945 The Real Lionel Logue The Stuttering Foundation (Public Service Announcement)