Hollywood addresses stuttering in the King's Speech
The King's Speech, released in November 2010, tells the story of King George VI, who had a severe stuttering problem and never intended to become king, and his speech therapist Lionel Logue. This is the first movie to feature a main character with a stuttering problem and the speech therapy undergone. Visit the Stuttering Foundation of America website to read an article about this inspiring film.
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