Toronto, day 2: 'The King's Speech' with Colin Firth
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Toronto, day 2: 'The King's Speech' with Colin Firth

Toronto : Canada | Sep 11, 2010 at 8:13 AM PDT
Source: Chicago Tribune
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The crowd at Roy Thomson Hall sang happy birthday (50th) to Colin Firth , on the occasion of the North American premiere of his new film "The King's Speech," in which he plays the man who became King George VI after his American-marrying brother abdicated the throne prior to World War II . FULL ARTICLE AT Chicago Tribune
 
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