Top 5 The King's Speech Movie Details

While searching the internet for The King's Speech movie facts, I found some interesting little known details. Obscure enough that most people could miss it, I want to make you a favor by creating ordered lists with the most intriguing hidden details.

Most of them are not blatantly obvious to be observed at first sight, so take your time and read carefully. We have extensive definitions that accurately explain any behind the scene meaning or famous dialogues.

Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush) gives Prince Albert (Colin Firth) a glass of scotch in a fine crystal glass while drinking his own from a regular glass.
Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush) gives Prince Albert (Colin Firth) a glass of scotch in a fine crystal glass while drinking his own from a regular glass.
Lionel Logue, instead of focusing on the mechanical and speech issues, actually listens and hears King Albert's speech. For a second, he stops being his therapist and becomes another subject looking for reassurance and comfort in the King's words.
Lionel Logue, instead of focusing on the mechanical and speech issues, actually listens and hears King Albert's speech. For a second, he stops being his therapist and becomes another subject looking for reassurance and comfort in the King's words.

Trivia

I have collected all the famous movie trivia questions with answers from Reddit and other sources. They can be very useful in quizzes or games, or simply to learn more information. Most of the fun The King's Speech details are suitable for kids.

  1. Lionel Logue tells King George IV "I believe smoking will kill you". He died of of lung cancer in 1952.

Hidden Details

Bertie is shown having a lot of difficulty lighting his cigarette lighter with his right hand (explanation in comments).

I am pretty sure that you've watched The King's Speech, maybe in a theater near you or on the small screen, but probably not many of the small details have taken your attention. Most of the previous facts are hidden for some reason, but still, there is plenty of randomly forgetten stuff that makes the movie unique and interesting. The more you know, the more fascinated you'll be about The King's Speech and will watch it online, download or stream it again and again.