'The King’s Speech' takes home a royal bounty at Oscars | Chris Vognar Columns and Reviews - Entertainment News for Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Morning News

 'The King’s Speech' takes home a royal bounty at Oscars


It wasn’t the royal thrashing widely expected, and the storyline was late to develop. ButThe King’s Speechstill emerged as the big winner on Oscar night. The heralded story of a stuttering monarch’s road to redemption racked up four awards, including best picture, best director (Tom Hooper) and

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