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BBFC reference AFF274065
Category
THE KING'S SPEECH
Feature Film
Classified 21 October, 2010 .
Run Time 118m 7s

Consumer Advice:Contains strong language in a speech therapy context

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This work was passed with no cuts made.

The main spoken language in this work is English.

Directed by Tom Hooper
The cast for this work includes: Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce, Michael Gambon, Timothy Spall, Derek Jacobi, Eve Best.

When submitted to the BBFC the work had a running time of 118m 7s.
The running time of this film was calculated from the measured length of 10630+15 ( feet + frames ).

This work was submitted to the BBFC by Momentum Theatrical .

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A film or video, together with associated trailers may exist in several versions and all versions known to the BBFC are listed below.

CategoryTypeDateCompanyRun TimeCutTitle
FilmFilm21/10/2010Momentum Theatrical118m 7sTHE KING'S SPEECH
FilmTrailerFilmTrailer22/10/2010Momentum Theatrical2m 7sTHE KING'S SPEECH
VideoTrailerVideoTrailer10/11/2010Technicolor Home Entertainment Services2m 8sTHE KING'S SPEECH
Online10/11/2010Technicolor Home Entertainment Services2m 8sTHE KING'S SPEECH
VideoVideo03/03/2011Technicolor Home Entertainment Services163m 38sTHE KING'S SPEECH
Online03/03/2011Technicolor Home Entertainment Services163m 38sTHE KING'S SPEECH
VideoVideo15/03/2011Technicolor Home Entertainment Services113m 31sTHE KING'S SPEECH
Online15/03/2011Technicolor Home Entertainment Services113m 31sTHE KING'S SPEECH
Details are likely to be more complete and accurate for the version submitted most recently.
When a film is transferred to video the running time will be shorter by approximately 4% due to the differing number of frames per second. This does not mean that the video version has been cut or re-edited.
This entry was last updated 19/05/2011
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