Francine Stock talks to Helena Bonham Carter about The King's Speech. Produced by Stephen Hughes.
Francine Stock talks to Helena Bonham Carter about playing the Queen Mother in The King's Speech and why she was like "marshmallow made with a welding machine".
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HELENA BONHAM CARTER
Francine Stock talks to Helena Bonham Carter about The King's Speech.
- Fri 7 Jan 2011 16:30