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The Colin Firth-starring movie single-handedly takes home three kudos from this year's National Movie Awards, while both parts of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' grab a total of three.
The 'Love Actually' director asks for apology for making a skit of the movie after the sketch was slammed by The British Stammering Association.
It is the fourth prize taken by the British film at the Sunday ceremony which also sees 'Inception' domination.
The 3D Animation Disney film successful in topping the chart, followed by 'Hall Pass' in second place and 'Unknown (2011)' in the third.
Lead star Natalie Portman and director Darren Aronofsky were acknowledged for their roles while the movie itself was named Best Feature.
The American Institute for Stuttering honors Firth for his portrayal of George VI in 'The King's Speech' who stammers, insisting he has helped people gain more understanding on the speech impedients.
Beside winning the coveted Best Film honor, the critically-acclaimed film also helped its three main cast winning the acting categories.
'I'm so used to losing, it's quite a strange feeling to win,' the star of 'The King's Speech' said when accepting the honor for Best Supporting Actress.
The Facebook movie leads the winners list with four including Film of the Year kudo, followed by the British royal drama with three.
'To learn Her Majesty has seen the film, and was moved, in turn moves and humbles me greatly,' said screenwriter David Seidler.
'As an independent U.K. production we were unaware that the phrase 'no animals were harmed' had a certification mark,' See-Saw producer Emile Sherman says.
Queen Elizabeth II reportedly is amused by Colin Firth's portrayal of her father, King George VI.