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Erik Yehl, 11, leaves school with his mother, Kirsten. Like King George VI, whose battle to overcome stuttering is depicted in "The King's Speech," Erik struggles with the speech impediment. The movie's powerful message for him is, "I'm not stupid."

ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS Erik Yehl, 11, leaves school with his mother, Kirsten. Like King George VI, whose battle to overcome stuttering is depicted in "The King's Speech," Erik struggles with the speech impediment. The movie's powerful message for him is, "I'm not stupid."