Goodbye Mr Chips (1940)

Release Date: 16 February 2004 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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Sam Wood directs this classic romantic drama starring Robert Donat and Greer Garson. The young Mr. Chipping (Donat) is appointed as the new Latin teacher at Brookfield Public School in 1870 and leads a rather mundane life until he meets and falls in love with suffragette Katherine (Garson) on a walking holiday in the Alps some years later. She finally brings him happiness as they marry and move to England together, but tragedy is looming for the beloved Mr Chips. The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Writing, Screenplay and Best Director with Donat winning the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.

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Region 2
Running Time: 109 minutes
Production Year: 1939
Main Language: English
Release Date: 16 February 2004
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all

Product Reviews

Unashamedly sentimental without being corny

If the thought of black and white 1939 put you off, still give it a chance. Donat as the legendary master at a public school for over 50 years. Some scenes are incredibly moving; when Chips takes the Latin class minutes after his wife dies because it's his duty or reading out the role call of the dead in WW1 who had been his pupils only a year before. An experience.

Catalogue No: 1000086009