Mr. Chips (Robert Donat) runs into Dorset, one of the stinkers (new boys) at Brookfield School.
Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Like us on FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/dHs73 Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Goodbye, Mr. Chips Trailer - Directed by Herbert Ross and starring Peter O'Toole, Petula Clark, Michael Redgrave, Alison Leggatt, SiÂn Phillips. A shy, withdrawn English schoolteacher falls for a flashy showgirl. MGM - 1969
This may be the most memorable tune from the 1969 musical version of GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS. Petula Clark's crystal clear has never sounded better. She and Peter O'Toole share a short scene before the song begins. Note that the Leslie Bricusse song is sung as a voiceover--we never see Petula's character actually singing. GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS is available on DVD from Warner Home Video. If you like classic movies, be sure to visit the Classic Film & TV Cafe, www.classicfilmtvcafe.com.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969 film) [ available to purchase http://amzn.com/B00005JO3W ] Goodbye, Mr. Chips is a 1969 American musical film directed by Herbert Ross. The screenplay by Terence Rattigan is based on James Hilton's 1934 novella of the same name, which originally was adapted for the screen in 1939.
Six-time Oscar-nominated romantic classic about a staid schoolmaster whose heart is thawed by a beautiful young woman. Robert Donat ("The 39 Steps") received an Oscar for his moving performance. Oscar-winner Greer Garson ("Mrs. Miniver," "Madame Curie") received an Oscar-nomination as the woman who steals his heart. Co-starring Paul Henreid ("Casablanca"). Recently selected by the prestigious American Film Institute as one of the greatest American films of all time and added Arthur Chipping to its' list of 50 Greatest Heroes. #Trailer #WB
"Walk Through the World" (Petula Clark) by Leslie Bricusse : Filming Locations: Strand-on-the-Green Chiswick London
a scene from classic movie "Good bye Mr. Chips" (1939)
Robert Donat defied the odds and beat both Clark Gable and Jimmy Stewart for the Best Actor Oscar in the 1939 Academy Awards with his portrayal of Mr. Chips in Sam Wood’s “Goodbye, Mr. Chips.” It’s a movie that celebrates school heroes everyone had (or should’ve) and connects in its ability to reflect back on the nostalgia of one’s life. Join us – Pete Wright and Andy Nelson – as we continue our series on films from 1939 with Wood’s film. We talk about how we felt about the film and, despite any issues we had, still found it affecting. We chat about Robert Donat and Greer Garson, both of whom really give touching and honest performances. We touch on Sam Wood as the director and what he brings to the table. We discuss the story and why stories about teachers can work so well, and why they work on us in particular. And we look at the magnificent work Jack Dawn did with the hair and makeup to bring Mr. Chips to life over the course of his 60+ years, from new hire to headmaster. It’s a touching film that works to connect us with this character and reminds us what we love about the best ‘great teacher’ movies. Check it out!