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The Late Film: Goodbye Mr Chips


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starring Robert Donat with Greer Garson , Paul von Henreid This charming and sentimental film traces the life and times of a shy schoolmaster - the inimitable and much loved 'Mr Chips '. Robert Donat received a well-deserved Academy Award for his portrayal of 'Chips' - from his first job as a young man, to his old age as the school's most popular teacher.
Directed by Sam Wood
Films; page 23


Unknown: Robert Donat
Unknown: Greer Garson
Unknown: Paul von Hernreid
Unknown: Mr Chips
Unknown: Robert Donat
Produced By: Victor Saville
Mr Chips: Robert Donat
Katherine: Greer Garson
John Colley: Terry Kilburn
Peter Colley: Terry Kilburn
Peter Colley II: Terry Kilburn
Peter Colley III: Terry Kilburn
Peter Colley (as a young man): John Mills
Staefel PAUL: Von Hernreid
Flora: Judith Furse
Wetherby: Lyn Harding
Chatteris: Milton Rosmer
Marsham: Frederick Liester
Mrs Wickett: Louise Hampton
Raiston: Austin Trevor
Jackson: David Tree
Colonel Morgan: Edmond Breon
Helen Colley: Jill Furst
Sir John Colley: Scott Sunderland

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The Late Film: Goodbye Mr Chips

BBC One London, 8 August 1980 23.35

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