Goodbye, Mr. Chips Overview:

Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Sam Wood and Sidney Franklin and produced by Victor Saville.

The film was based on the novel Goodbye Mr. Chips and also The Atlantic Magazine Short Story written by James Hilton published in 1934 (novel); April 1934 (magazine).

Academy Awards 1939 --- Ceremony Number 12 (source: AMPAS)

Best ActorRobert DonatWon
Best ActressGreer GarsonNominated
Best DirectorSam WoodNominated
Best Film EditingCharles FrendNominated
Best PictureMetro-Goldwyn-MayerNominated
Best WritingR. C. Sherriff, Claudine West, Eric MaschwitzNominated

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Katherine: It must be tremendously interesting to be a schoolmaster, to watch boys grow up and help them along; to see their characters develop and what they become when they leave school and the world gets hold of them. I don't see how you could ever get old in a world that's always young.

[dying words]
Mr. Chipping 'Mr. Chips': I thought I heard you saying it was a pity... pity I never had any children. But you're wrong. I have. Thousands of them. Thousands of them... and all boys.

Katherine: I'm sorry, I wasn't in any danger.

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The first film of Judith Furse.
The film was dedicated to the memory of Irving Thalberg.
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on October 26, 1941 with Greer Garson reprising her film role.
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