Eric Maschwitz


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Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) - The Heart Of England Opening and framing as the headmaster (Frederick Leister) provides context and explains the absence of Chipping (Robert Donat, in his Academy Award-winning role), who appears anyway, in his dotage, opening MGM's Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1939, from the James Hilton novella.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) - Our Cricket Eleven At assembly at a minor English public school, 1870, headmaster Wetherby (Lyn Harding) discovers that his new master Chipping (Robert Donat) has detained his students, thereby ruining the cricket match, Colley (Terry Kilburne) leading the disgruntled, in Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1939.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) - You'll Have To Marry Me Setting up by far the best-remembered scene in the picture, infatuated English schoolmaster Chipping (Robert Donat) at a Vienna train station, seeing off Katherine (Greer Garson), whom he met while vacationing in the Alps, Paul Henreid his supportive friend, in MGM's Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1939.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) - I'm Not Usually Alone Vacationing stodgy English schoolmaster Chipping (Robert Donat), waiting for the mist to clear in the Austrian Alps, thinks he's heard a distress call, whereupon he meets fellow hiking tourist Katherine, Greer Garson's first scene in her first movie, in MGM's Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1939.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) - The New Master Beginning in 1933, 83-year old Chipping (Robert Donat) dozes off and drifts back to 1870, reporting for his first term at Brookfield school, a brief introduction of Terry Kilburne as the eldest in the Colley line, early in Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1939, from the James Hilton novella.

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