Goodbye, Mr. Chips

Goodbye, Mr. Chips

Director: Stuart Orme Cast: Martin Clunes, Victoria Hamilton, Conleth Hill

DVD (Letterbox)

Overview

Part of the ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre series, Goodbye, Mr. Chips comes to DVD from WGBH Boston. The two-hour television drama is presented with a widescreen transfer and Dolby Digital soundtrack. Closed captions are accessible. Includes filmographies for cast members Martin Clunes, Victoria Hamilton, and Conleth Hill. Also contains a cast list, DVD-ROM materials, and biography for Russell Baker (host of Masterpiece Theatre). Other special features include a teacher's guide and optional audio description feature. This is a fine DVD for home video or educational use.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/06/2004
UPC: 0783421369696
Original Release: 2002
Rating: NR
Source: Wgbh
Presentation: [Letterbox]
Sound: [Dolby Digital]
Time: 2:00:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Russell Baker biography; Downloadable teacher's guide pages; Cast filmographies; Cast list; Access to the ExxonMobile Masterpiece Theatre web site; Scene selection; Closed captions and video description

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [2:41]
2. A Second Chance [12:20]
3. Ten Years Later [6:42]
4. Not a New Housemaster [5:59]
5. A Look Around the World [9:27]
6. Katherine Forgets Herself [7:39]
7. Return to School [5:41]
8. New Methods [11:09]
9. Neither Is Saved [5:22]
10. The New Brookfield [9:02]
11. Hierarchies in Place [7:18]
12. Individuals Are Not Nations [11:47]
13. Celebrate History [5:34]
14. Credits [3:32]

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Goodbye, Mr. Chips 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Heidi_G More than 1 year ago
Martin Clunes admirably portrays Arthur Chipping, the Latin teacher at a private boys' school in England. Initially hired to teach the remainder of a term, the film follows him through the rest of his career, culminating with being given the job as headmaster of the school. Despite being somewhat of an odd duck and thus the brunt of snickers and jeers from the boys, Chipping stands up to the long-held tradition of hazing and has a fondness for boys who have been bullied. His marriage to the sweet Kathie is cut short by her death in childbirth. Later, he stands his ground when a new headmaster wants to make changes at the school, including taking on a military stance with training in arms for the young students. The forced resignation of a beloved teacher of German ancestry has Chipping taking on the headmaster in a verbal squirmish; despite being on the eve of WWI, Chipping refuses to consider that the teacher is a threat to the boys' education. I can't say enough about how much I enjoyed this movie. Martin Clunes shines. The artistry needed to change him from a young adult into a dying man in his 80s is to be commended as well.
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