Mr. Chipping (Robert Donat), an elderly classics teacher looks back over his lengthy teaching tenure as his in his twilight years as he is readying for retirement. He remembers interactions with various pupils and colleagues – especially the challenges they presented him, which were just as tough as those he presented them. Most of all, he fondly remembers his wonderful married life with the vivacious and beautiful Katharine (Garson).
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This film, considered a classic, was nominated for seven Oscars and a Palme D'Or. Donat won the best actor statuette for his role as Chips.
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