Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)
turtle called Mr. Chips
character in movie refers to the movie classic which is based on a private school
Mentioned by Milton
Referenced by Roger Ebert in his review of "Dead Poets Society".
Mentioned as part of Greer Garson's filmography.
Greer Garson is promoted as the "unforgettable Mrs. Chips"
"Hello, Mr. Chips."
Mentioned by Bob as being one of his favourite films.
the episode title is a parody of the movie title
Movie title used in title
Hawkeye says, "Goodnight, Mr. Chip,"
Fast Freddie says, "Goodbye, Mr. Chips!"
in detectives' discussion of Coach's personal life
Robinson says their captor sounds like Robert Donat from the movie.
Film mentioned by Pheobe.
Tom says he'd be doing a Mr. Chips with a lot of infants.
Poster is shown.
Mentioned that replacement director Sam Wood had directed it
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Academy Award nominee for best actor read by Spencer Tracy
His wife mentions the film/play.
Nick Lombardi has a picture of Robert Donat as Mr. Chips and says he has seen the movie 11 times
Chico says "Hello, Mr. Chips !"
Chick says it ("goodbye, Mr. Chips") once to Buck. In the end, Buck says it "back" to Chick.
Mary says that as the caricature of Robert Donat walks by
Spoken by Nurse Parker
Contains a scene from the film.
Arthur Chipping is #41 on the "Heroes" list.
Robert Donat walking in college garb
Arthur says "Goodbye Mr Chips" to Doug after he gets fired from his substitute teaching job.
Groucho says to a monkey "Goodbye, Mr. Chimp"