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Director:
Writers:
James Hilton (novel)
Frank Delaney (written by)
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Release Date:
19 October 2003 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
In the later years of the nineteenth century Latin master Mr. Chipping is the mainstay of Brookfields boys boarding school... See more » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Hello again, Mr Chips - welcome back. See more (12 total) »

Cast

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Martin Clunes ... Mr. Chipping

Victoria Hamilton ... Kathie

Conleth Hill ... Max Staefel

John Wood ... Wetherby

Patrick Malahide ... Ralston
David Horovitch ... Burnley

Christopher Fulford ... Metcalf
James Casey ... Young Colley

Harry Lloyd ... Young Rivers
Tom Roberts ... Henshaw
Rory Copus ... Alderdyce
James Byng ... Hawthorne (as James Malcolm)
David Netherton ... Rinehart
Joe Sowerbutts ... Young Sexton
Hugh Sachs ... Hotelier
Paula Jacobs ... 1st Card-Playing Lady
Irene Sutcliffe ... 2nd Card-Playing Lady
Bryan Robson ... Man With Whiskers
Eddie Cooper ... Young Rushton
Oliver Rokison ... Young Wallingford
Florence Hoath ... Alice Johnson
Doyne Byrd ... Dr. Merivale, Sr.
Peter Cant ... April Fool's Boy
Nicolas Le Moignan ... Colley Secundus (as Nicholas Le Moignan)
Jack Merriott ... Highcroft

Dominic Le Moignan ... Atkins
John Harding ... Sir John Rivers

Henry Cavill ... Soldier Colley
Robin Lermitte ... Chairman Sexton
George Clarke ... Young Callender
Thomas Szekeres ... Lancaster (as Tom Szekeres)
Thomas Wansey ... Morgan (as Tom Wansey)
Richard Braine ... Dr. Merivale
Jaq Croft ... Mrs. Sexton
Andrew T. Collins ... Callender, Sr. (as Andrew Collins)
John Pearson ... Soldier Colley, Sr.
Graham Pountney ... Mr. Rushton, Sr.
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adam Berry ... Beccles (uncredited)
Alex Dawson ... Young Rivers Secundus (uncredited)

William Moseley ... Forrester (uncredited)
Stefan Pejic ... Boy (uncredited)
Jack Staddon ... Boy (uncredited)

Directed by
Stuart Orme 
 
Writing credits
James Hilton (novel)

Frank Delaney (written by)

Brian Finch  uncredited

Produced by
Judy Counihan .... executive producer
Leila Kirkpatrick .... associate producer
Margaret Mitchell .... producer
Kumari Salgado .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Colin Towns 
 
Cinematography by
Martin Fuhrer 
 
Film Editing by
Jamie McCoan 
 
Casting by
Maureen Duff 
Gail Stevens 
 
Production Design by
Caroline Amies 
 
Art Direction by
Frank Walsh 
 
Costume Design by
Les Lansdown 
 
Makeup Department
Claire Buckett .... makeup trainee
Mark English .... hair stylist
Susan Howard .... special makeup effects artist
Chris Lyons .... special effects teeth
Daniel Parker .... prosthetics makeup artist
Anne Spiers .... makeup designer
Christine Whitney .... makeup artist
Jeanette Redmond .... hair stylist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Tom Stourton .... unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tamana Bleasdale .... second assistant director
Chloe Chesterton .... third assistant director
Ashley Jackman .... crowd assistant director
James Manning .... crowd third assistant director
Gareth Tandy .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Giles Asbury .... storyboard artist
Colin Burgess .... stand-by props
Alan Chesters .... construction manager
David Chisholm .... set dresser
Nadia Dand .... art department trainee
Frederic Evard .... stand-by art director
David Ned Kelly .... stand-by carpenter
Sean Kiely .... stand-by painter
Emily Lutyens .... art department assistant
Danny Madden .... stand-by rigger
Guy Parker .... stand-by props
Peter Rutherford .... production buyer
Samuel Rutherford .... dressing props
Micky Wheeler .... property master
 
Sound Department
Cy Jack .... chief dubbing mixer
Tony Jackson .... sound recordist
Lorraine Keiller .... adr & dialogue editor
Claire Laing .... dubbing editor (as Claire Heggie)
Donald MacLeod .... foley artist
Emma Meaden .... sound trainee
Angela Slaven .... dubbing editor
Scott Jones .... adr mixer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Alan Church .... visual effects producer
Simon Giles .... visual effects supervisor
Foad Shah .... digital artist
Trevor Young .... senior compositor
Mark Slade .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Simon Chapman .... stunt double
Rod Woodruff .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Louise Ben-Nathan .... clapper loader
Jim Crowther .... grip
Guy Hammond .... electrician
Andy Laenen .... electrician
Dave Le Bon .... electrician
Vince McGahon .... Steadicam operator
Keith McNamara .... focus puller
Mike Miller .... camera operator (as Michael Miller)
Phil Penfold .... best boy
Larry S. Prinz .... gaffer
 
Casting Department
Claire Saunders .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Samantha Cousins .... wardrobe trainee
Mel Currie .... wardrobe assistant
Natalie Richmond Elvy .... wardrobe supervisor
Steve O'Sullivan .... wardrobe assistant
Gerald Moulin .... costume assistant (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Joanna Garrard .... assistant editor (as Jo Garrard)
 
Music Department
Peter Fuchs .... score recording engineer
 
Transportation Department
Lee Wilson .... driver: props van
 
Other crew
Ben Bee .... runner
Daniel Bevis .... floor runner
Winston Gallagher .... production assistant
Simon Giles .... title designer
Annie Gilhooly .... production coordinator
Ali Keshavji .... runner
William Longe .... location assistant
Phoebe Masters .... production secretary
Caroline O'Reilly .... script supervisor
Fanny Shorter .... location assistant
Sarah Shorter .... location assistant
Tom Stourton .... assistant location manager
Jesse Acton Thompson .... runner
Peter Tullo .... location manager
Ben Uttley .... stand-in
Clare Whitaker .... unit nurse
 

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99 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Mr. Chipping tells his pupils about the mathematical theorem Pons Asinorum ("The Bridge of Donkeys"). This refers to Euclid's theorem that the angles opposite the equal sides of an isosceles triangle are equal.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Mr. Chipping first kisses his wife-to-be, he is already wearing a wedding ring on his ring-finger.See more »
Quotes:
Max Staefel:Distance lends enchantment to the view.See more »
Movie Connections:
Version of "Adeus, Mr.Chips" (1959)See more »

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8 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Hello again, Mr Chips - welcome back., 14 July 2003
Author: redcustard from London

This is a modern adaptation of a much-loved and revered story - it will understandably be compared by some to the classic 1939 film and found wanting on the basis of sentimentality and familiarity etc. However time has moved on and when I first saw this new production advertised I looked forward to seeing the story dramatised in a fresh new light, combined with the trepidation that the producers might really stuff up and ruin the whole thing as sometimes happens with classic tales (we all know that feeling, don't we?). Hooray, no disappointment here: Martin Clunes was a wonderful, believable Mr Chips; all other acting was superb; and this film was deeply moving and incredibly uplifting in age-old Mr Chips fashion. My only complaint is that it was all over too quickly but even so the difficulties of portraying an eventful lifetime in under two hours were handled well. If the epic tale of Mr Chipping is one you've revered since childhood, don't be afraid to watch this film: you won't be disappointed.

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