Overview

Academy Award-honoree Peter O'Toole stars in this musical classic about a prim English schoolmaster who learns to show his compassion through the help of an outgoing showgirl. O'Toole, who received his fourth Oscar-nomination for this performance, is joined by '60s pop star Petula Clark and fellow Oscar-nominee Michael Redgrave.

  1. Herbert Ross

    Director

  2. James Hilton

    Novel

  3. Terence Rattigan

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Peter O'Toole

    Peter O'Toole

    Arthur Chipping

  2. Petula Clark

    Petula Clark

    Katherine Bridges

  3. Michael Redgrave

    Michael Redgrave

    The Headmaster

  4. Alison Leggatt

    Alison Leggatt

    Headmaster's Wife

  5. George Baker

    George Baker

    Lord Sutterwick

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Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Goodbye, Mr. Chips

Facts

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 5, 1969
    G
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    All ages admitted. There is no content that would be objectionable to most parents. This is one of only two ratings dating back to 1968 that still exists today.

Original Language English

Runtime 2h 35m

Budget $9,000,000.00

Revenue -

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