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Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969)

Cast
Peter O'Toole, Petula Clark, Michael Redgrave, Alison Leggatt, Siân Phillips, Michael Bryant, George Baker, Jenny Runacre, Michael Audreson, Leo Britt
Released
1969
Sigmund Freud
Spoiler alert
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Latin Master Chipping tells German Master Max, referring to Master Baxter, “He plainly thinks I’m a bloody sadist.” (0:10)

Her friend Bill tells singer Kate, referring to Chipping, “What an idiotic bore.” (0:29)

Chipping tells Max, “Absolutely blind drunk my dear fellow.” (0:53)

Actress Ursula tells Chipping, “You must be mad.” (0:57)

Kate tells Chipping, “You don’t know anyone, but they’re all mad to meet you.” (0:58)

Chipping tells his friend Johnny, “My dear old fellow you really mustn’t leap to insane conclusions.”
Johnny: ”Anyway, it’s not insane.” (1:03)

Chipping tells Max, “Of course I’ve been wise you old idiot.” (1:09)

Kate tells Chipping, “I’m so nervous you may have to carry me.” (1:11)

Ursula tells Kate and Chipping, “He’s very Freudian, our Freddie.” (1:28)

Chipping asks Kate, “Nervous?” (1:31)

Baxter: “Lord Sutterwick, this must be a nervous moment for you.” (1:33)

Chipping asks Kate, “Have you gone out of your mind?” (1:46)

Headmaster Chipping learns that Kate was killed by a bomb. (2:14)

Chipping tells the assembled boys, “... and you’ll say, ‘Poor old boy, his memory’s gone.’” (2:23)

Goodbye, Mr. Chips

Reference in Getting Straight