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Goodbye, Mr. Chips Cast and Credits

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Cast


Mr. Chipping

Martin Clunes
Kathie

Victoria Hamilton
Max Staefel

Conleth Hill
Wetherby

John Wood
Ralston



Patrick Malahide
Burnley

Christopher Fulford
Young Colley

James Casey
Young Rivers

Harry Lloyd
Henshaw

Tom Roberts
Alderdyce

Rory Copus
Hawthorne

James Malcolm
Rinehart

David Netherton
Young Sexton

Joe Sowerbutts
Hotelier

Hugh Sachs
Card playing ladies

Paula Jacobs
Irene Sutcliffe


Man with whiskers

Bryan Robson
Young Wallingford

Oliver Rokison
Young Rushton

Eddie Cooper
Dr. Merivale, Snr

Doyne Byrd
Alice Johnson

Florence Hoath
Colley Secondus

Nicolas Le Moignan
April Fools Boy

Peter Cant
Atkins

Dominic Le Moignan
Highcroft OTC Officer

Jack Merriott
Soldier Colley

Henry Cavill
Sir John Rivers

John Harding
Young Callender

George Clarke
Chairman Sexton

Robin Lermitte
Morgan

Tom Wansey
Lancaster

Tom Szekeres
Mrs. Sexton

Jaq Croft
Dr. Merivale

Richard Braine
Soldier Colley Snr

John Peaarson
Callender Snr

Andrew Collins
Rushton Snr

Graham Pountney


Production Credits



Executive ProducerJudy Counihan

ProducerMargaret Mitchell

DirectorStuart Orme

WritersBrian Finch
Frank Delaney

ScriptwriterHannah Weaver

Director of PhotographyMartin Fuhrer

EditorJamie McCoan

Music composed
and orchestrated by


Colin Towns
Production DesignerCaroline Amies

Costume DesignerLes Lansdown

Chief Make-Up Artist Anne Spiers

Casting DirectorGail Stevens and Maureen Duff

Location ManagerPeter Tullo

Stunt CoordinatorRod Woodruff

Special thanks to the Warden and Scholars of Winchester College
Film crews and actors involved in the making of this adaptation of the novel by James Hilton were at Winchester College in July of 2002 as part of the location filming.

Goodbye, Mr. Chips is an SMG Television Productions Limited production for ITV and Carlton International presented on PBS by WGBH Boston.

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Goodbye, Mr. Chips Web credits


Senior Producer
Louise Weber

Senior Designer
Tyler Howe

Designer
Sarah Lowe

Senior Developer
Molly Frey

Producer
Caitlin O'Neil

Production
Marisa Nopakun, research assistant

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