History YMMV / GoodbyeMrChips

8th Feb '18 4:34:59 AM Homemaderat
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* {{Anvilicious}}: Peter Colley's wife opines, "Surely we shall never again take our happiness for granted," just before the film reveals that Peter has been killed in UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. Then again, considering that the film was made in 1939 with [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII a new war]] threatening, this may well be one of those anvils that need to be dropped,hard.

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* {{Anvilicious}}: Peter Colley's wife opines, "Surely we shall never again take our happiness for granted," just before the film reveals that Peter has been killed in UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. Then again, considering that the film was made in 1939 with [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII a new war]] threatening, this may well be one of those anvils that need to be dropped,hard.!! Book Examples:


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* {{Tearjerker}}: Two episodes stand out among them the day that Chips learns Kathie and their child have both died in childbirth. It happens to fall on April Fool's Day, as such he is put through a prank (which he later appreciated) while lost in a mental fog over the event.
** Lastly of course the ending of his life, how surrounded by several friends and former pupils he passes away after once more doing what he had loved. Goodbye Mr. Chips.

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* {{Anvilicious}}: Peter Colley's wife opines, "Surely we shall never again take our happiness for granted," just before the film reveals that Peter has been killed in UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. Then again, considering that the film was made in 1939 with [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII a new war]] threatening, this may well be one of those anvils that need to be dropped,hard.
10th May '14 1:05:21 PM LongLiveHumour
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* {{Anvilicious}}: Peter Colley's wife opines, "Surely we shall never again take our happiness for granted," just before the film reveals that Peter has been killed in WorldWarI. Then again, considering that the film was made in 1939 with [[WorldWarII a new war]] threatening, this may well be one of those anvils that need to be dropped,hard.

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* {{Anvilicious}}: Peter Colley's wife opines, "Surely we shall never again take our happiness for granted," just before the film reveals that Peter has been killed in WorldWarI. UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. Then again, considering that the film was made in 1939 with [[WorldWarII [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII a new war]] threatening, this may well be one of those anvils that need to be dropped,hard.
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