London, Aug 3 : Charles Chipping in 'Goodbye Mr Chips' has been named topped a new list of the 'Most Inspiring Teachers In Films'.
Robert Donat's Oscar-winning performance portrays a teacher who learns so much through teaching generations of boys. As the years pass, they become his family, reports Times Online.
Glenn Holland, played by Richard Dreyfuss, in Mr Holland's Opus came second while Mark Thackeray, played by Sidney Poitier, in 'To Sir with Love' stood third.
Remus Lupin, played by David Thewlis, in Harry Potter landed the fourth spot while Annie Sullivan, played by Anne Bancroft, in 'The Miracle Worker' came fifth.
The 15 Most Inspiring Teachers In Films:
1) Charles (Mr Chips) Chipping in 'Goodbye Mr Chips'
2) Glenn Holland (Richard Dreyfuss) in 'Mr Holland's Opus'
3) Mark Thackeray (Sidney Poitier) in 'To Sir with Love'
4) Remus Lupin (David Thewlis) in 'Harry Potter'
5) Annie Sullivan (Anne Bancroft) in 'The Miracle Worker'
6) Louanne Johnson (Michelle Pfeiffer) in 'Dangerous Minds'
7) Dewey Finn (Jack Black) in 'School of Rock'
8) John Keating (Robin Williams) in 'Dead Poet's Society'
9) Jaime Escalante (Edward James Olmos) in 'Stand and Deliver'
10) Richard Dadier (Glenn Ford) in the 'Blackboard Jungle'
11) Rosemary Cross (Olivia Williams) in 'Rushmore'
12) Yoda (Frank Oz) in the 'Star Wars' films
13) John Kimble (Arnold Schwarzenneger) in 'Kindergarten Kop'
14) Professor Lambeau (Stellan Skarsgard) in 'Good Will Hunting'
15) Paul Verrall (William Holden) in 'Born Yesterday'