Dead Poet's Society

Dead Poet's Society

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  • Opening Day Welton Academy 1959
  • The Four Pillars
  • Honor and Tradition
  • What are the four pillars boys?
  • Discipline and Excellence
  • Introducing Mr. Keating
  • Everybody, Please welcome Mr. Keating to our staff this year!
  • Hello all!
  • The students are gathered in the chapel of Welton Academy welcoming the 100th year of the school. Parents are there with the children with high expectations from them. 
  • Mr. Nolan Greeting Parents and Students
  • He won't disappoint us! Right, Neil?
  • We are expecting great things from you Mr. Perry
  • Students and parents are gathered and a few boys walk in carrying flags. Mr. Nolan asks certain boys what the four pillars were. The boys respond by saying "Honor, Tradition, Discipline, and Excellence
  • Introducing Mr. Todd Anderson
  • I wish I wasn't here and I could be like my brother!
  • Mr. Keating is an alumnus, but now he is a teacher at Welton Academy. He teaches English but is a very unorthodox teacher. Soon Mr. Nolan will find out about Mr. Keatings teaching methods.
  • End of day 1
  • You are going to love it here!
  • Mr. Nolan, after the ceremony, walks around greeting students and parents. He stops at Mr. Perry and Neil Perry to say hi and to set high expectations for Neil. You can already tell the Neil Perry didn't have a really supportive father by how Mr. Perrys says "He won't disappoint us! Right, Neil?" After that Mr. Nolan moves on.
  • I'll do my best sir!
  • In this scene, Todd's parents are too busy talking to other parents and wishes they could pay more attention to him. All of a sudden, Mr.Nolan Approaches Todd and says things like "You have big shoes to fill" and "Your brother was one of our best." Mr. Nolan was trying to make Todd jealous so Todd can try really hard at this school and do better than his brother.
  • Ah, Mr. Anderson
  • Here students say goodbye to their parents for the last time until they see them next time. Some parents are more strict than others and say things like "Don't be a baby." There are so parents who are more supportive and say things like "You're going to love it here." All of the Parents. thought want their kids to do well.
  • Don't be a baby!
  • Thanks, dad!
  • I don't want to be here
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