This movie starring Robin Williams, Ethan Hawke and Robert Sean Leonard was filmed at more than 2 locations. Among them St Andrew's School in Middletown, United States. All filming locations of Dead Poets Society from 1989 are listed below.
At an elite, old-fashioned boarding school in New England, a passionate English teacher inspires his students to rebel against convention and seize the potential of every day, courting the disdain of the stern headmaster.
United States of America
Robin Williams (John Keating), Ethan Hawke (Todd Anderson), Robert Sean Leonard (Neil Perry), Gale Hansen (Charlie Dalton), Josh Charles (Knox Overstreet), Dylan Kussman (Richard Cameron), Allelon Ruggiero (Steven Meeks) more..., James Waterston (Gerard Pitts), Norman Lloyd (Mr. Nolan), Kurtwood Smith (Mr. Perry), Carla Belver (Mrs. Perry), Leon Pownall (McAllister), George Martin (Dr. Hager), Alexandra Powers (Chris Noel), Melora Walters (Gloria), Joe Aufiery (Chemistry Teacher), Matt Carey (Hopkins), Richard Stites (Stick), James J. Christy (Spaz), Ashton W. Richards (Phys. Ed. Teacher), Colin Irving (Chet Danburry)
Tom Schulman (Author), John Seale (Director of Photography), Maurice Jarre (Original Music Composer), William M. Anderson (Editor), Steven Haft (Producer), Paul Junger Witt (Producer), Tony Thomas (Producer) more..., Howard Feuer (Casting), Wendy Stites (Production Design), Tom Schulman (Screenplay), Tom Seidman (Second Assistant Director), Walt Whitman (Poem),
Touchstone Pictures, Silver Screen Partners IV
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Neil’s dream comes true. He stars as Puck in a local production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
John Keating tells the boys about the Dead Poets Society.