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23rd Jul '16 11:27:22 AM nombretomado
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* ''BadassOfTheWeek'' is a website which is pretty much guaranteed to invoke this with many of its articles, particularly the ones discussing {{Badass Pacifist}}s.

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* ''BadassOfTheWeek'' ''Website/BadassOfTheWeek'' is a website which is pretty much guaranteed to invoke this with many of its articles, particularly the ones discussing {{Badass Pacifist}}s.
15th Jul '16 9:30:53 AM Pamina
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* Depending on the actor, Chris often works these up just before the BigNo at the ending of ''MissSaigon''.
** The stage directions specifically call for him to sob.

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* Depending on the actor, Chris often works these up just before the BigNo at the ending of ''MissSaigon''.
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The stage directions specifically of ''Theatre/MissSaigon'' call for him Chris to sob.sob when Kim dies in his arms, though whether he actually does it or just lets out a BigNo depends on the actor.
10th Jul '16 4:32:27 PM nombretomado
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* Happens a couple times in ''BrokenSaints'' -- Oran during Raimi's WorldOfCardboardSpeech; Kamimura when he finally [[spoiler:expels the fragment of Goku's soul and becomes free.]]

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* Happens a couple times in ''BrokenSaints'' ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'' -- Oran during Raimi's WorldOfCardboardSpeech; Kamimura when he finally [[spoiler:expels the fragment of Goku's soul and becomes free.]]
10th Jul '16 1:34:47 PM LaurelHS
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* The first verse of Terri Clark's "Everybody's Gotta Go Sometime" is about an 18-year-old girl leaving home and contains the line, "It's the first time she's seen her daddy cry."
1st Jul '16 7:35:37 PM Taxima
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* In ''ClassicalMythology'', Orpheus was able to make TheStoic Hades shed "iron tears" by playing his lyre to appeal the return of his lost beloved.
30th Jun '16 8:20:14 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/PoulAnderson's "A World Called Maanerek", Wanen breaks free from the ship, rescuing Sonna -- and accidentally bringing along Horlam -- and then destroys it. Then he collapses, weeping so violently that Sonna is frightened. Horlam explains that turning on his former comrades was betraying everything he had believed before.

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* In Creator/PoulAnderson's "A World Called Maanerek", "Literature/AWorldCalledMaanerek", Wanen breaks free from the ship, rescuing Sonna -- and accidentally bringing along Horlam -- and then destroys it. Then he collapses, weeping so violently that Sonna is frightened. Horlam explains that turning on his former comrades was betraying everything he had believed before.
30th Jun '16 11:57:39 AM ChaoticNovelist
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** The Ninth Doctor goes through a hell of a lot in his one season, from once again [[NotQuiteDead meeting the enemy he literally gave up everything to defeat]], to getting a [[HannibalLecture a verbal jab from a prisoner he's about to kill]], to seemingly watch Rose die ''twice'', and though his expressions of anguish are heart-wrenching, he doesn't break down crying. In all of his time onscreen, the Doctor cries [[SingleTear one single tear]]: for the loss of the Time Lords as seen in "The End of the World". [[TearJerker And it is very well deserved]]. Nine definitely came close at the end of "Dalek", just after he lowers the gun. He goes from raging about the Daleks to choking on his words in about five seconds, and it's very well done.

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** The Ninth Doctor goes through a hell of a lot in his one single season, from once again [[NotQuiteDead meeting the enemy he literally gave up everything to defeat]], to getting a [[HannibalLecture a verbal jab from a prisoner he's about to kill]], to seemingly watch Rose die ''twice'', and though his expressions of anguish are heart-wrenching, he doesn't break down crying. In all of his time onscreen, the Doctor cries [[SingleTear one single tear]]: for the loss of the Time Lords as seen in "The End of the World". [[TearJerker And it is very well deserved]]. Nine definitely came close at the end of "Dalek", just after he lowers the gun. He goes from raging about the Daleks to choking on his words in about five seconds, and it's very well done.
26th Jun '16 10:35:20 AM Geoduck
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* Another comedic example occurs in ''[[Film/WaynesWorld Wayne's World 2]]'', when Creator/CharltonHeston's [[OneSceneWonder one-scene cameo]] is so awesome it reduces Wayne to tears.
24th Jun '16 6:18:42 PM contrafanxxx
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** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'': Steve Rogers breaks down crying when [[spoiler: Peggy Carter dies]].
22nd Jun '16 5:34:12 AM aishwarya
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* In ''Theatre/TheBrowningVersion'' (1951),[[note]] the best known adaptation of Rattigan's play of the same name[[/note]] unpopular SternTeacher Andrew Crocker-Harris (Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave) is gifted a copy of ''Theatre/{{Agamemnon}}'' by one of his students, Taplow. Having had a terrible day, this little act of kindness moves Crocker-Harris so much that he sends Taplow away on the pretext of finding his medicine bottle and breaks down sobbing. He doesn't quite manage to get a hold of himself before Taplow returns, though, and apologises for "this little [[StiffUpperLip exhibition of weakness]]." The scene can be watched here [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi0FuIgVshU on Youtube]].

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* In ''Theatre/TheBrowningVersion'' (1951),[[note]] the best known adaptation of Rattigan's play of the same name[[/note]] unpopular retiring SternTeacher Andrew Crocker-Harris (Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave) is gifted receives a copy of ''Theatre/{{Agamemnon}}'' by gift from one of his students, Taplow. Having had students - a terrible day, copy of Robert Browning's translation of ''Theatre/{{Agamemnon}}''. Crocker-Harris, who has suffered a series of disappointments, is so moved by this little act of kindness moves Crocker-Harris so much that he sends Taplow the student away on the pretext of finding fetching his medicine bottle and breaks down sobbing. bursts into sobs. He doesn't quite manage to get a hold of himself hide his tears before Taplow the student returns, though, and apologises [[StiffUpperLip apologises]] for "this little [[StiffUpperLip exhibition of weakness]].weakness." The scene can be watched here [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi0FuIgVshU on Youtube]].
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