History Main / ManlyTears

6th Dec '17 3:42:14 PM totoofze47
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*** Also, when he finds out that [[spoiler:Ace died in Luffy's arms and]] while he is not openly weeping, you can see that the man is on the verge of tears.

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*** ** Also, when he finds out that [[spoiler:Ace died in Luffy's arms and]] while he is not openly weeping, you can see that the man is on the verge of tears.



*** Even ''Arlong'' cried when [[spoiler:Fisher Tiger died]], as with the rest of [[spoiler:Fisher's crew.]]

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*** ** Even ''Arlong'' cried when [[spoiler:Fisher Tiger died]], as with the rest of [[spoiler:Fisher's crew.]]


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** Still in the Dressrosa arc, [[spoiler:after Doflamingo is defeated, Kyros bursts into TearsOfJoy. He's also one of the rare cases where it overlaps with InelegantBlubbering, as considering all the crap he's fought through, and how he spent ten years being UnableToCry due to being a toy, he lets out all the manly tears he couldn't shed at once.]]
2nd Dec '17 6:12:42 PM nombretomado
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* The 1958 film version of ''The47Ronin'' has ManlyTears moments sprinkled liberally throughout its almost three-hour length. A lot of them fall into TearJerker category.

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* The 1958 film version of ''The47Ronin'' ''Film/The47Ronin'' has ManlyTears moments sprinkled liberally throughout its almost three-hour length. A lot of them fall into TearJerker category.
23rd Nov '17 4:45:11 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''FanFic/ThePiecesLieWhereTheyFell'': In the sequel ''Picking Up the Pieces'', Night breaks down and lets loose with these when his parents finally show him affection for the first time in years.
22nd Nov '17 6:29:12 PM Willbyr
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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'' is not the [[TheDandy manliest]] of men, but he doesn't cry [[spoiler:until Beckett gets shot in front of his eyes.]] It's a bit too messy to be a SingleTear, however: his face while the tears are dropping down his nose is [[TearJerker heartbreaking]].

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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'' is not the [[TheDandy manliest]] of men, but he doesn't cry [[spoiler:until Beckett gets shot in front of his eyes.]] eyes]]. It's a bit too messy to be a SingleTear, however: his face while the tears are dropping down his nose is [[TearJerker heartbreaking]].



* The ''LonesomeDove'' mini-series had its share of ManlyTears, but only once was it pointed out. [[ResignedToTheCall July Johnson]], a sherrif from Arkansas, had gone to find an outlaw. While he was away, his pregnant wife ran off to Nebraska to find a former lover of hers. July abandons his persuit to go find her and it costs him his home, his job, and the lives of his son, deputy, and a girl. Months pass, and he ends up staying staying the night at the ranch of a woman named Clara. She reveals that July's wife had stayed there about a week ago. While there, she gave birth and abandoned the baby to Clara. Upon hearing this news, July bows his head and covers his eyes. Clara ushers her daughters into another room.

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* The ''LonesomeDove'' ''Literature/LonesomeDove'' mini-series had its share of ManlyTears, but only once was it pointed out. [[ResignedToTheCall July Johnson]], a sherrif from Arkansas, had gone to find an outlaw. While he was away, his pregnant wife ran off to Nebraska to find a former lover of hers. July abandons his persuit pursuit to go find her and it costs him his home, his job, and the lives of his son, deputy, and a girl. Months pass, and he ends up staying staying the night at the ranch of a woman named Clara. She reveals that July's wife had stayed there about a week ago. While there, she gave birth and abandoned the baby to Clara. Upon hearing this news, July bows his head and covers his eyes. Clara ushers her daughters into another room.
22nd Nov '17 8:29:31 AM RoseAndHeather
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* After Roger Ailes, the founder of the Fox News Channel, passed away in 2017, news anchor Shepard "Shep" Smith gave a [[http://video.foxnews.com/v/5440014960001/?#sp=show-clips heartbreaker of an eulogy]] for the man he considered a second father. Smith openly admitted that whatever he was, and whatever his flaws may have been, he loved the man who had changed his life -- audibly and visibly crying as he did so, to the point of needing to pull out the Kleenex on-camera.
14th Nov '17 4:42:10 PM REV6Pilot
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* ''Rivers'' are shed in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. It doesn't make any of the crying characters seem weak in the least, it only gets across how despaerate and emotionally overwhelming their situation is.

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* ''Rivers'' are shed in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. It doesn't make any of the crying characters seem weak in the least, it only gets across [[TearJerker how despaerate desperate and emotionally overwhelming their situation is.is]].
12th Nov '17 7:30:50 PM REV6Pilot
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* ''Rivers'' are shed in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''.

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* ''Rivers'' are shed in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. It doesn't make any of the crying characters seem weak in the least, it only gets across how despaerate and emotionally overwhelming their situation is.
4th Nov '17 8:40:27 PM Gamermaster
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** His previous incarnation, Kenshiro Kasumi of ''Manga/FistOfTheBlueSky'', is also given to shedding these tteas.

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** His previous incarnation, Kenshiro Kasumi of ''Manga/FistOfTheBlueSky'', is also given to shedding these tteas.tears.
22nd Oct '17 6:37:03 PM nombretomado
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* A big TearJerker occurs in ''Film/SoylentGreen'', when Sol is [[spoiler:committing suicide]], bringing Thorn to tears. The real kicker about the scene? Sol's actor, Edward G. Robinson was dying of cancer. Only CharltonHeston knew. [[EnforcedMethodActing Those tears aren't good acting; they are]] '''real'''.

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* A big TearJerker occurs in ''Film/SoylentGreen'', when Sol is [[spoiler:committing suicide]], bringing Thorn to tears. The real kicker about the scene? Sol's actor, Edward G. Robinson was dying of cancer. Only CharltonHeston Creator/CharltonHeston knew. [[EnforcedMethodActing Those tears aren't good acting; they are]] '''real'''.
13th Oct '17 12:47:59 PM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series' backstory, Ysgramor was the [[LongDeadBadass ancient]] Atmoran hero who [[FounderOfTheKingdom conquered Skyrim from the Falmer]]. When his son died, Ysgramor shed some manly tears before going on an ''epic'' RoaringRampageOfRevenge.
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