The scene where George has to keep redoing a scene because he keeps getting lost in Peppy's eyes.
When Peppy goes to visit George in the hospital, she looks at the one film reel that he saved during the fire, which was the outtake of him dancing with her.
George's dog rushing to save his life during the fire.
And frantically barking to discourage George from blowing his head off.
One of the crew members said that while Uggie did indeed pull on George's pant leg during that scene... He also went and tried to pull the gun out of his hand!
Uggie wearing a gold and diamond-studded tag on his collar? Cute, if a bit excessive. The announcement that it would be auctioned off, with the proceeds going to help less fortunate animals? D'awwww...
Jean DuJardin going straight for Uggie and swooping him up in his arms during their acceptance for the Oscar for Best Picture.
The finale when Peppy is able to show George that there is a place for him in sound films.
When Clifton refuses to believe he's being fired, he argues: "But I don't want another job." That, and his overall devotion towards George is very touching.
The scene where it's revealed that the person who bought all of George's stuff was Peppy. George is a little freaked out when he discovers this though.
Well, the revelation that an old friend, small time actor turned big movie star, not only succeeded where you failed but also now owns your house, your old furniture, and has your old servants working for hercould be considered a little unsettling.
After the tragedy that was the fire at George's house, we get a rather sweet moment. Once George has been brought to safety, one civilian exclaims "Hey! That's George Valentin!" This is the first sign that George still has a place in the movie industry and shows that his audience hasn't forgotten him.