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Tear Jerker: Aladdin
Jafar has been beaten, the Genie has been freed, everything's okay, right?
Genie: Oh does that feel good! I'm getting out of here! I'm off to see the world! I—
Aladdin: Genie... I'm really gonna miss you.
Genie: [with tears in his eyes] Me too, Al. No matter what anybody says, you'll always be a prince to me.
After her escape plan has spectacularly failed, Jasmine weeps in her garden, believing that she's the one responsible for the execution of the boy who saved her life in the marketplace. Rajah comes over to comfort her, and she says, "I didn't even know his name!" Think for a moment about how this feels for her: making a deep connection with a stranger, then losing him in the same day and believing that it's all her fault.
In Aladdin and the King of Thieves Aladdin and Jasmine are finally married and share their first kiss as husband and wife, the crowd parts as they walk back up the aisle, and standing in the back is Aladdin's father.
"Even a wanted man can risk a bit to see his own son's wedding."
It's also chock full of heartbreaking Heroic Self-Deprecation, that really sounds like it's coming from someone with low self-esteem.
So say I'm slow for my age, a late bloomer,
Okay, I agree!
That I've been one rotten kid.
You'll see, mom, now comes the better part!
Someone's gonna make good, cross his stupid heart!
I'll do my best, what else can I do?
Since I wasn't born perfect, like dad or you...
There's a bit in the third movie when we see a bit of Aladdin's past as an orphan, watching a happy family together that makes me depressed just thinking about it...
After Jafar's lamp is destroyed and Jafar is defeated in The Return of Jafar, Aladdin and his friends become sad thinking Iago is dead.
When Aladdin asks Genie what he would wish for, if the had he chance.
Aladdin: "What would you wish for?" Genie: "Me? ...No-one's ever asked me that before. Well, in my case- Aw, forget it." Aladdin: "What?" Genie: "No, I can't, I-" Aladdin: "C'mon! Tell me!" Genie: "...Freedom."
The Saturday following Williams' death, Disney aired the film commercial free on all of its networks as a tribute. The broadcast ended with artwork above being shown before the end credits, with the caption "In memory of Robin Williams, who made us laugh."