Tearjerker: Bride of Frankenstein
- The scene where the Monster meets the old blind hermit. The old man and the Monster weren't the only ones with tears in their eyes. It's also probably the second most effective use of Franz Schubert's ''Ave Maria'' in a film.
- The scene where the Bride reacts to the Monster's teary-eyed yet hopeful pleading, "Friend?" with a horrified scream is also heart-tearing. It's no surprise when the Monster promptly decides to kill himself. Also leads to a Crowning Moment of Heartwarming when the Monster sees Elizabeth has returned to her husband and refuses to abandon him, even when they're both about to die. The Monster forgives his maker and lets him and Elizabeth escape.