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Tear Jerker: The Fugitive
Kimble's thoroughly haunting dream about his late wife, which starts off all dreamy and romantic, then abruptly segues into his desperate, futile attempts to revive her, then holding her in his arms as she died.
Helen Kimble's 911 call—her voice weak and shaky, her pleas for her husband to help her. A literal example of this trope, as Kimble is seen crying as it's played in court—where it's being used as evidence against him.