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  • Indy looking at a photo of the late Henry, Sr., complete with the musical cue from the previous film.
  • Early on in the movie, Indy reveals that Marcus and his father both died, and with Mac betraying him, he's completely alone. This brought tears, only for a reprise of crying when Indy finds Marion and Mutt again.
  • The line by Indy's friend Charles (Jim Broadbent): We seem to have reached the age where life stops giving us things and starts taking them away.
    • Thankfully that later lead to a happy subversion (as well as a happy tear-jearker) when Indy found he had a son, and both he and Charles get their jobs back.
  • Not to mention the way John William's score is precisely aimed to work these moments to the hilt. I now can't hear the Grail theme without tearing up at the thought of Henry Jones Sr's death.
  • Mac's sacrifice.
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