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The 7 saddest moments from your childhood

“He can’t see without his glasses”. Weep.

‘Somewhere Out There’ from An American Tail

Fievel the mouse gets lost as his family emigrates from Russia to escape from an army of cruel cats. Hold me.


“MOTHER” from Bambi

One staffer was removed from a packed cinema at the age of four because of excessive wailing during this part of the film. Understandable.


” Say goodbye Charlie” from All Dogs go to Heaven

They do you know? Or else they go to a lovely farm


The start of Up from Up

This is going to make it into lists of ‘saddest things ever’ for hundreds of years, nay, thousands.


The death of Littlefoot’s mother from The Land Before Time

This is almost too much. Too much.

Greyfriar’s Bobby

The true story of a dog who spent 14 years guarding the grave of his master.


“He can’t see without his glasses” from My Girl

Poor Thomas J


25 years of Irish Film – through Film Ireland covers>

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Emer McLysaght

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