History Creator / HarrisonFord

30th Jun '17 9:08:27 PM Pren
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His first two roles in ''Film/AmericanGraffiti'' and ''Film/TheConversation'' seemed poised to launch a career playing sleazy villains. Then ''Star Wars'' came along.
30th Jun '17 9:06:18 PM Pren
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** He shot most of ''Film/TheFugitive'' with an injured knee, declining to get medical assistance as it would look like Kimble was injured in his escape and help Ford's performance.
30th Jun '17 9:02:18 PM Pren
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Once married to Melissa Matheson, screenwriter of ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial''. Ford is currently married to Calista Flockhart (''Series/AllyMcBeal'' and ''Series/BrothersAndSisters''). Has a ranch in Wyoming and is a licensed pilot, at least twice used his helicopter to rescue hikers in distress. In 2015 he was injured when he crashed a World War II vintage plane onto a golf course (an investigation by the NTSB later revealed that Ford was trying to make an emergency landing after his plane lost power). Jokes about piloting the Millennium Falcon or Air Force One were made. It has been noted by many individuals that while he is a friendly guy he is actually rather quiet and reserved in real life, contrasting the roguish and charismatic characters he plays.

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Once married to Melissa Matheson, screenwriter of ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial''. Ford is currently married to Calista Flockhart (''Series/AllyMcBeal'' (''Series/AllyMcBeal'', ''Series/BrothersAndSisters'', and ''Series/BrothersAndSisters'').''Series/{{Supergirl}}'', with the latter featuring her character annoyed that Ford keeps hitting on her despite being married...to someone). Has a ranch in Wyoming and is a licensed pilot, at least twice used his helicopter to rescue hikers in distress. In 2015 he was injured when he crashed a World War II vintage plane onto a golf course (an investigation by the NTSB later revealed that Ford was trying to make an emergency landing after his plane lost power). Jokes about piloting the Millennium Falcon or Air Force One were made. It has been noted by many individuals that while he is a friendly guy he is actually rather quiet and reserved in real life, contrasting the roguish and charismatic characters he plays.
24th Jun '17 11:59:08 PM mouschilight
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24th Jun '17 11:58:24 PM mouschilight
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** Not to mention that he has repeatedly shrugged off accidents and injuries that would normally end the career, much less life, of actors at his age. During the filming of Film/TheForceAwakens, he suffered a leg injury that would normally take 9 months to heal. Yet Ford managed to quickly recover and was giving promotional tours a mere month after the accident.

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** Not to mention that he has repeatedly shrugged off accidents and injuries that would normally end the career, much less life, of actors at his age. During the filming of Film/TheForceAwakens, ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', he suffered a leg injury that would normally take 9 months to heal. Yet Ford managed to quickly recover and was giving promotional tours a mere month after the accident.
23rd Jun '17 7:59:34 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** Not to mention that he has repeatedly shrugged off accidents and injuries that would normally end the career, much less life, of actors at his age. During the filming of Film/TheForceAwakens, he suffered a leg injury that would normally take 9 months to heal. Yet Ford manages to quickly recovered and was giving promotional tours a mere month after the accident.

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** Not to mention that he has repeatedly shrugged off accidents and injuries that would normally end the career, much less life, of actors at his age. During the filming of Film/TheForceAwakens, he suffered a leg injury that would normally take 9 months to heal. Yet Ford manages managed to quickly recovered recover and was giving promotional tours a mere month after the accident.
19th Feb '17 3:08:28 PM Kalmbach
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* CharacterTic: He has two throughout his career. First, he often give a half-smile. Second, and more notably, he'll [[GivingSomeoneThePointerFinger point at people if he's angry enough]].

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** He also did most of his own stunts in ''Crystal Skull''.
* CharacterTic: He has two throughout his career. First, he often give gives a half-smile. Second, and more notably, he'll [[GivingSomeoneThePointerFinger point at people if he's angry enough]].
7th Feb '17 7:32:25 PM erforce
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Following ''A New Hope'', Ford was kept pretty busy with smaller films, as soon was cast as AdventureArchaeologist Franchise/IndianaJones in the Lucas-produced and Spielberg-directed ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'' (after original choice Creator/TomSelleck was unable to get released from his ''Series/MagnumPI'' contract.) It became the biggest box office hit of 1981 and cemented him as an A-List star. With Indy, it made him one of the few actors who are recognizable for ''two'' incredibly iconic movie characters (alongside Creator/SylvesterStallone for Film/{{Rocky}} and Franchise/{{Rambo}}, and Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger for Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian and [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} The Terminator]]). He followed up with three more ''Franchise/StarWars'' films and three more ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' films. In 1982 he starred in Creator/RidleyScott's "future noir", ''Film/BladeRunner'', which initially lost money and received mixed reviews but has since become one of the critical darlings of the 1980's and has achieved a cult following.

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Following ''A New Hope'', Ford was kept pretty busy with smaller films, as soon was cast as AdventureArchaeologist Franchise/IndianaJones in the Lucas-produced and Spielberg-directed ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'' (after original choice Creator/TomSelleck was unable to get released from his ''Series/MagnumPI'' contract.) It became the biggest box office hit of 1981 and cemented him as an A-List star. With Indy, it made him one of the few actors who are recognizable for ''two'' incredibly iconic movie characters (alongside Creator/SylvesterStallone for Film/{{Rocky}} Franchise/{{Rocky}} and Franchise/{{Rambo}}, and Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger for Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian and [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} The Terminator]]). He followed up with three more ''Franchise/StarWars'' films and three more ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' films. In 1982 he starred in Creator/RidleyScott's "future noir", ''Film/BladeRunner'', which initially lost money and received mixed reviews but has since become one of the critical darlings of the 1980's and has achieved a cult following.
20th Dec '16 9:03:14 AM Saveelich
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* ''Film/RegardingHenry'' (1990)

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* ''Film/RegardingHenry'' ''Regarding Henry'' (1990)
19th Dec '16 8:56:48 PM jormis29
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** ''Film/BladeRunner2049'' (2017)
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