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"Clear and Present Danger".

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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - 2008

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With Karen Allen in
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Harrison in "Star Wars".

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As Indy!
Many say they fell in love with him when he starred as "Indie". However, Ford made a name for himself long before, starring in the phenomenal George Lucas Blockbuster trilogy, "Star Wars". His sarcastic attitude, along with a hint of "I don't give a darn" persona, Ford was a shoe-in for acceptance by the male population. The women loved him because of his cockiness, self-reassurance, and good looks. Stardom was inevitable, but he proved that he was more than deserving of the success time and again with one great blockbuster after another.

The 1970s found him in a few films, here and there, like 74's "The Conversation", and 1979's "Apocalypse Now". But, his real success, after the two trilogies, came with 1982's "Blade Runner", 1985's "Witness", and 86's "The Mosquito Coast".

A few years of absence from the film industry was enough for Ford, before he was ready to get back in the swing of things. So in 1990, he came through as an adulterous lawyer in "Presumed Innocent". In '91, he played a brain-dead yuppie, in "Regarding Henry", and in 1993, kept us on the edge of our seats with "The Fugitive". Once a carpenter, he seems to have retained the importance and practice of being humble, only now he has added the grave charisma of a Fonda or a Cooper to boot.



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Ford with Sean Connery.

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