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Harrison Ford's many film roles

He's played more iconic roles than many actors his age, from Indiana Jones to Han Solo, Rick Deckard to Jack Ryan, Richard Kimble to the president. Take a look at the rich, and still growing richer, film career of Harrison Ford.

'Star Wars'

Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher in
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Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher in the original "Star Wars" (1977).

'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

We first meet Indiana Jones in Steven Spielberg's
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We first meet Indiana Jones in Steven Spielberg's 1981 "Raiders of the Lost Ark."

'Blade Runner'

Ridley Scott's dystopian film noir
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Ridley Scott's dystopian film noir "Blade Runner" (1982) stars Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard.

'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'

Archeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) and nightclub singer
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Archeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) and nightclub singer Willie Scott (Kate Capshaw) are tossed together by fate at Shanghai's Club Obi Wan in "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" (1984).

'Working Girl'

Mike Nichols' 1988 film
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Mike Nichols' 1988 film "Working Girl" finds crafty secretary Tess (Melanie Griffith) keeping up with boss Katharine (Sigourney Weaver) and boyfriend Jack (Harrison Ford).

'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'

Sean Connery joins Harrison Ford in a race
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Sean Connery joins Harrison Ford in a race against Nazis for the Holy Grail in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" (1989).

'Patriot Games'

Harrison Ford portrays a former CIA agent, Jack
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Harrison Ford portrays a former CIA agent, Jack Ryan, whose family becomes the target of revenge in 1992's "Patriot Games," an action-thriller adapted from Tom Clancy's best-selling novel. The film co-stars Anne Archer, right.

'The Fugitive'

Harrison Ford brought the popular TV character Dr.
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Harrison Ford brought the popular TV character Dr. Richard Kimble to the big screen in 1993's "The Fugitive."

'Sabrina'

Sydney Pollack directed Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee
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Sydney Pollack directed Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee in the 1995 remake of "Sabrina," a 1954 Audrey Hepburn film.

'Air Force One'

Harrison Ford is a president in peril, opposite
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Harrison Ford is a president in peril, opposite Gary Oldman as a Russian terrorist, in 1997's "Air Force One."

'The Devil's Own'

Rory Devaney (Brad Pitt) isn't who he first
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Rory Devaney (Brad Pitt) isn't who he first presents himself as in 1997's "The Devil's Own," with Harrison Ford as police officer Tom O'Meara.

'What Lies Beneath'

The Robert Zemeckis-directed thriller finds Claire (Michelle Pfeiffer),
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The Robert Zemeckis-directed thriller finds Claire (Michelle Pfeiffer), who's married to Norman (Harrison Ford), afraid that their home is haunted.

'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull'

Harrison Ford reprises his Indy role in
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Harrison Ford reprises his Indy role in "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" (2008) with Cate Blanchett as Irina Spalko.

'Crossing Over'

In
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In "Crossing Over" (2009), Max Brogan (Harrison Ford) cares for the son of Mireya Sanchez (Alice Braga) after she is deported.

'Morning Glory'

Diane Keaton stars opposite Harrison Ford in
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Diane Keaton stars opposite Harrison Ford in "Morning Glory" (2010).

'Cowboys & Aliens'

Harrison Ford, left, and Daniel Craig tackle a
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Harrison Ford, left, and Daniel Craig tackle a Wild West infiltrated be extraterrestrials in "Cowboys & Aliens" (2011).

'42'

In the Jackie Robison biopic
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In the Jackie Robison biopic "42" (2013), Harrison Ford plays Branch Rickey opposite Chadwick Boseman as Robinson.

'Ender's Game'

The game is always changing in
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The game is always changing in "Ender's Game" (2013), but young Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield) more or less manages to keep up with the slippery Col. Graff (Harrison Ford).

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