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7 Times Harrison Ford Proved He Was More Than Han Solo And Indiana Jones

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We all know him as Han Solo and Indiana Jones, but in his decades-long career, he's turned in plenty of other iconic roles that are often just as awesome. In particular, these 7 are real standouts.

Blade Runner (1982) - Rick Deckard

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As an investigator tasked with hunting down rogue androids called Replicants, Ford brings his signature grit and charm to one of the best sci-fi movies of all time.

The Fugitive (1993) - Dr. Richard Kimble

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Based on a book and ultimately earning an Oscar nomination for Best Picture, the story of a man framed for the murder of his wife is made all the better thanks to Ford's awesome acting chops.

Air Force One (1997) - President James Marshall


Harrison Ford as the President? And he has to fight Russians? Led by Gary Oldman? Sign us up!

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Cowboys and Aliens (2011) - Woodrow Dolarhyde


Ford doesn't often play a villain, but he absolutely shines as professional outlaw Woodrow Dolarhyde, bringing a surprisingly grounded and intense performance for a movie called Cowboys and Aliens.

Presumed Innocent (1990) - Rozat "Rusty" Sabich

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What is it with this guy and being falsely accused of murder? In any case, Ford is great in this tense drama.

Witness (1985) - John Book


As an officer who has to defend a young Amish boy who witnessed a murder, Ford is just as intense as ever in this excellent thriller.

Clear and Present Danger (1994) - Jack Ryan


One of two movies where Ford plays Tom Clancy mainstay Jack Ryan, Clear and Present Danger has all the political intrigue and military jargon you could want from a Clancy-based film.

What's your favorite Harrison Ford role?