Harrison Ford - 100 Years of Movie Posters - 80

Harrison Ford was born in 1942 in Chicago, Illinois. He gained worldwide fame for his starring roles as Han Solo in the original Star Wars epic space opera trilogy and the title character of the Indiana Jones film series.

Ford is also known for his roles as Rick Deckard in the 1982 neo-noir dystopian science fiction film Blade Runner. He received an Oscar nomination for Best Actor for Witness (1985).

Harrison Ford has appeared in over 50 films, this hub showcases poster art from 38 of those films.

Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) art by Richard Amsel
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) art by Richard Amsel

A Chronology of Harrison Ford Movie Posters 1973-2011

Harrison Ford was born in Chicago, Illinois on the 13th July 1942.
He was Oscar Nominated for the film Witness (1985), and has also received four Golden Globe Nominations for Best Actor.

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American Graffiti (1973) art by Mort Drucker
American Graffiti (1973) art by Mort Drucker

American Graffiti (1973) Directed by George Lucas. 110mins.

Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, Charles Martin Smith, Cindy Williams, Candy Clark and Harrison Ford as Bob Falfa

At the time of release this was one of the most profitable films ever made. costing less than a million dollars it was the third biggest hit of the year.

Nominated for 5 Oscars - Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress (Candy Clark) and Best Film Editing.

Nominated for 4 Golden Globe Awards winning 2 - Best Film Comedy / Musical and Best Newcomer (Paul Le Mat)

Cost $775,000 - Box Office $140m

IMDB rating 7.5

Star Wars (1977) art by Tom Chantrell
Star Wars (1977) art by Tom Chantrell

Star Wars IV A New Hope (1977) Directed by George Lucas. 121mins (125mins)

Mark Hamill - Luke Skywalker
Harrison Ford - Han Solo
Carrie Fisher - Princess Leia Organa
Peter Cushing - Grand Moff Tarkin
Alec Guinness - Ben 'Obi-Wan' Kenobi
Anthony Daniels - C-3PO
Kenny Baker - R2-D2
Peter Mayhew - Chewbacca
David Prowse - Darth Vader
James Earl Jones - Darth Vader (voice)

Unexpectedly becoming the highest grossing film of all time in 1977, Star Wars success revitalised the movie industry and science fiction became the most lucrative genre of them all. Star Wars made household names of Hamill, Ford and Fisher. But only Ford went on to become one of Hollywood's biggest movie stars.

Lucas continued the saga with two sequels, three prequels and an animated series. He sold Star Wars and his company Lucasfilm to The Walt Disney Company in 2012 for 4 billion dollars.

Nominated for 11 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay, winning 7 including Best Music (John Williams), Best Production Design, Best Editing and Best Visual Effects..

Nominated for 4 Golden Globe Awards winning 1 - Best Music (John Williams).

Cost $11m - Box Office $775.3m

IMDB rating 8.8

Force 10 From Navarone (1978) Spanish poster
Force 10 From Navarone (1978) Spanish poster


Force 10 From Navarone (1978) Directed by Guy Hamilton. 118mins (126mins)

Robert Shaw - Major Keith Mallory
Harrison Ford - Lt. Col. Mike Barnsby
Edward Fox - Sgt. John Miller

Also starring Barbara Bach, Franco Nero, Carl Weathers and Richard Kiel.

Sequel to The Guns of Navarone and based on the novel by Alistair Maclean, first published in 1968.

Cost $10m - Box Office $7.1m (US)

IMDB rating 6.1

Apocalypse Now (1979) Japanese poster
Apocalypse Now (1979) Japanese poster

Apocalypse Now (1979) Directed by Francis Ford Coppola. 153mins (202mins)

Marlon Brando - Colonel Walter E. Kurtz
Martin Sheen - Captain Benjamin L. Willard
Robert Duvall - Lieutenant Colonel Bill Kilgore

Also starring Dennis Hopper, Frederic Forrest, Sam Bottoms, Laurence Fishburne, Albert Hall and Harrison Ford as Colonel Lucas.

Loosely based on Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness, first published in 1899.

The chaotic, much delayed filming of Apocalypse Now is well-documented, especially in the superb documentary "Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse" (1991).

Nominated for 8 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor (Robert Duvall), winning 2 - Best Cinematography and Best Sound.

Nominated for 4 Golden Globe Awards winning 3 - Best Director, Best Supporting Actor (Robert Duvall) and Best Music (Carmine Coppola).

Cost $31.5m - Box Office $83.4m (US)

IMDB rating 8.6

Hanover Street (1979) art by John Alvin
Hanover Street (1979) art by John Alvin


Hanover Street (1979) Directed by Peter Hyams. 109mins.

Harrison Ford - David Halloran
Lesley-Anne Down - Margaret Sellinger
Christopher Plummer - Paul Sellinger

Also starring Alec McCowen, Richard Masur and Patsy Kensit.

Kris Kristofferson was considered for the lead role.

Tagline -The fateful entanglements of two men in love with the same woman.

Box Office $3m (US)

IMDB rating 5.8

The Frisco Kid (1979)
The Frisco Kid (1979)


The Frisco Kid (1979) Directed by Robert Aldrich. 114mins.

Gene Wilder - Avram Belinski
Harrison Ford - Tommy Lillard

Also starring Ramon Bieri, Val Bisoglio, George DiCenzo, Penny Peyser and William Smith.

Gene Wilder originally wanted John Wayne as his co-star.

Tagline - The greatest cowboy who ever rode into the Wild West... from Poland.

Box Office $9.3m (US)

IMDB rating 6.1

The Empire Strikes Back (1980) art by Roger Kastel
The Empire Strikes Back (1980) art by Roger Kastel

Star Wars V The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Directed by Irvin Kershner. 124mins (127mins)

Mark Hamill - Luke Skywalker
Harrison Ford - Han Solo
Carrie Fisher - Princess Leia

Also starring Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian, Alec Guinness, Anthony Daniels, David Prowse, Peter Mayhew, Kenny Baker and Frank Oz as Yoda.

Regarded by Star Wars fans as the best of the six Star Wars films, though I've always preferred the original 1977 movie myself.

Nominated for 4 Oscars winning 2 - Best Sound and Best Visual Effects.

Golden Globe Nomination for Best Music (John Williams).

Cost $25m - Box Office $538.3m

IMDB rating 8.8

Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) art by Richard Amsel
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) art by Richard Amsel

Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) Directed by Steven Spielberg. 115mins.

Harrison Ford - Indiana Jones

Also starring Karen Allen, Paul Freeman, Ronald Lacey, John Rhys-Davies and Denholm Elliott.

The first and best of four action-packed adventure films starring Ford as Indiana Jones, a tribute to the cliff-hanging serials of the 30's and 40's.

Indiana Jones was originally named 'Indiana Smith' before Spielberg suggested Lucas change it to Jones.

Nominated for 9 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Music (John Williams), winning 5 including Best Art Direction and Best Visual Effects.

Golden Globe nomination for Best Director.

Cost $18m - Box Office $390m

IMDB rating 8.7

Blade Runner (1982) German poster
Blade Runner (1982) German poster

Blade Runner (1982) Directed by Ridley Scott. 117mins.

Harrison Ford - Rick Deckard
Rutger Hauer - Roy Batty
Sean Young - Rachael

Also starring Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh, Daryl Hannah, Joanna Cassidy, William Sanderson, Brion James and Joe Turkel as Dr. Eldon Tyrell.

Based on Philip K. Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", first published in 1968.

The movie was a big expensive flop in cinemas in 1982 but over the years it attained mega-cult status and is now regarded by critics and movie buffs as the Citizen Kane of SF movies.

Nominated for 2 Oscars - Best Art Direction and Best Visual Effects.

Golden Globe nomination for Best Music (Vangelis)

Cost $28m - Box Office $33.1m

IMDB rating 8.3

Return of the Jedi (1983) art by Kazuhiko Sano
Return of the Jedi (1983) art by Kazuhiko Sano

Star Wars VI Return of the Jedi (1983) Directed by Richard Marquand. 134mins

Mark Hamill - Luke Skywalker
Harrison Ford - Han Solo
Carrie Fisher - Princess Leia

Also starring Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, David Prowse, Peter Mayhew, Kenny Baker, Frank Oz, Alec Guinness and Ian McDiarmid as Emperor Palpatine.

Third and last of the original much loved trilogy, with the emphasis on muppets and teddy bears but the last half hour of eyepopping SF action has rarely been equalled and the film still contains the greatest space battle in sci-fi cinema.

Nominated for 5 Oscars winning 1 - Best Visual Effects.

Hugo Award Winner - Best Dramatic Presentation.

Cost $32.5m - Box Office $475.1m

IMDB rating 8.4

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) art by Bruce Wolfe
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) art by Bruce Wolfe

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) Directed by Steven Spielberg. 118mins.

Harrison Ford - Indiana Jones

Also starring Kate Capshaw, Ke Huy Quan, Amrish Puri, Roshan Seth and Philip Stone.

The series takes a darker, nastier tone with this 2nd entry which takes place before the events in the previous film. The outlandish action sequences are probably the best of the series.

Nominated for 2 Oscars winning 1 - Best Visual Effects.

Nominated for a Japanese Academy Award - Best Foreign Language Film.

Cost $28m - Box Office $333.1m

IMDB rating 7.6

Witness (1985)
Witness (1985)

Witness (1985) Directed by Peter Weir. 112mins.

Harrison Ford - John Book

Also starring Kelly McGillis, Josef Sommer, Lukas Haas, Jan Rubes, Alexander Godunov and Danny Glover.

Sylvester Stallone was considered for the lead role.

The movie debut of Viggo Mortensen.

Nominated for 8 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor (Harrison Ford), winning 2 - Best Screenplay and Best Film Editing.

Nominated for 6 Golden Globe Awards including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor (Harrison Ford).

Cost $12m - Box Office $68.7m

IMDB rating 7.5

The Mosquito Coast (1986) German poster
The Mosquito Coast (1986) German poster


The Mosquito Coast (1986) Directed by Peter Weir. 117mins.

Harrison Ford - Allie Fox

Also starring Helen Mirren, River Phoenix, Conrad Roberts, Andre Gregory and Martha Plimpton.

Based on the novel by Paul Theroux, first published in 1981.

Nominated for 2 Golden Globe Awards - Best Actor (Harrison Ford) and Best Music (Maurice Jarre).

Cost $25m - Box Office $14.3m (US)

IMDB rating 6.6

Frantic (1988) Japanese poster
Frantic (1988) Japanese poster

Frantic (1988) Directed by Roman Polanski. 120mins.

Harrison Ford - Dr. Richard Walker

Also starring John Mahoney, Betty Buckley, Emmanuelle Seigner, Gérard Klein and Dominique Pinon.

Harrison Ford didn't think there was anything "frantic" about the pace of Frantic and said the title should have been changed to "moderately disturbed". The director wasn't amused.

Tagline - They've taken his wife. Now he's taking action.

Cost $20m - Box Office $17.6m (US)

IMDB rating 6.8

Working's Girl (1988) German poster
Working's Girl (1988) German poster

Working Girl (1988) Directed by Mike Nichols. 113mins.

Harrison Ford - Jack Trainer
Melanie Griffith - Tess McGill
Sigourney Weaver - Katharine Parker

Also starring Alec Baldwin, Joan Cusack, Philip Bosco, Oliver Platt and Kevin Spacey.

Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director, winning 1 - Best Song - Carly Simon ("Let the River Run")

Nominated for 6 Golden Globe Awards winning 4 - Best Film Comedy / Musical, Best Actress (Melanie Griffith), Best Supporting Actress (Sigourney Weaver) and Best Song.

Cost $28.6m - Box Office $103m

IMDB rating 6.6

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) art by Drew Struzan
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) art by Drew Struzan

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) Directed by Steven Spielberg. 127mins.

Harrison Ford - Indiana Jones
Sean Connery - Professor Henry Jones

Also starring Denholm Elliott, Alison Doody, John Rhys-Davies, Julian Glover, Michael Byrne and River Phoenix as Young Indy.

It was a stroke of genius casting Sean Connery as Indy's father and the film was a major success, the biggest film of the year in worldwide grosses but in America it came second to Tim Burton's Batman.

Nominated for 3 Oscars winning 1 - Best Sound Effects Editing.

Golden Globe Nomination for Best Supporting Actor (Sean Connery).

Cost $48m - Box Office $474.1m

IMDB rating 8.3

Presumed Innocent (1990)
Presumed Innocent (1990)


Presumed Innocent (1990) Directed by Alan J. Pakula. 127mins

Harrison Ford - Rozat 'Rusty' Sabich

Also starring Brian Dennehy, Raul Julia, Bonnie Bedelia, Paul Winfield and Greta Scacchi.

Based on the novel by Scott Turow, published in 1987.

Tagline - Some people would kill for love.

Box Office $221.3m

IMDB rating 6.8

Regarding Henry (1991)
Regarding Henry (1991)



Regarding Henry (1991) Directed by Mike Nichols. 108mins.

Harrison Ford - Henry Turner

Also starring Annette Bening, Bill Nunn, Rebecca Miller, Bruce Altman, Elizabeth Wilson and Donald Moffat.

Tagline - His life was based on power, success, and ruthlessness. Until a bullet made him think again

Box Office $43m (US)

IMDB rating 6.5

Patriot Games (1992)
Patriot Games (1992)

Patriot Games (1992) Directed by Phillip Noyce. 117mins

Harrison Ford - Jack Ryan

Also starring Anne Archer, Sean Bean, Patrick Bergin, Thora Birch, James Fox, Samuel L. Jackson, James Earl Jones and Richard Harris.

Sequel to The Hunt for Red October (1990) and based on the novel of the same name by Tom Clancy, first published in 1987.

Ford replaced Alec Baldwin who played hero Jack Ryan first in Red October, 2 years earlier.

Tagline - Not for honor. Not for country. For his wife and child.

Cost $40m - Box Office $178m

IMDB rating 6.9

The Fugitive (1993)
The Fugitive (1993)

The Fugitive (1993) Directed by Andrew Davis. 130mins.

Harrison Ford - Dr. Richard Kimble
Tommy Lee Jones - U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard

Also starring Julianne Moore, Joe Pantoliano, Jeroen Krabbé and Andreas Katsulas.

Based on the hit TV series created by Roy Huggins, which run from 1963 to 1967 and 120 episodes.

Nominated for 7 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Music (James Newton Howard), winning I - Best Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones).

Nominated for 3 Golden Globe Awards including Best Director and Best Actor (Harrison Ford), winning I - Best Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones).

Tagline - A murdered wife. A one-armed man. An obsessed detective. The chase begins.

Cost $59m - Box Office $368.8m

IMDB rating 7.8

Clear and Present Danger (1994)
Clear and Present Danger (1994)

Clear and Present Danger (1994) Directed by Phillip Noyce. 141mins.

Harrison Ford - Jack Ryan

Also starring Willem Dafoe, Anne Archer, Joaquim de Almeida, Henry Czerny, Harris Yulin, Donald Moffat, Miguel Sandoval and Benjamin Bratt.

The third Jack Ryan movie and the second and last starring Harrison Ford, based on the novel by Tom Clancy published in 1989.

The Oval Office of the White House set was borrowed from the film Dave (1993).

Nominated for 2 Oscars - Best Sound and Best Sound Effects Editing.

Cost $65m - Box Office $215.8m

IMDB rating 6.8

Sabrina (1995)
Sabrina (1995)

Sabrina (1995) Directed by Sydney Pollack. 127mins.

Harrison Ford - Linus Larrabee
Julia Ormond - Sabrina Fairchild
Greg Kinnear - David Larrabee

Also starring Nancy Marchand, John Wood, Richard Crenna and Angie Dickinson.

Remake of the classic 1954 movie Sabrina, directed by Billy Wilder and starring Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn and William Holden.

Nominated for 2 Oscars - Best Music (John Williams) and Best Song.

Nominated for 3 Golden Globe Awards - Best Film Comedy / Musical, Best Actor (Harrison Ford) and Best Song.

Cost $50m - Box Office $53.4m

IMDB rating 6.0

The Devil's Own (1997)
The Devil's Own (1997)

The Devil's Own (1997) Directed by Alan J. Pakula. 107mins.

Harrison Ford - Tom O'Meara
Brad Pitt - Frankie McGuire

Also starring Margaret Colin, Rubén Blades, Treat Williams and George Hearn.

A problem plagued production, Brad Pitt wanted to leave the film but was threatened with a lawsuit, he said later, "it was the most irresponsible bit of filmmaking - if you can even call it that - that I've ever seen. I couldn't believe it". The script was re-written seven times, "The script that I had loved was gone," Pitt said.

Tagline - One man trapped by destiny, and another bound by duty.

Cost $70m - Box Office $140.8m

IMDB rating 5.9

Air Force One (1997)
Air Force One (1997)

Air Force One (1997) Directed by Wolfgang Peterson. 124mins.

Harrison Ford - President James Marshall

Also starring Gary Oldman, Glenn Close, Wendy Crewson, Xander Berkeley, William H. Macy, Dean Stockwell and Jurgen Prochnow.

Originally written for Kevin Costner to star but he was too busy filming The Postman.

Oscar Nominations for Best Film Editing and Best Sound.

Japanese Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Film.

Tagline - Harrison Ford is the President of the United States.

Cost $85m - Box Office $315.1m

IMDB rating 6.3

Six Days Seven Night (1998)
Six Days Seven Night (1998)

Six Days Seven Nights (1998) Directed by Ivan Reitman. 98mins.

Harrison Ford - Quinn Harris
Anne Heche - Robin Monroe

Also starring David Schwimmer, Jacqueline Obradors, Temuera Morrison and Cliff Curtis.

Cameron Diaz, Uma Thurman and Gwyneth Paltrow were considered for the female lead.

Filmed in Hawaii.

Tagline - After this week in paradise, they're going to need a vacation.

Cost $70m - Box Office $164.8m

IMDB rating 5.6

Random Hearts (1999)
Random Hearts (1999)


Random Hearts (1999) Directed by Sydney Pollack. 133mins.

Harrison Ford - Dutch Van Den Broeck
Kristin Scott Thomas - Kay Chandler

Also starring Charles S. Dutton, Bonnie Hunt, Dennis Haysbert, Sydney Pollack and Richard Jenkins.

Based on the novel by Warren Adler, published in 1984.

Tagline - In a perfect world... they never would have met.

Cost $64m - Box Office $74.6m

IMDB rating 4.9

What Lies Beneath (2000)
What Lies Beneath (2000)

What Lies Beneath (2000) Directed by Robert Zemeckis. 130mins.

Harrison Ford - Dr. Norman Spencer
Michelle Pfeiffer - Claire Spencer

Also starring Diana Scarwid, Amber Valletta, Miranda Otto, James Remar, Wendy Crewson and Joe Morton.

Supernatural thriller.

Ford and Pfeiffer were the director's first and only choices for the lead roles.

Tagline - He was the perfect husband until his one mistake followed them home.

Cost $100m - Box Office $291.4m

IMDB rating 6.5

K-19: The Widowmaker (2002) Japanese poster
K-19: The Widowmaker (2002) Japanese poster
K-19: The Widowmaker (2002)
K-19: The Widowmaker (2002)

K-19: The Widowmaker (2002) Directed by Kathryn Bigelow. 138mins.

Harrison Ford - Captain Alexei Vostrikov
Liam Neeson - Captain Mikhail "Misha" Polenin

Also starring Peter Sarsgaard, Joss Ackland, John Shrapnel and Donald Sumpter.

Based on real events - a nuclear accident on the Soviet submarine K-19 in July 1961. Several crew members were exposed to lethal doses of radiation and died within one to three weeks of the accident.

The jinxed submarine was nicknamed "Hiroshima" not "The Widowmaker" which was invented by the screenwriter, its inclusion in the film title was blamed as one of the reasons for the films failure at the box office.

Cost $100m - Box Office $65.7m

IMDB rating 6.5

Hollywood Homicide (2003)
Hollywood Homicide (2003)


Hollywood Homicide (2003) Directed by Ron Shelton. 116mins.

Harrison Ford - Sgt. Joe Gavilan
Josh Hartnett - Det. K.C. Calden

Also starring Lena Olin, Bruce Greenwood, Isaiah Washington, Lolita Davidovich and Keith David.

John Travolta and Joseph Gordon-Levitt were considered for the two leads.

Originally intended as a serious film before turning into a comedy.

Cost $75m - Box Office $51.1m

IMDB rating 5.2

Firewall (2006)
Firewall (2006)


Firewall (2006) Directed by Richard Loncraine. 105mins.

Harrison Ford - Jack Stanfield

Also starring Paul Bettany, Virginia Madsen, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Robert Forster and Robert Patrick.

World Stunt Award Nomination for Best Fight.

Tagline - Everything He loves Is About To Be Used Against Him.

Cost $50m - Box Office $82.7m

IMDB rating 5.7

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) art by Drew Struzan
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) art by Drew Struzan

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) Directed by Steven Spielberg. 122mins.

Harrison Ford - Indiana Jones

Also starring Cate Blanchett, Karen Allen, Shia LaBeouf, Ray Winstone, John Hurt and Jim Broadbent.

The fourth Indiana Jones film was critically mauled and fans of the series turned their noses up at it but it still managed to gross nearly $800m.

At the start of the movie Indy survives a nuclear blast by hiding in a refrigerator, giving birth to the phrase "nuke the fridge".

Ford wants to do one more, problem is he turned 70 in 2012 and he looked old and tired in this film, would audiences accept a 75 year old Indiana Jones swinging on vines and leaping onto trucks?

British Academy Award Nomination for Best Visual Effects.

Razzie Award winner for Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel.

Cost $185m - Box Office $786.6m

IMDB rating 6.3

Crossing Over (2009) German poster
Crossing Over (2009) German poster


Crossing Over (2009) Directed by Wayne Kramer. 113mins (140mins)

Harrison Ford - Max Brogan

Also starring Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd, Jim Sturgess, Cliff Curtis and Alice Braga.

Tagline - Every day thousands of people illegally cross our borders... only one thing stands in their way. America.

Box Office $3.5m

IMDB rating 6.7

Morning Glory (2010)
Morning Glory (2010)



Morning Glory (2010) Directed by Roger Michell. 107mins.

Rachel McAdams - Becky Fuller
Harrison Ford - Mike Pomeroy
Diane Keaton - Colleen Peck

Also starring Patrick Wilson, John Pankow and Jeff Goldblum.

Tagline - Breakfast TV Just Got Interesting

Cost $40m - Box Office $58.7m

IMDB rating 6.5

Cowboys & Aliens (2011)
Cowboys & Aliens (2011)

Cowboys & Aliens (2011) Directed by Jon Favreau. 119mins (135mins)

Daniel Craig - Jake Lonergan
Harrison Ford - Woodrow Dolarhyde
Olivia Wilde - Ella Swenson

Also starring Sam Rockwell, Paul Dano, Clancy Brown and Keith Carradine.

Based on the graphic novel of the same name created by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg and published in 2006.

Produced by Steven Spielberg and Ron Howard, this expensive hybrid of sci-fi and western failed to turn a profit with some blaming the marketing and the trailers, the silly title may have been offputting too.

Saturn Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actor (Harrison Ford).

World Stunt Award Nomination - Best Speciality Stunt.

Cost $163m - Box Office $174.8m

IMDB rating 6.1

Paranoia (2013) poster
Paranoia (2013) poster

Paranoia (2013) Directed by Robert Luketic. 106mins.

Liam Hemsworth - Adam Cassidy
Gary Oldman - Nicolas Wyatt
Amber Heard - Emma Jennings
Harrison Ford - Jock Goddard
Lucas Till - Kevin
Embeth Davidtz - Dr. Judith Bolton
Julian McMahon - Miles Meechum
Josh Holloway - Agent Gamble
Richard Dreyfuss - Frank Cassidy

IMDB rating 4.8

Ender's Game (2013) poster
Ender's Game (2013) poster

Ender's Game (2013) Directed by Gavin Hood. 114mins.

Asa Butterfield - Ender Wiggin
Harrison Ford - Colonel Graff
Hailee Steinfeld - Petra Arkanian
Abigail Breslin - Valentine Wiggin
Ben Kingsley - Mazer Rackham
Viola Davis - Major Gwen Anderson

IMDB rating 6.9

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UnnamedHarald 3 years ago from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

I've enjoyed most of Ford's movies-- some much more than others. My favorite is Blade Runner, then Star Wars (1976) and Raiders of the Lost Ark. I think I was most disappointed by the Temple of Doom, starting with-- was his name Rerun? (I just have a hangup with little kids in adult roles), then the raft out the plane and down the mountain, all the while with Kate screaming in my ear. I think I took the movie too seriously from the beginning. Another great list, Steve. Voted up and interesting.


Cogerson 3 years ago

Harrison Ford is one of my all-time favorites. He is one of the reasons that I like movies so much...as Raiders of the Lost Ark was a movie that blew me away when I was a 14 year old kid.....I was fascinated that Indy Jones was the same guy that was Han Solo.

For awhile it seemed that every movie he appeared was a Best Picture Oscar Nominated movie....American Graffitt, The Conversation, Apocalypse Now, Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Witness.....not a bad run of movies.

I can not believe that is 70 now.....I think it is time to give the man an honorary Oscar....but I guess they are waiting until he is 80 and will have a hard time walking across the stage to get this Oscar.....you know they gave Cary Grant his honorary Oscar when he was 65.

As usual you have to put together a fantastic group of posters...I enjoyed seeing the posters and checking out your stats.

I do not see any movies that are not in the hub.....lol.

Voted up and across the board.


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Mhatter99 3 years ago from San Francisco

Thank you for this.


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Geekdom 3 years ago

HUGE HARRISON FORD FAN! I have seen every movie he has been in with the exception of Dead Heat on a Merry Go Round. I even wrote an article on my top 10 favorite characters he has played. I am really looking forward to seeing him in Ender's Game as Colonel Hyrum Graff


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

David, Bruce, Mhatter99, Geekdom, thanks for commenting on my Harrison Ford poster hub, much appreciated amigos.

David, I know what you mean about Kates screaming in Temple of Doom, but otherwise I remember enjoying the film a lot more than you did. I rushed out to buy the soundtrack album the next day.

Bruce, I was careful to include The Frisco Kid in the line up just in case it was a big favourite of yours, haha! I must have seen that film, can't remember it. Yes it's hard to believe but Harrison Ford is a septuagenarian now, and he still wants to play Indiana Jones! Thanks for the kind words and votes.

Mhatter99, thanks as always for checking out my hubs.

Geekdom, I have not seen Dead Heat on a Merry Go Round but I am looking forward to Ender's Game later this year, read the book a couple of decades ago.

Thanks all for posting!


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Greensleeves Hubs 3 years ago from Essex, UK

Harrison Ford has certainly shown a talent for picking great movies to star in hasn't he Steve. Or perhaps he has helped make them great? Certainly he appears in more of my favourite films than any other actor. My favourites (both films and posters) have to be the Indiana Jones and Star Wars series. Other favourite films (though the posters are less special for me) include Witness, The Fugitive and Regarding Henry.

Nice to see this record of posters all grouped together on one page Steve, with the details of the films to accompany them. Voted up. Alun.


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Hello Alun, thanks for commenting, much appreciated. Glad you liked my poster format, it seems to work and they get plenty of views. I may carry on indefinitely. :)

Harrison Ford has been very successful, he has starred in 7 of the biggest grossing films of all time and nominated for an Oscar too. The closest he got to a Razzie nom was the 4th Indiana Jones movie.

My favourite film of his is the first Star Wars movie followed by Raiders of the Lost Ark.

The highest rated films on the page are Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, lowest rated is Random Hearts.

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