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Harrison Ford created two of the most iconic and enduring characters in movie history, Han Solo and Indiana Jones, but we don't tend to give him a lot of credit for it. They were created by two equally big names, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, and aren't so much feats of acting as charisma; the fact that the two characters are so similar allows us to think that Ford is basically just playing himself, one time with a spaceship and another time with a whip. And despite Ford's current reputation for sleepwalking and scowling through whatever comes his way, there was a time when he was a committed and incisive actor, enough to go through a script line by line and ask the kind of difficult questions even the screenwriter himself wouldn't ask. You can see it for yourself in this amazing find, a copy of the original Raiders of »

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