Harrison Ford The actor

The first film was released in 1977, simply with the title Star Wars but was later given an additional title of Episode IV: A New Hope.

arrison Ford as Han Solo, with his wookie co-pilot Chewbacca, in the 1977 Star Wars film, Episode IV: A New Hope

Harrison Ford chats with George Lucas during and between setups

Harrison Ford interview of him looking over his career and what he's done so far.

In all of the pictures above are behind the scenes from the movies-Star Wars The Empire strikes back, A New hope
1960-1964: Ford headed to Ripon College, Wisconsin, where he studied English and philosophy and took his first acting class.

1960-1964:He dropped out just before graduation, and when, in 1985, the college offered him an honorary degree, he declined it.

1967: A Time for Killing won Ford his first movie credit.

1967:He used the name Harrison J Ford (the J standing for nothing, as Ford doesn't have a middle name) to avoid confusion with a silent film actor of the same name.

1977: it was Lucas who again served as Ford's Hollywood advocate, giving him the role of Han Solo.

1977:Lucas had actually wavered on the casting, for a while ruling out Ford in favour of Christopher Walken. It's said that he changed his mind when Ford happened to come by the studio to fix a door.

2010: Ford married Flockhart on June 15, after eight years together.

2010:The couple have one son, Liam, who was adopted by Flockhart in 2001.

2017: This year’s Star Wars Celebration for the new force awakens

2017:taking place in Orlando, Florida started things off with a spectacular bang, as host Warwick Davis took to the stage for panel '40 Years of Star Wars'; inviting legends of the Star Wars universe back to reminisce on the legacy of cinema’s most enduring franchise.


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