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Archive-name: movies/harrison-ford-faq Posting-frequency: bi-weekly Last-updated: June 28, 1999 URL: http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/4439/ford_faq.html X-Disclaimer: Approval for *.answers is based on form, not content. Maintained-by: Angela Boyko (ochfd42@yahoo.com) Table of Contents
I. A Brief Biography of Harrison Ford II. The Films of Harrison Ford III. Frequently Asked Questions About Harrison Ford 1. What colour are Harrison Ford's eyes? 2. How tall is Harrison Ford? 3. What is Harrison Ford's middle name? 4. How did he get that scar on his chin? 5. What is Harrison Ford's shoe size? 6. Why doesn't Harrison Ford wear a wedding ring? 7. Has Harrison Ford been honoured on the Graumann Chinese Theatre's Walk of Fame? 8. Was Harrison Ford in E.T.? 9. Did Harrison Ford appear on "Leave It to Beaver?" 10. What are some fun facts about Harrison Ford? 11. What awards/nominations has he received? 12. What are some notable Harrison Ford quotes? 13. What are some films that he has turned down? 14. What books are available about Harrison Ford? 15. Is there going to be a fourth Indiana Jones or a third Jack Ryan movie? 16. Does Harrison Ford smoke? 17. Did I hear Harrison Ford's name in a song? 18. What happened to 'The Age of Aquarius'? 19. When was Ben Ford on the "Rosie O'Donnell" show? 20. When was Ben Ford in _People_ magazine? IV. Frequently Asked Questions About alt.fan.harrison-ford 1. What Harrison Ford-related web sites are there? 2. Does Harrison Ford read this newsgroup? 3. If I post a personal message to alt.fan.harrison-ford, will Harrison Ford reply? 4. Does anybody have Harrison Ford's e-mail address? Can I have it? 5. Can someone tell me where he lives? I want to write to him! 6. Is there a Harrison Ford fan club I could join? 7. I want Harrison Ford to sign my original 'Star Wars' poster. How do I get him to do that? 8. What can I get out of alt.fan.harrison-ford? 9. I'm new to the Internet. What tips can you give me so I won't get flamed? 10. Are there any other newsgroups related to Harrison Ford? 11. What's with the talk of teddy bears and OCHFD and lawn mowing movies? 12. Is there a mailing list related to Harrison Ford? 13. Can I post binaries to the newsgroup? 14. What do you do to celebrate Harrison Ford's birthday? 14. What celebrities have OCHFD? V. Television Appearances by Harrison Ford VI. Credits I. A Brief Biography of Harrison Ford * Harrison Ford was born on July 13, 1942, in Chicago Illinois. He grew up in Park Ridge and Morton Grove, IL. * His father, Christopher Ford, was a former actor and advertising executive. He passed away in 1999. His mother, Dorothy Ford, now lives in Los Angeles. * Christopher was Irish-Catholic, and Dorothy is Russian-Jewish. Harrison refuses to name any religion he may practice. * Harrison also refuses to state any political loyalties. * Harrison's younger brother, Terence (b. 1945), has also enjoyed a career as an actor. The Internet Movie Database lists his credits under the link http://us.imdb.com/Name?Ford,+Terence. * Harrison met his first wife, Mary Marquardt, at Ripon College, in Ripon, Wisconsin. They were married in 1964 and divorced in 1979. * His sons from his first marriage are Benjamin (b. 1967) and Willard (b. 1969). Benjamin Ford is a chef, and Willard Ford is a teacher. Willard has a son, Eliel, making Harrison a grandfather! Awwwwww! * Harrison met his second wife, Melissa Mathison Ford, on the set of Apocalypse Now. They were married on March 14, 1983. * Melissa Mathison Ford is an acclaimed screenwriter, most notably for The Black Stallion, E.T., The Indian in the Cupboard, and Kundun. * Harrison and Melissa are the parents of Malcolm (b. 1987) and Georgia (b. 1990). * Harrison's principal residence is Jackson Hole, Wyoming. In recent years, the family spends the school year in New York City. Back to Table of Contents II. The Films of Harrison Ford This list was compiled with help of other fans, from the Internet Movie Database and from the book The Films of Harrison Ford, written by Lee Pfeiffer and Michael Lewis. Movie Released in Character's Name The Sum of All Fears 2000? Jack Ryan What Lies Beneath 2000? ?? Random Hearts 1999 Dutch van der Broek Six Days, Seven Nights 1998 Quinn Harris Fred Cuny: The Lost American (TV) 1997 Narrator Air Force One 1997 President James Marshall The Devil's Own 1997 Tom O'Meara Cent et une nuits, Les 1995 Actor for a Day aka Hundred and One Nights, A Sabrina 1995 Linus Larrabee Clear and Present Danger 1994 Jack Ryan Jimmy Hollywood (uncredited) 1994 Himself Mustang: The Hidden Kingdom (TV) 1994 Narrator Earth and the American Dream (TV) 1993 Narrator? The Fugitive 1993 Dr. Richard Kimble Young Indiana Jones and The Mystery 1993 Indiana Jones of the Blues (TV) Envers du decor: Portrait de Pierre Guffroy, L' 1992 ?? aka Behind the Scenes: A Portrait of Pierre Guffroy Patriot Games 1992 Jack Ryan Regarding Henry 1991 Henry Turner Presumed Innocent 1990 Rusty Sabich Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 1989 Indiana Jones Frantic 1988 Dr. Richard Walker Working Girl 1988 Jack Trainer The Mosquito Coast 1986 Allie Fox Witness 1985 John Book Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 1984 Indiana Jones Return of the Jedi 1983 Han Solo Blade Runner 1982 Rick Deckard Raiders of the Lost Ark 1981 Indiana Jones The Empire Strikes Back 1980 Han Solo Apocalypse Now 1979 Colonel Lucas The Frisco Kid 1979 Tommy Lillard Hanover Street 1979 Lt. David Halloran More American Graffiti 1979 Bob Falfa Force 10 from Navarone 1978 Lt. Col. Mike Barnsby Heroes 1977 Ken Boyd The Possessed (TV) 1977 Paul Winjam Star Wars 1977 Han Solo James Michener's Dynasty (TV) 1976 Mark Blackwood The Court Martial of Lt. Calley (TV) ?? Frank Kramer? The Conversation 1974 Martin Stett American Graffiti 1973 Bob Falfa Getting Straight 1970 Jake The Intruders (TV) 1970 Carl Journey to Shiloh 1968 Willie Bell Bearden Luv 1967 Motorist A Time for Killing 1967 Lieutenant Shaffer Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round 1966 Bellboy *Many filmographies also list the 1970 movie Zabriskie Point. Harrison filmed a bit part in this movie, but his scenes ended up on the cutting room floor. III. Frequently Asked Questions About Harrison Ford 1. What colour are Harrison Ford's eyes? They are that magical kind of hazel that changes colour according to what colour clothing he is wearing. So they can appear to be blue, green, or brown. 2. How tall is Harrison Ford? After much speculation, consensus is that he is most likely 6'1" tall. :-) 3. What is Harrison Ford's middle name? He doesn't have one. During his early screen appearances, he was billed as 'Harrison J. Ford', but only to distinguish him from another actor named Harrison Ford, who was popular during the silent film era. Once the modern Harrison Ford could prove to the Screen Actor's Guild that the silent film star had died, he was allowed to drop the middle initial. (Side note: Harrison was named for his maternal grandfather, Harrison Needleman, who performed in vaudeville.) 4. How did he get that scar on his chin? Harrison tried to put on his seatbelt while driving to work, in Laguna Canyon, (Orange County, California) and drove into a lamp post. He stood by the side of the road, bleeding, for several hours before a passing car picked him up. A resident at a local hospital stitched him up. Harrison has joked that the doctor must have used paper clips. 5. What is Harrison Ford's shoe size? We think it is size 12. A husband of a newsgroup member found that his feet fit into Harrison Ford's footprints at the Graumann Chinese Theatre's Walk of Fame (see #7), and his feet are a size 12. It's not the most scientific method, but we will take what we can get! 6. Why doesn't Harrison Ford wear a wedding ring? It has been noticed that he never wears one in real life. We don't really know why, but our favourite guesses are that as a former carpenter, he probably didn't wear one, as most men who work with machinery don't. Or he just doesn't like to wear one - not every husband chooses to wear one. 7. Has Harrison Ford been honoured on the Graumann Chinese Theatre's Walk of Fame? Yes. He signed his name in cement, and added his hand and footprints to his own square, following the release of Patriot Games. There is also a star honouring the silent film star Harrison Ford (see #3). 8. Was Harrison Ford in E.T.? Harrison Ford filmed a cameo appearance as Elliot's principal, and his wife, Melissa Mathison (E.T. screenwriter) had a part as the school nurse. Their scenes were not included in the 1982 release, but are supposed to have been restored in the laser disc version re-release of the movie. You can see outtakes from the film while waiting in line for the E.T. ride at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, and hear Harrison as the principal. 9. Did Harrison Ford appear on "Leave It to Beaver?" No. I don't know where this idea came from, but some sources falsely claim that Harrison appeared in a 1957 episode as Chester Anderson. David Letterman went so far as to show a clip of the show to Harrison during one of his appearances on Letterman's show. The boy doesn't look anything like Harrison, who was 15 years old in 1957, long before he ever acted. Harrison seemed amused by the idea, but denied that he ever appeared on that TV show. 10. What are some fun facts about Harrison Ford? * Frustrated by the direction his career was heading in the late '60's, Harrison became a carpenter and turned down any role he hated. * In 1993, a new species of spider, Calponia harrisonford, was named by the American Museum of Natural History. * The role of Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark was originally offered to Tom Selleck. He couldn't be released from his "Magnum P.I." TV series to make the film, however. Frustrated by his inability to cast the part of Indiana Jones, Steven Spielberg went to see The Empire Strikes Back and realized that the perfect actor had been in front of George Lucas and he all the time. * When he appeared on 'The Oprah Winfrey' show in the summer of 1997, she asked him what some of his favourite things were: Favourite technical gadget: an airplane (Harrison has a pilot's licence) Favourite accessory: his earring Favourite cereal: Raisin Bran ("and it's good for you") Favourite time of day: "early, about 6am" Favourite historical figure: Abraham Lincoln Favourite dream: Harrison described a flying dream Favourite memory: the birth of his first child (he noted that the births of his other children were not less significant) Favourite thing to sleep in: "A bed will do" 11. What awards/nominations has he received? * Greatest Screen Legend (Male), USA Today poll, 1999. * Blockbuster Entertainment Award (Favorite Actor, Comedy-Romance) Six Days, Seven Nights, 1999. * People's Choice Award for All Time Favourite Motion Picture Actor, 1999. * People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive, 1998. * People's Choice Award for Favourite Motion Picture Actor, 1998. * Foster's Can Film Awards, Favorite Male Action Hero for 1997. (An Australian award) * SF Film Saturn Award for Lifetime Achievement, 1996. * Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatrical's 1996 Man of the Year. * Golden Globe nomination (actor) Sabrina, 1995. * NATO/Sho West Box Office Star of the Century, 1994 - first and only time this award has been given. * MTV Movie Award (Best Screen Duo) The Fugitive, 1994 - with Tommy Lee Jones. * The Spencer Tracy Award/UCLA, 1994. * Golden Globe Nomination (actor) The Fugitive, 1993. * Golden Globe Nomination (actor) The Mosquito Coast, 1986. * Golden Globe Nomination (actor) Witness, 1985. * Academy Award Nomination (actor) Witness, 1985. * SF Film Saturn Award (actor) Raiders of the Lost Ark, 1982. 12. What are some notable Harrison Ford quotes? "Acting is basically like carpentry--if you know your craft, you figure out the logic of a particular job and submit yourself to it. It all comes down to detail." --From Earl Blackwell's "Entertainment Celebrity Register", 1991. Oprah Winfrey: Do you accept films that don't have a lot of action in them? I mean, when they come, do you look for as much action as you can find? Harrison Ford: Did you ever see me beat Sabrina? --TV interview, 1997. "If you become a part of that machinery, someone the machinery thinks it can use and exploit at that particular moment, then there is sure to be a time limit on you, and you are soon going to be unfashionable. Because I have never been fashionable, I can never be unfashionable." --From Vanity Fair, July 1993. Barbara Walters: Do you believe in the Force? Harrison Ford: When it was fashionable to say, "May the Force be with you", I always said, "Force yourself"..."The Force is within you, force yourself" --TV interview, 1997. "We have a good marriage. We enjoy our life together. But I don't have a recipe for other people to use in their own kitchen." --About his marriage to Melissa, People Magazine, August 4, 1997. "I'm an assistant storyteller. It's like being a waiter or a gas-station attendant, but I'm waiting on six million people a week, if I'm lucky." --On being an actor. "I just want to make movies, then go away." 13. What are some films that he has turned down? Saving Private Ryan The Hunt for Red October Dragonheart Daylight Metro The Mirror Has Two Faces I Love Trouble JFK Ghost The Thin Red Line Without Limits Butch and Sundance: The Early Years Alien (Capt. Dallas) Dick Tracy Terms of Endearment 14. What books are available about Harrison Ford? Harrison Ford: Imperfect Hero 1998 (published in Great Britain in 1996) by Garry Jenkins A Birch Lane Press Book, published by Carol Publishing Group The Films of Harrison Ford 1996 By Lee Pfeiffer and Michael Lewis A Citadel Press Book, published by Carol Publishing Group Harrison Ford By Robert Sellers Published by Warner Books The Films of Harrison Ford 1991 By Edward Gross Harrison Ford 1987 By Ethlie Ann Vare and Mary Toledo Harrison Ford, a Biography 1987 By Minty Clinch The Harrison Ford Story 1984 By Alan McKenzie There is allegedly a biography written in French by Jean Jacques Jolot-Blanc, published in 1987 by Editions Caranoc. 15. Is there going to be a fourth Indiana Jones or a third Jack Ryan movie? Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg both appear committed to doing a fourth Indiana Jones film. However, nothing truly official has been announced, and they are both committed to filming other movies in the next few years. Additionally, it appears that George Lucas doesn't want to another one until he finishes the current Star Wars trilogy - which will be the year 2005. There has been an official announcement concerning the next Jack Ryan film - it will be the The Sum of All Fears. 16. Does Harrison Ford smoke? As recently as September, 1998, he's been spotted smoking a cigar and a cigarette (on different occasions). 17. Did I hear Harrison Ford's name in a song? Could be! He's been mentioned in three songs: Christine Lavin wrote a whole song about a chance encounter with Harrison Ford. It can be previewed on her website, http://www.christinelavin.com. It can be found on her Stealth Project CD. The Barenaked Ladies, a Canadian band, included this line in their song One Week: "Like Harrison Ford I'm getting Frantic" Adam Sandler also immortalized Harrison Ford in The Chanukah Song: "We got Ann Landers and her sister Dear Abby Harrison Ford's a quarter Jewish - not too shabby!"* * It can be argued that he is really half-Jewish because of his mother, or fully Jewish under Jewish law. 18. What happened to 'The Age of Aquarius'? The Age of Aquarius was supposed to be a film set in war ravaged Bosnia, with Harrison playing an American journalist and Kristin Scott Thomas as his Bosnian love interest. The project fell apart, and the reasons seem to been budget-related. This was a film that many of us were anticipating. 19. When was Ben Ford on the "Rosie O'Donnell" show? When Harrison was on Rosie's show in the summer of 1998, she mentioned that his son Ben, a chef, would be appearing on her show to do a cooking segment. For whatever reason, Ben has never been seen on her show. Newsgroup members have e-mailed the show to find the answer to this question, but have received no reply. 20. When was Ben Ford in _People_ magazine? Ben Ford was profiled in the April 20, 1998 issue. (Tammy Wynette is on the cover). IV. Frequently Asked Questions About alt.fan.harrison-ford 1. What Harrison Ford-related web sites are there? There are too many to list: I've chosen some of my favourites, as well as the starting point for the Harrison Ford Web Ring, which contains many more excellent sites. http://www.smartlink.net/~deej7/harrison_ford.html The Internet Guide To Harrison Ford (and quite stylish too!) http://www.eskimo.com/~maryb/ford.html Mary Brown's page http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/lpchao/harrison.ford.html Larry Chao's Unofficial Harrison Ford Stuff Page http://www.geocities.com/Vienna/3734/harrison.htm Harrison Photo Shrine! http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=harrisonford;list A list of the sites in the Harrison Ford Webring. 2. Does Harrison Ford read this newsgroup? As far as we know, no. It's assumed, however, that people associated with him professionally may be monitoring the newsgroup for feedback purposes (i.e., what kinds of movies do his his fans like to see him in). This is a public forum, after all, and anyone could be reading it. If Harrison does read it, I hope he gets a chuckle or two. :-) 3. If I post a personal message to alt.fan.harrison-ford, will Harrison Ford reply? See #2. Any messages posted to the alt.fan.harrison-ford newsgroup are not guaranteed to be read by him. And as far as I know, nobody forwards messages to him. But I could very well be wrong! 4. Does anybody have Harrison Ford's e-mail address? Can I have it? If Harrison Ford is online, he hasn't told us about it. Occasionally, someone will claim to have his e-mail address, but nothing has been proven. In the interest of his privacy, some of us wouldn't give out such information anyways. 5. Can someone tell me where he lives? I want to write to him! In the interest of Mr. Ford's safety and privacy, most of us will not publish any address for him. We will name cities or towns where he is known to have residences, but that's as specific as most of us get. Many of us do not want any crazed fans camping out on his doorstep. However, to send fan mail, you can mail his agent, Patricia McQueeney, at: 10279 Century Woods Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90067 Patricia is known among fans for replying with some wonderful photos of Harrison Ford. I have personally written to her and asked for permission to publish this address on the Internet for fan mail, and she has given her permission. The question of whether or not to publish a home/street address remains hot in the newsgroup. Some people will give out an address. Others, recalling how John Lennon and other celebrities have been attacked/murdered, and the recent case of the Spielberg stalker, strongly advocate not giving a home/street address because they know that nobody can account for the mental stability of every person reading this newsgroup. For others, it is an issue of privacy. Please do not e-mail me and ask for Harrison Ford's address (mailing, home or e-mail). If I'm in a good mood, I will refer you back to this FAQ. If I'm not in a good mood, I will ignore you. I do this because I am committed to protecting his privacy. 6. Is there a Harrison Ford fan club I could join? I don't know of any fan clubs, but there are apparently two fanzines full of magazine articles and fan fiction. You can write to the following addresses to request information: Better Idea Zine (quarterly, $15 US a year to subscribe) 31 Lincoln Avenue Lansdale, PA 19446 USA * Note: this information has not been verified. and Flip of a Coin (supposed to be out of print, but back issues are available) Paula Truelove 118 Arden Road Tallahassee, FL 32310-7051 * New address and confirmation of availability of back issues verified April, 1998 by a newsgroup member. 7. I want Harrison Ford to sign my original 'Star Wars' poster. How do I get him to do that? You could try and meet him in person (when he makes a personal appearance - don't camp out on his front yard!). Many newsgroup members have waited outside TV studios and movie theatres, when he does TV interviews or has a premiere. He has been quite gracious, and (if he has the time) will sign things for fans in person, as long as you respect his personal space! Do not 'rush' him because he will rush away! However, he does not honour such requests by mail. If this policy bothers you, consider how much of his movie-making time would be eaten up by answering every fan letter and signing every item sent to him, and you'll realize why he doesn't. :-) 8. What can I get out of alt.fan.harrison-ford? The chance to talk with many of his fans from across the globe. We use the newsgroup to keep each other informed of his upcoming TV appearances, to help each other find copies of magazines containing terrific articles and pictures of Harrison Ford. We talk about his movies, and the man himself, and share our favourite scenes and opinions of all of his movies. Note: not everyone likes all of his movies, although everyone certainly likes most of them. There are plenty of threads debating the merits of each film, and lots of polite and respectful disagreement. This really is the friendliest newsgroup on the Net, and we all strive to get along, even when someone hates our favourite movies. Blatant flaming of Harrison Ford, his movies, and/or people in the newsgroup is not tolerated, however. We do get the occasional troll (someone who posts nasty and/or false stuff to provoke angry responses). The best thing to do is ignore them, so they will go away. A 1998 survey showed that 90.2% of the participants are female, the average age is 32, and the ages range from 14 to 73 years old. So anyone is welcome! :-) * Thanks goes to Claire for compiling the results. From time to time, we have posted bios about ourselves as a way to get to know each other better. Claire has kindly compiled many of them on her web page, which you can find at http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Academy/9355/meetus.html. Participation is voluntary, and you must let Claire know if she can add your bio to the web page - it will not be added without your permission. 9. I'm new to the Internet. What tips can you give me so I won't get flamed? Obviously, don't flame Harrison Ford! :-) A new users guide has been written for this newsgroup to help out newcomers. It will be posted every other week. If you want a copy right now, e-mail me at neptunia@geocities.com. 10. Are there any other newsgroups related to Harrison Ford? Yes - alt.movies.indiana-jones, alt.fan.blade-runner, alt.movies.spielberg, alt.fan.starwars and several newsgroups under the rec.arts.sf.starwars hierarchy. If your ISP doesn't carry any of these, an e-mail request to your postmaster should facilitate that. 11. What's with the talk of teddy bears and OCHFD and lawn mowing movies? Any talk of a teddy bear usually refers to the famous scene in Frantic, in which a nude Harrison holds a teddy bear in front of his privates while pretending to be Michelle's lover. The teddy bear is a source of much fan frustration, and a new movement has sprung up (pardon the pun) in the newsgroup: SOTBIHFM means "Stamp Out Teddy Bears In Harrison Ford Movies". OCHFD stands for "Obsessive Compulsive Harrison Ford Disorder". People with OCHFD can't stop talking/writing/dreaming about Harrison Ford. There doesn't appear to be a cure - at least, nobody has tried to find one! AOCHFD is an Acute form of OCHFD, and usually develops after exposure to alt.fan.harrison-ford. ;-) The lawn mowing movie came out of a thread in which someone stated that they would pay to watch a movie in which Harrison Ford did nothing but mow the lawn. Variations include him mowing the lawn shirtless, reading the phone book, and reading the phone book shirtless. 12. Is there a mailing list related to Harrison Ford? Yes. It was set up and is maintained by Gregory Seifert. You can subscribe by pointing your web browser to http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/harryford. 13. Can I post binaries to the newsgroup? Technically, yes, but it causes problems. The newsgroup is not configured to allow binaries (i.e. picture files in .gif or .jpeg format), and posted binaries often cause many posts to go missing. There are other ways to share your binaries with other fans. You can: * Put your binaries on your web page so that they can be downloaded. If you don't have a web page, other fans will be willing to post them for you. Just ask! * E-mail the binaries to anyone who wants them. If you post a message offering to do so, be prepared for many replies! * Post the binaries in alt.binaries.starwars, which is configured for binaries. Your pictures will be considered on-topic. Please post a message in alt.fan.harrison-ford telling us that you've put up new pictures of Harrison! 14. What do you do to celebrate Harrison Ford's birthday? July 13 is a very special day for us! Many of us try to honour Harrison's birthday by doing something for our communities or by supporting some of his favourite charities. Some past ideas have been: Donating money to one of his favourite charities: Earthshare 1-800-875-3863 Conservation International Save the Children Foundation American Cancer Society Will Rogers Foundation Archaeological Advisory Group Lancaster Farmland Trust Signing up for a bone marrow registry. 15. What celebrities have OCHFD? Many female celebrities have confessed their undying devotion to, and obsession of, Harrison Ford. Some of our sisters are Cameron Diaz, Lynn Redgrave, Star Jones of 'The View', and the folk music star Christine Lavin. (See Part III) V. Television Appearances of Harrison Ford "Dan August" In episode: "The Manufactured Man" Originally aired 3/11/1971 "Gunsmoke" As "Hobey" in episode: "Whelan's Men" Originally aired 2/5/1973 "Gunsmoke" As "Print" in episode: "The Sodbusters" Originally aired 11/20/1972 "Ironside" In episode: "The Past Is Prologue" Originally aired 12/7/1967 "Kung Fu" As "Mr. Harrison" in episode: "Cross-ties" (episode # 2.18) Originally aired 2/21/1974 "Late Show with David Letterman" Promoting Six Days, Seven Nights (1998) "Late Show with David Letterman" Appearing in segments "Postcards from Harrison Ford" (1997) "Late Show with David Letterman" Promoting Sabrina (1995) "Love, American Style" In episode: "Love and the Former Marriage" Originally aired 11/24/1969 "The Magic Hour" Promoting Six Days, Seven Nights (1998) (episode # 1.2) "My Friend Tony" In episode: "The Hazing" Originally aired 2/16/1969 "The Oprah Winfrey Show" Promoting Air Force One (1997) "Petrocelli" As "Tom Brannigan" in episode: "Edge of Evil" (episode # 1.4) Originally aired 10/2/1974 "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" Promoting Air Force One (1997) "The Virginian" In episode: "The Moduc Kid" (1966) (episode # 5.19) "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" As "Indiana Jones" in episode: "Mystery of the Blues" (1992) V. Credits: The alt.fan.harrison-ford FAQ was pulled together and is maintained by Angela Boyko neptunia@geocities.com. This document has been compiled from many sources, and wouldn't have been possible without the help of: Jason Ladicos jladicos@globalserve.net DJ Ensor deej@ecom.net Dorine Verhoef dorine@euronet.nl Larry Chao lpchao@mit.edu Yvonne Bartha yjb@aol.com thomas st7i9@Rosie.UH.EDU Luvmulder luvmulder@aol.com Kathleen Tibbetts ktibbett@mail.smu.edu Lea Wingo YllwBrkRd5@aol.com Kate Musica vos1@erols.com Jean Burns jwburns@earthlink.net Gregory Seifert gseif@webtv.net Claire [removed on request] Lynette rebekahl@bcm.tmc.edu Eric Bloomfield falcon@li.net Significant HTML work was done by CaliDmpl, who wants you to visit her at http://members.aol.com/CaliDmpl/index.html :-) Disclaimer: this document has been compiled by a fan of Harrison Ford, for the enjoyment of his fans, and to help fans settle into alt.fan.harrison-ford with some ease. Harrison Ford has had nothing to do with this document, except inspiring lots of us to talk together on the Internet and ask questions, frequently. I've tried to verify many of the facts contained within, but don't assume that the information contained in this FAQ is 100% accurate. Some days I can barely spell my own name right. Patricia McQueeney gave written consent to publish her business address in this document, on the Internet. That is the only form of consent given by any associates of Harrison Ford. Any other kind of consent or approval should not be assumed. (C) 1997, 1998, 1999 Angela Boyko, all rights reserved. This FAQ may be posted to any USENET newsgroup, on-line service, or BBS as long as it is posted in its entirety and includes this copyright statement. This FAQ may not be distributed for financial gain. This FAQ may not be included in commercial collections or compilations without express permission from the author. * Brought to you from somewhere in New Brunswick, Canada, eh? * E-mail me at ochfd42@yahoo.com * Check out the alt.fan.harrison-ford FAQ at http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/4439/ford_faq.html