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Harrison Ford Refused One Specific Direction In Air Force One's Script

We don't love Ford because he's unstoppable. In fact, his characters are imminently stoppable and frequently in over their heads, be they Han Solo, Indiana Jones, Rick Deckard, or Richard Kimble. What we love is that the actor's onscreen counterparts can take hit after hit and keep going. Ford's characters simply can't stop, won't stop until they've saved the day. It's something Ford knows all too well, which is why he objected to a very specific moment in the "Air Force One" script.

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    Harrison Ford Refused One Specific Direction In Air Force One's Script

    Harrison Ford Refused One Specific Direction In Air Force One's Script

    Moviegoers love to watch Harrison Ford get beat up and keep going, as the actor once reminded the writer of “Air Force One.”

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