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📒Harrison Ford ✍ Brad Duke
✏Harrison Ford Book Summary : "This biographical work details Ford's career in such movies as Star Wars, The Frisco Kid, Hanover Street, The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Blade Runner, Return of the Jedi, Temple of the Doom, and many others"--Provided by publisher.
📒Harrison Ford ✍ Laurence Caracalla
✏Harrison Ford Book Summary : As the Hero of STAR WARS and INDIANA JONES with his legendary hat and whip, Harrison Ford is just an ordinary man in the street that anyone can identify with. HF is certainly no poser; he leads a quiet life (despite a succession of wives, which is about par for the course), and his seductive charm eminates from his simplicity and intelligence. The actor is a genius (the best paid actor in Hollywood), spilling over with ideas during his film shoots. A perceptive biography from a true fan moved by both the man and the actor....who will soon be back on the screen as Indiana Jones!
📒Harrison Ford ✍ Robert Sellers
✏Harrison Ford Book Summary : Harrison Ford's films have made him more money at the box office than those of any other actor. Six of his films, the Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies, rank as some of the most popular films of all time. This book looks at the extraordinary life and career of this actor.
📒Harrison Ford ✍ Virginia Luzón-Aguado
✏Harrison Ford Book Summary : Harrison Ford is known for such iconic roles as Han Solo, Indiana Jones and Rick Deckard - but his career of 50 years (and counting) encompasses a plethora of other thought-provoking roles. His off-screen persona has been no less intriguing. Covering a wide timespan, this book assesses Harrison Ford as 'star' from the difficult Hollywood studio years where he began, his blockbusters of the 1980s, through to the impact of ageist culture on his artistry of recent years. The author argues that Ford has generally been seen as a potent, irresistible combination of tradition and modernity. He is an actor who both reflects and utilises changing ideas about American masculinity in the context of Hollywood film production: particular male types are revealed as much in his trademark trustworthy hero act as in his more fallible, less conservative and therefore commercially riskier characters. Luzon Aguado explores these particular star identities and every fluctuation in between. She gives due attention to his much-neglected acting abilities while examining the crucial interplay between star persona and the constraints and conventions of genre. Going beyond standard accounts of Ford's production and pinpointing overlooked aspects of his work, and the creation of the star through cultural artefacts like magazine interviews and advertising campaigns, this book reveals the depth and dimensions of the enduring American screen legend that is Harrison Ford.
📒Harrison Ford ✍ Garry Jenkins
✏Harrison Ford Book Summary : Uses interviews with friends, family members, and fellow actors to portray the popular movie star, and looks behind the scenes of his major films
📒The Chase Ison On Harrisson Ford Is The Fugitive ✍ HARRISON. FORD
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📒The Films Of Harrison Ford ✍ Lee Pfeiffer
✏The Films of Harrison Ford Book Summary : Traces the films of Harrison Ford, from his debut in 'Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round' through his success as Han Solo and Indiana Jones to his roles in 'The Fugitive' & 'Air Force One'. This title has a 5 star Amazon review.
✏Celebrity Biographies The Amazing Life Of Harrison Ford Famous Actors Book Summary : Ever wondered how Harrison Ford rose to stardom? Harrison Ford was born to a Russian Jew mother and an Irish Catholic father in Chicago on July 13, 1942. The eldest of two brothers, Harrison grew up in a liberal household and was allowed to freely explore his interests, whether that be at a Baha’i temple or at the local movie theater. Because of his upbringing, he developed in an interest in philosophy, religion, and literature at a very early age, ostracizing him from many of his less scholarly peers. In 1960, he graduated from high school and moved north to Wisconsin, where he attended Ripon College to continue studying philosophy. By the end of his tenure, he fell into a deep depression and ultimately he failed to graduate. For more interesting facts you must read his biography. Grab your biography book NOW!
📒The Harrison Ford Story ✍ Alan McKenzie
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📒Harrison Ford Notebook ✍ Ford Notebooks
✏Harrison Ford Notebook Book Summary : Harrison Ford Notebook for School or as a Diary, Lined With More than 100 Pages.Notebook that can serve as a Planner, Journal, Notes and for Drawings.