Harrison Ford hit it big with the role of Hans Solo in the colossal hit "Star Wars" (1977). Follow that success with the Indiana Jones series (1981) and you have a recipe for super-stardom. He currently retains his role as a well-established actor with recent feature films such as "What Lies Beneath" (2000) and "Six Days Seven Nights" (1998)....
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"indiana Jones***s $311 Million Worldwide Reuters - "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of
the Crystal Skull" chased down $311.1 million from moviegoers
around the world, as nostalgic fans brought along their
children to watch Harrison Ford's latest escapades, distributor
Paramount Pictures s... Mon May 26, 2008, 6:55 pm
Review: 'indiana Jones' Does The Job It's been a long, long time since the last "last" time: When Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones Jr. rode off into the sunset in May 1989, courtesy of "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade," the Berlin Wall was still standing, George H.W. Bush was only four mont... Thu May 22, 2008, 2:56 am
Harrison Ford 'acted By Accident' Harrison Ford became a top Hollywood actor by accident - after taking up drama class by mistake. The Indiana Jones star only took the subject to raise his grades, but admits he had no idea what acting actually entailed. Read more!... Mon May 12, 2008, 2:48 pm
Harrison Ford Flying High In Contract Demands Harrison Ford is such a big fan of flying, he demands the risky hobby is accounted for in all his movie contracts. The Indiana Jones star credits earning his pilot's license for changing his life and won't give up his flying ambitions for anything -... Sun May 4, 2008, 8:00 pm
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"Not sure why one would buy the 4 disk SE and not the 5 disk SE, but I am sure people have their reasons. Price might be an issue, with the extra disk costing $25 more. If you're not that big of a fan than you should for the 2-disk edition and not the 4 disk edition. If you are a big fan you should just for the 5-disk. To see a workprint of a film is a rare and wonderful thing indeed (the workprint is in fact the extra disk of the 5 disk version). I have the feeling that the 4 disk version won't be around for a long time, with most people opting for the two options above. "