HOLLYWOOD, CA - OCTOBER 28: Actor Harrison Ford attends the Premiere of Summit Entertainment's "Ender's Game" at the TCL Chinese Theatre on October 28, 2013 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
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Harrison Ford's 15 Most Memorable Movie Quotes
The Force Awakens
Harrison Ford’s line, “Chewie, we’re home,” first appeared in the second teaser leading up to “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” The bit of dialogue was meant to push moviegoers’ nostalgia buttons: Here’s Ford, back with his blaster, Wookiee bestie, and on his beloved Millennium Falcon; Han Solo was home, and so were fans.
Apocalypse Now
Harrison Ford’s role in “Apocalypse Now” was so small audiences might have forgotten he was in the movie at all, but he still managed to deliver a great line. Ford’s quote, “You understand, Captain, that this mission does not exist, nor will it ever exist,” is a key line as it embodies the undercurrent of distrust and paranoia in the film.
Empire Strikes Back
Han Solo’s banter with C-3PO added comedy to the original “Star Wars” trilogy. Take this exchange in “The Empire Strikes Back” when Han Solo is attempting to pilot the Millennium Falcon through an asteroid belt. C-3PO: “Sir, the possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720-to-one!” Solo: “Never tell me the odds!”
Blade Runner 2049
When Ryan Gosling’s character Joe tracks down Ford’s Rick Deckard in “Blade Runner 2049,” Deckard tells Joe, ““I had your job once. I was good at it.” The line is a callback to Ford's performance in the 1982 original film, but on another level, it's Ford, the movie star of the past, talking to Gosling, the movie star of the moment.
Indiana Jones
In “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” Ford’s character is treated like a child by his father, played by Sean Connery. Moviegoers learn that “Indiana” is not his actual name, but Henry Jones Junior — and it’s the “junior” that Indy finds particularly grating, so much so that he snaps at his father by saying, “I told you, don’t call me junior!”