Harrison Ford (1942 - )
a.k.a. Harrison J. Ford (early in his career)
Not to be confused silent-screen actor Harrison Ford.
- Journey to Shiloh (1968) [Willie Bill Bearden]: He has an off-screen death in the battle of Shiloh. We discover his fate when eye witness Michael Sarrazin tells James Caan that he saw him get a Minié ball between the eyes. (Thanks to Brian).
- The Mosquito Coast (1986) [Allie Fox]: Shot in the chest by Andre Gregory when Harrison tries to burn down the church; he dies shortly afterwards while lying in the raft and talking to Helen Mirren. (Thanks to Killerman, ND and John)
- What Lies Beneath (2000) [Dr. Norman Spencer]: Drowns when his foot gets trapped in the car while he's trying to drown Michelle Pfeiffer in the lake. (Thanks to Germboygel, Big TK, Michael, Trinity, Katherine, Ricardo, Philip, Fortza, Killerman, ND, John, and Pipi)
- Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013) [Mack Tannen]: Possibly killed when Will Smith calls in an air strike to carpet bomb the park the news teams are all fighting in. (It's not established who was killed in the airstrike and who survived, but I will list this just in case.) (Played for comic effect.)
- Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015) [Han Solo]: Impaled through the chest with a lightsaber by his son (Adam Driver), causing him to fall from a catwalk, while Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Peter Mayhew look on in horror. (As Harrison tries to reason with Adam to turn from the dark side and Adam pretends, tricking him).
- Gunsmoke: The Sodbusters (1972) [Print]: Wounded in the chest by Alex Cord and then shot off the hotel balcony by James Arness as he tries to get the drop on Alex. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Possessed (1977 TV) [Paul Winjam]: Burned to death after his jacket spontaneously combusts from the powers of a demonically possessed Joan Hackett.
Video Game Deaths Edit
- Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2016) [Han Solo]: Impaled through the chest by his son (voice of Adam Driver), causing him to fall from a catwalk, while "Rey", "Finn" and "Chewbacca" and a bunch of stormtroopers look in horror. (Unlike the movie, his impalation is off-screen.)
- Brother of Terence Ford.
- Ex-Mr. Melissa Mathison (screenwriter).
- Mr. Calista Flockhart.
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