NO DISRESPECT is intended in this cartoon towards Harrison Ford nor towards his acting ability. I haven't seen many of his movies, but those I've seen, I've thoroughly enjoyed. However, of the characters I've seen him play: Han Solo (in Star Wars), Indiana Jones (in the Indiana Jones movies), the President (in Air Force One), and Colonel Graff (in Ender's Game), each is portrayed in essentially the same way: a cynical, somewhat militant, tough guy. Maybe in his other films he plays other types; I don't know. But being typecast as the tough guy is not necessarily a bad thing. A generation earlier, did not Humphrey Bogart achieve fame for doing pretty much the same thing?
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