Before They Were Stars: Harrison Ford in “A Time for Killing”

After a few uncredited bit parts in some movies, the first time Harrison Ford actually saw his name credited onscreen was when he played a Union soldier in the 1967 Civil War western, A Time for Killing. Interestingly enough, he was credited as “Harrison J. Ford” here to avoid confusion with another actor named “Harrison Ford” who acted in silent films during the 1920s. In this scene, Ford’s character is appointed to a firing squad, but his aim turns out to be as good as Greedo when he fired at Han Solo.

This entry was posted in Before They Were Stars, Movies. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.