Can You Match the Harrison Ford Quote to Its Movie?

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By: Jane Andrews

7 Min Quiz

"Never tell me the odds." This may be one of Ford's most celebrated movie quotes. Which film is it from?

As Han Solo, Ford delivers this line to C-3PO after the droid tells the confident starship pilot that, "The possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720 to one."

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"Snakes. Why'd it have to be snakes?" In which movie did Harrison Ford deliver this memorable line?

The first installment in the Indiana Jones film franchise, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" was released in 1981. It became one of the top-grossing movies that year and was nominated for eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

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Do you know the movie that featured this famous exclamation? "I didn't kill my wife!"

Released in 1993, "The Fugitive" is based on a 1960s TV show of the same name. In the film, Ford plays Dr. Richard Kimble, a man on the run after being wrongly convicted of killing his wife.

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Do you know which "Star Wars" movie this line is from? Bonus points if you know who Han is talking to! "Laugh it up, fuzzball."

After Princess Leia insults Han Solo with the quip "I don't know where you get your delusions, laser brain," Chewbacca lets out a hearty laugh. Needless to say, Han is not pleased.

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What about this quote? "The report would be routine retirement of a replicant, which didn't make me feel any better about shooting a woman in the back."

This dystopian science fiction film was directed by Ridley Scott and released in 1982. The story's futuristic setting has finally caught up with us, as the events of the movie unfold in 2019.

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Here's another iconic one-liner. Can you guess the film that features it? "Get off my plane!"

Harrison Ford delivers this famous line to terrorist Ivan Korshunov (played by Gary Oldman) before strangling him with a parachute strap and pushing him off the cargo hold of Air Force One.

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"Nazis. I hate these guys." Do you know the Indiana Jones movie that features this classic quote?

"Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" was the first Indiana Jones movie to earn a PG-13 rating, as the category did not yet exist when "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" was released in 1984.

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What about this witty quip, do you know the movie it comes from? "Escape now, hug later."

Han Solo knows what he's talking about when he delivers this deadpan line to Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Finn (John Boyega) during the 2015 installment of the "Star Wars" film franchise.

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Which Jack Ryan thriller is this quote from? "I'm sorry, Mr. President, I don't dance."

Released in 1994, "Clear and Present Danger" marked the second and final time Harrison Ford portrayed CIA operative Jack Ryan in the popular film franchise based on the best-selling books by Tom Clancy.

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"Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid." In which "Star Wars" movie did Harrison Ford make this quippy comment?

After uttering this classic line to Luke, Han Solo goes on to explain his doubt of the Force: "I've seen a lot of strange stuff, but I've never seen anything to make me believe there's one all-powerful Force controlling everything. There's no mystical energy field that controls my destiny."

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Can you name the comedy that featured this line? "Well, I just don't feel like buying any more networks this year. There's never anything good on."

This romantic comedy, which was released in 1995, is a remake of the popular 1954 film starring Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn. Julia Ormond and Greg Kinnear starred alongside Ford in the film.

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What serious movie is this funny quip from? "How do I look? I mean, do I look Amish?"

Ford was nominated for an Oscar for his role in this crime thriller about a detective who goes undercover in an Amish community. Released in 1985, the movie was nominated for a total of eight Academy Awards and won two, for Best Original Screenplay and Best Film Editing.

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"Strictly speaking, there's no such thing as invention, you know. It's only magnifying what already exists." What 1980s drama features this line?

This 1986 movie reunited Ford with his "Witness" director, Peter Weir. It also starred River Phoenix, who would go on to play a young version of Indiana Jones in 1989 film "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade."

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This quote is from an action-packed comedy. Can you name it? "Let's be reasonable about this. You're not gonna come down here and be my co-pilot and I'm not gonna go to New York and be your receptionist. Let's not complicate things."

Co-starring Anne Heche, "Six Days, Seven Nights" was panned by critics when it was released in 1998. Nevertheless, it became a box office success and went on to earn a worldwide gross of $164.8 million.

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Which movie is this quote from? "You know what I do for a living? I get paid to notice stuff. I get paid to know who's lying. I didn't have a clue."

Directed by Sydney Pollack and based on a book of the same name, this 1999 drama follows the story of a congresswoman and a police officer who learn their spouses were having an affair prior to perishing in a plane crash.

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Here's another Indiana Jones gem. Which movie is it from? "It's not the years, honey; it's the mileage."

As Indiana Jones, Ford delivers this line to his former flame Marion Ravenwood, played by Karen Allen. Allen went on to reprise her role in the franchise's fourth installment, "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," in 2008.

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This line is from a classic 1988 comedy. Do you know it? "You're like one of those crazed cops that no one wants to ride with, aren't you? Whose partners all end up crazy or dead."

Directed by Mike Nichols, "Working Girl" was a smash hit that grossed more than $103 million worldwide. The movie was nominated for five Academy Awards and won one, for Best Original Song (Carly Simon's "Let the River Run").

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"She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid." Bonus points if you know who Ford is referring to in this line!

As Han Solo, Ford delivers this line about his beloved modified starship the Millennium Falcon, after Luke Skywalker sees it for the first time and declares, "What a piece of junk!"

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Do you know what movie this quote is from? "Hey, you're supposed to be the fastest thing in the valley, man. But that can't be your car. It must be your mama's car! I'm sort of embarrassed to be this close to you!"

Directed by George Lucas, "American Graffiti" is a comedy released in 1973, before Harrison Ford was Harrison Ford. The film features a number of notable actors in early roles, including Richard Dreyfuss and Mackenzie Phillips.

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"I'm afraid if I dig any deeper no one's going to like what I find." Can you name the Jack Ryan flick this line is in?

James Earl Jones, who famously voiced Darth Vader in the "Star Wars" films, co-stars in this movie as Vice Admiral James Greer, CIA Deputy Director of Intelligence and Jack Ryan's ally.

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"I love you enough to let you go, which is more than I've ever felt about anyone in my life." Can you identify the movie this quote is from?

This 1978 romantic tear-jerker, which takes place in London during World War II, co-stars Lesley-Anne Down and Christopher Plummer. While the film was considered a box office flop when it was released, its flying sequences have made it a popular movie among aviation enthusiasts.

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Can you tell us what movie this line appeared in? "When you find the colonel, infiltrate his team by whatever means available and terminate the colonel's command."

While Ford's role as Colonel G. Lucas in this epic war film was a small one, it was memorable nevertheless. The movie also featured early appearances by actors such as Laurence Fishburne and Scott Glenn.

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"Sushi. That's what my ex-wife called me: cold fish." In which of the following films does Ford utter this line?

The screenplay for "Blade Runner" was loosely based on a 1960 novel written by Philip K. Dick and entitled "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" In the novel, the term "replicant" is never used — they were called Androids or Andies, instead.

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This is from an early Harrison Ford movie. Do you know it? "What's the point of all my experience, if you don't listen to me?"

Released in 1979, this comedy-western also starred Gene Wilder. In a 2010 interview, Ford said of his experience making the film: "It was fun to work with Gene ... [but] every time the director, Robert Aldrich, looked at me, he was thinking about how unhappy he was that he didn't have John Wayne, instead."

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How about this line? "Peace isn't merely the absence of conflict, but the presence of justice."

Ford plays fictional U.S. President James Marshall in this 1997 action film, which also stars Gary Oldman, Glenn Close, William H. Macy and Dean Stockwell. One of the most popular action films of the '90s, it earned a worldwide box office gross of $315.2 million.

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"I'm going to need a lawyer, a very, very good lawyer, an expensive lawyer." Can you name the film this line is from?

This 1990 legal drama was based on a popular novel of the same name. The movie was a hit, earning more than $221 million in box office sales worldwide. It also became the 12th highest-grossing film of 1990.

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In which Indiana Jones movie did Ford deliver this line? "Sallah, I said no camels. That's five camels. Can't you count?"

The third movie in the Indiana Jones film franchise, "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" also features legendary actor Sean Connery as Professor Henry Jones, Sr., Indiana's father.

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Here's another Jack Ryan quote. Can you guess the movie? "I'm not after your job, Marty. I'm after the man who tried to kill my family."

Released in 1992, "Patriot Games" is the first Jack Ryan film to star Harrison Ford as the CIA operative. It's the sequel to "The Hunt for Red October," which features Alec Baldwin in the leading role.

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"I need her — and I don't need anything." What romantic movie is this line from?

According to IMDb, there's a scene in this movie in which you can see the Tom Clancy novel "Clear and Present Danger" among a pile of books in the background. Ford starred in the movie version of this novel.

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"The earth moved. The angels wept. The Polaroids are ... uh ... are in my other coat." Can you name this comedy that features this quote?

Did you know? In 1990, "Working Girl" was turned into a TV series. The short-lived show, which aired only 12 episodes, starred a young Sandra Bullock in the leading role of Tess McGill.

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What about this well-known line ‚ do you know the movie it comes from? "You want to talk to God? Let's go see him together."

Reportedly, there is a fifth "Indiana Jones" film in the works starring Harrison Ford. While its release date has been pushed back numerous times, it's currently slated to hit theaters in July 2021.

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This quote is from a creepy thriller. Can you name it? “Claire, I don't know how to apologize to you for what I've done. But if you give me another chance, I promise you, I'll spend the rest of my life making you glad that you did. Please.”

This 2000 supernatural-horror film, which was directed by Robert Zemeckis, also stars Michelle Pfeiffer. While it received mixed reviews from critics, the movie was a box office hit and earned more than $291 million in box office sales worldwide.

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Which movie is this line from? "When I came home, there was a man in my house. I fought with this man. He had a mechanical arm. You find this man. You find this man."

Did you know? Tommy Lee Jones won an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his role in this film as Deputy U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard. The movie earned a total of seven Oscar nominations, including Best Picture.

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Can you guess the movie this line is from? "It's an island, babe. If you didn't bring it here, you won't find it here."

Harrison Ford did some of his own plane flying in this film. Though he was already a certified pilot, the film's insurance company required him to complete additional training in order to do so.

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"Let's make one big cookie."

Released in 1991 and directed by Mike Nichols, this comedy-drama was one of the first movies written by the now well-known filmmaker J. J. Abrams. Abrams was reunited with Ford in 2015 when he directed "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens."

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About This Quiz

His movie roles are iconic. His star power is undeniable. And he knows how to deliver a line of dialog like no one else's business. He's Harrison Ford, actor extraordinaire and one of the most successful Hollywood stars of all time. After more than 50 years in the business, he's cemented himself as an action hero, a sci-fi star, a drama king and even a comedian. He's also portrayed not one, but two of the most famous (and charismatic!) characters in film franchise history, Han Solo and Indiana Jones. And while those two personas have uttered many of Ford's most memorable movie quotes, the beloved actor has delivered plenty of other noteworthy lines as Rick Deckard, Jack Ryan, Dr. Richard Kimble and more.

In fact, American cinema has been blessed with so many classic Harrison Ford quotes that it can be a challenge to keep track of the movies they originally came from. Did Han Solo hate snakes, or was that Indiana Jones? Which character famously growled, "Get off my plane!"  — Jack Ryan or President James Marshall? If you know the answers to these questions, this quiz is right up your alley. It's filled with witty quips and notable quotes from all of Ford's films. How many can you correctly match?



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