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  1. Harrison Ford Is Back Up On His Feet Following His Star Wars: Episode VII Injury

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  1. Harrison Ford is walking tall! The Star Wars star was spotted at Santa Monica Airport on Tuesday without his hands-free crutch! He was standing completely Indy-pendently! Not only that! He ... FULL ARTICLE AT Perez Hilton

  2. There's new hope for Harrison Ford -- 6 weeks after his infamous Millennium Falcon disaster ... he's recovered enough that he no longer looks lke a damaged droid.Han Solo ... FULL ARTICLE AT TMZ

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  1. No crutches! Harrison Ford pictured walking without aid as he recovers from foot injury

    HE'S been stuck in a cast for the past month or so after a hydraulic door reportedly fell on his foot on the set of Star Wars, but it ... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Express

  2. Harrison Ford ready for filming six weeks after breaking leg

    Harrison Ford is resuming work on the upcoming Star Wars sequel, weeks after breaking his leg. FULL ARTICLE AT Womens Lifestyle Magazine

  3. Star War 7: Harrison Ford pictured walking solo without crutch after breaking leg on Millennium Falcon

    Best foot Ford-ward for Star Wars actor Harrison, as he continues his recovery from a broken leg sustained FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  4. Harrison Ford was recently spotted walking without a cast on his leg or crutches in Santa Monica just six weeks after the injury occurred. The veteran actor might be preparing ... FULL ARTICLE AT Los Angeles Herald

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Harrison Ford (born July 13, 1942) is an American film actor and producer. Ford is best known for his performances as Han Solo in the original Star Wars trilogy and as the title character in the Indiana Jones film series. He is also known for his roles as Rick Deckard in Blade Runner, as John Book in Witness and as Jack Ryan in Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger. His four-decade career... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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