In many of his movies Harrison Ford has portrayed roles that have fallen along the lines of a good man fighting desperate odds to save or protect his wife or family from danger. Some of these include 'Air Force One', 'Firewall', 'Frantic', 'Random Hearts', 'The Fugitive', 'Patriot Games'.
As witnessed in many of his movies like in 'Star Wars', 'The Mosquito Coast', 'Witness', 'Clear and Present Danger', 'K-19: The Widow Maker', 'Extraordinary Measures', 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade', 'Air Force One', Harrison Ford has the compulsive tendency to raise his index finger two point furiously during intense anger, as an exemplification of rage.
What has come to be known as “the Finger of Doom,” in online circles, Harrison Ford’s pointing fixation has pretty much found its way into every Harrison Ford movie under the sun over the course of his career. And once you start imagining him doing it, it’s impossible to get it out of your head. Yes, Ford’s index finger is one of his secret weapons: whenever he needs to “get angry” with somebody, or threaten their livelihood, up comes that iconic finger.
It’d be interesting to know what, exactly, inspired Ford to lift that finger up into
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