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PRE-FAME CAMEO OF HARRISON FORD 'ROUTE 66' FROM 1962

Harrison Ford as a surfer goon on Route 66 Harrison Ford "Ever Ride the Waves in Oklahoma?" facing George Maharis
With the usual chip on his shoulder, George Maharis as Buz wants to not only learn how to surf in ten days, but take on the Huntington Beach, California champ played by THE BORN LOSERS actor Jeremy Slate...

Harrison Ford plays surf guru bodyguard on Route 66
The reason, another surfer died trying to beat the surf king by weaving through the pier (which yours truly has been on... not under... many times)...

And later, when Buz enters a surf party, about to face off with his soon-to-be rival, one surfer steps up close, about to fight: Harrison Ford in an uncredited cameo... but he's both called off by his "boss" and especially with a hand gesture, warned by the tough New York native...

It's cool to see the future Han Solo and Indiana Jones in Huntington Beach, although his scenes are interior, and he has no lines but is an important cameo given the way he parts through the surfers, who'd all just been dancing. He's obviously the bouncer of the bunch. And so, this is proof of a Harrison Ford Route 66 cameo shown here, for the first time online. Not only is it years before STAR WARS and RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, but it's eleven years after AMERICAN GRAFFITI, which is, in itself, a "young non-famous Harrison Ford" role.
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The Han Solo & Indiana Jones grin: Harrison Ford Route 66 Season 3 "Ever Ride the Waves in Oklahoma?"
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