|Also Known As:|
|Works:||American Graffiti, Hanover Street, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Blade Runner, The Fugitive, Witness, The Virginian|
|Fan Website(s):||Harrison Ford Web|
|On Fanlore:||Related pages|
Relationship to FandomFord has had an uneasy relationship with fandom. In 1981, a fan wrote to the Harrison Ford zine, Rogue's Gallery #3 about their zine's beginning:
I'm not surprised that you haven't heard from Harrison about the fan club. We started out intending to be a fan club, got in touch with Pat McQueeney  and got the ball rolling. It didn't roll very far. Harrison said flatly that he didn't want any kind of club! Ok, we're flexible. So we went ahead with the club zine, FACETS, AND he's quite happy with it this way, I guess. 
This connection was established, though did not bring as much joy as fans had hoped. In 1985, Emerson wrote McQueeney asking her to ask Ford if he would attend Harrison Ford Mini Con. McQueeney's answer was discouraging. See The McQueeney Letter.
In 1997, Ford said: "I lost my privacy in a pact with the devil but I don't want your sympathy." 
Harrison Ford fanzines started as an offshoot of Star Wars fanzines, and were usually Han Solo-centric zines that branched out to include fan fiction from the Indiana Jones movies, Witness, and other films starring Ford. They usually included gen and het stories, sometimes explicit, that paired Ford's characters with female characters from the movies or original characters.
Through the 80s and 90s, there were several long-running Harrison Ford fanzines, such as Facets (10 issues, 1979 - 1983), Flip of a Coin (17 issues at least, 1983 - 1996), and Choice Parts, which often included fanfiction from Ford's films, including (but not limited to) Star Wars and Indiana Jones. The Fanzine Library collection of Ford zines also includes four issues of Absorbing Ford (4 issues, 1982-1985).
Harrison Ford Fan fiction had its own section on the Corellian Embassy archive.
Harrison Ford Fanzines
|Zine Title||Year of Publication|
|Crack of a Whip|
|Fans of Ford Newsletter||1982-1984|
|Flip of a Coin||1983-1996|
|Fortune and Glory||1985-1989|
|Harrison Ford Filmography||1982|
|Harrison Ford Fun Book||1983|
|Know Where Your Heroes Are||1983|
|VHF: The Complete Book of Lyrics||1982|
|Well of the Souls||1982-1991|
- In 2009, a Vimeo community for Harrison Ford-related vids was just at harrisonfordfanvideos.
- VHF, set of nine audiotapes of filk songs about many of Ford's roles (1982-1984)
- Harrison Ford Calendar (2002-2003)
- RPF: e.g. works tagged Harrison Ford at Archive of Our Own
- Harrison Ford's publicity agent
- comment by Jane Firmstone in Rogue's Gallery #3
- from an interview or article in "Express," September 10, 1997