Sure, his stint as Han Solo in Star Wars is what made Harrison Ford a star, but that was far from his first acting gig. There were many roles that preceded it. However, well before he even got involved with American Graffiti in 1973, or counseled older folks on Love, American Style in 1969, Ford got his cinematic acting start in 1966, with an uncredited spot as a bellhop in Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round.
The crime film starred James Coburn as Eli Kotch, a conman who gets paroled by seducing his prison psychiatrist, and then goes even further with his seductive ways to pull off a new bank heist. In this scene, Ford walks around saying: "Paging Mr. Ellis," and has a brief discussion with Coburn before once again continuing his hunt for this Ellis dude.
I wonder if he ever would have believed that a whopping 41 years later, he'd be not only a huge star, but an action hero with a new action movie coming out? The man has definitely aged well.