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LOVE the early Har­ri­son Ford films. When he wasn’t be­ing Han Solo or In­di­ana Jones he liked play­ing in­no­cent guys ac­cused of mur­der. In The Fugi­tive he is a doc­tor on the run, fight­ing to clear his name af­ter his wife is mur­dered, and in Pre­sumed In­no­cent ( Satur­day, 11.45pm, Nine) he is a pub­lic pros­e­cu­tor, fight­ing to clear his name af­ter his girl­friend is mur­dered. It’s a crack­ing yarn based on Scott Turow’s novel and if, like this col­umn, you find even bad court­room dra­mas ir­re­sistible, don’t miss this one. The Day Af­ter To­mor­row ( Satur­day, 8.40pm, Seven, NSW, Queens­land only) was Hol­ly­wood’s first sum­mer block­buster based on global warm­ing. Con­ser­va­tives hated it for tak­ing the sub­ject

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