Harrison Ford, in a very early appearance, plays a character whose father was a carpenter. Three years later, Ford would largely abandon acting for a career as a carpenter. As a carpenter, he was hired to build cabinets for George Lucas, who cast him first as a supporting actor in American Graffitti (1973), and just a few years later as Han Solo, the role that propelled him to star status.
Mark: You told him.
Ironside: He needed telling.
Mark: Yeah, but you wasted the phone call. If we had a window put in this buzzard's roost, he'd have heard you all the way back in New York.
Ironside: I suppose I woke you up.
Mark: That you did.
Ironside: About time you got out of the the sack.
Mark: It's about time you hit the sack, isn't it?
Ironside: Well, I struck out. Commissioner says we play this one by the book.
Eve: Too bad we can't rewrite the book.
Ironside: Who says we can't?
Ed: Chief, people say you're ruthless. Is that true?
Ironside: Only when I want something.
Ironside: Well, now that I look at you, Commissioner, you do seem a bit shaggy around the collar. However, you have to make an appointment for that chair.
Commissioner: Of course, I could take my business someplace else. Welcome home, Bob.
Ironside: Thank you. It's heartwarming to find you like this.