Irish women confess love for Ford at 'Indiana Jones' premiere

The cream of Irish ladies turned up at the Irish premiere of 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystall Skull' in Dublin's Savoy Cinema.

Former Miss World Roseanna Davidson, well known socialite Glenda Gilson and TV3's Lisa Cannon were all gushing about the legendary Harrison Ford, who although in his sixties still has what it takes to make the ladies gush.

Famed archaeologist Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones is called back into action when he becomes entangled in a Soviet plot to uncover the secret behind mysterious artefacts known as the Crystal Skulls. As the plot unfolds, Dr Jones shows that in his fourth instalment he still has what it takes to keep the audience gripped in this visual roller coaster.

The film opens in cinemas across the country from the May 22.

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