Harrison Ford

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If a do-gooder has a name, it must be Harrison Ford.

The Indiana Jones star took time out of his Christmas Eve Monday to join Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa in serving food to homeless families at a shelter on Skid Row.

Ford and the mayor turned up at the Los Angeles Mission, where they took part in what's now a 25-year-old tradition helping feed an estimated 4000 of the city's less fortunate and spreading some holiday cheer.

"I wish them all the best," the 70-year-old actor told local station KTLA-TV. "I'm happy that they're here, and I hope they understand that people are concerned about their welfare."

When he wasn't lending a hand, we presume Ford spent the rest of his Christmas with his actress-wife Calista Flockhart at the home they share in nearby Brentwood.

See what other celebs helped out during the holidays

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