Harrison Ford, who's making the rounds promoting 'Morning Glory,' doesn't do much to combat the "curmudgeon" label he wears around his neck, although he does have a certain fondness for poking a little fun at 'Star Wars' creator George Lucas, so it's pretty tough to complain.

The latest dollop of Ford crankiness comes from a new ABC interview in which the actor, 68, bemoans the lack of a Han Solo death scene in the third 'Star Wars' film:

"As a character, he was not so interesting to me," Ford admits during a sit-down with movie critic Peter Travers. "I thought he should have died in the last one."

And he follows up with an amusing quip about how Lucas would've had trouble selling "dead Han" toys. Oh, Harrison, you rascally little cynic, you.