Harrison Ford and lover Calista Flockhart served a Thanksgiving meal to homeless people on Wednesday.
The Hollywood couple donned red aprons and plastic gloves to help hand out turkey drumsticks, mash potatoes and gravy to more than 3,000 needy people for the Los Angeles Mission's annual event in the downtown area of the city known as Skid Row.
Other celebrities who volunteered to help with the charity feast - which took place the day before the annual US holiday - included actress Nia Long and actor Kirk Douglas.
Los Angeles' Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who has been volunteering for a decade, also helped clean the feet of some of the homeless.
Douglas - who helped set up the mission's Anne Douglas Center for Women - insisted the event has a profound effect on the helpers.
He said, "It is inspiring to see the actors and politicians come and help serve. Their involvement will help their souls as much as it helps the guests being served."
The homeless were also treated to entertainment provided by a house band, as they drank bright green and orange punch at rows of tables set up outside the venue.