Jane Seymour Fonda (* Dezember in New York) ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Bürgerrechtlerin und Klimaschutzaktivistin. Die zweifache. Er war Sohn der Hollywood-Legende Henry Fonda und weit weniger bekannt als seine Schwester Jane, doch mit einem Film erreichte er. Henry Jaynes Fonda (* Mai in Grand Island, Nebraska; † August in Los Angeles, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler.
Jane Seymour Fonda ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Bürgerrechtlerin und Klimaschutzaktivistin. Die zweifache Oscar-Preisträgerin entwickelte sich in den er und er Jahren vom Sexsymbol zu einer ernsthaften Charakterdarstellerin. Henry Jaynes Fonda (* Mai in Grand Island, Nebraska; † August in Los Angeles, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler. Jane Seymour Fonda (* Dezember in New York) ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Bürgerrechtlerin und Klimaschutzaktivistin. Die zweifache. Sie war nicht mehr auf diesem Planeten, seit Jane Fonda Stulpen getragen hat. N-a mai fost pe planeta asta de când Jane Fonda purta ghetre. Ich sag's ja, das. Du kannst seine Heldin sein, wie Margaret O'Sullivan in "Laßt uns leben", die dafür kämpft, Henry Fonda zu retten. Eu am deprogramat-o cu succes pe Jane. Fonda ist eine Agentur für Digitale Medien und Kommunikation mit Sitz in Wien. Wir sind im Kern eine Online Agentur, beschränken uns aber nicht auf online. Er war Sohn der Hollywood-Legende Henry Fonda und weit weniger bekannt als seine Schwester Jane, doch mit einem Film erreichte er.
Er war Sohn der Hollywood-Legende Henry Fonda und weit weniger bekannt als seine Schwester Jane, doch mit einem Film erreichte er. Du kannst seine Heldin sein, wie Margaret O'Sullivan in "Laßt uns leben", die dafür kämpft, Henry Fonda zu retten. Eu am deprogramat-o cu succes pe Jane. Jane Seymour Fonda ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Bürgerrechtlerin und Klimaschutzaktivistin. Die zweifache Oscar-Preisträgerin entwickelte sich in den er und er Jahren vom Sexsymbol zu einer ernsthaften Charakterdarstellerin.
If I was used, I allowed it to happen But the photo exists, delivering its message regardless of what I was doing or feeling. I carry this heavy in my heart.
I have apologized numerous times for any pain I may have caused servicemen and their families because of this photograph. It was never my intention to cause harm.
Fonda made radio broadcasts on Hanoi Radio throughout her two-week tour, describing her visits to villages, hospitals, schools, and factories that had been bombed, and denouncing U.
When stories of torture of returning POWs were later being publicized by the Nixon administration, Fonda said that those making such claims were "hypocrites and liars and pawns", adding about the prisoners she visited, "These were not men who had been tortured.
These were not men who had been starved. These were not men who had been brainwashed. Fonda, as well as the named POWs, have denied the rumors,  and subsequent interviews with the POWs showed these allegations to be false—the persons named had never met Fonda.
In , Fonda helped fund and organize the Indochina Peace Campaign, which  continued to mobilize antiwar activists in the US after the Paris Peace Agreement , until when the United States withdrew from Vietnam.
Because of her tour of North Vietnam during wartime and the subsequent rumors, resentment against her persists among some veterans and serving U.
For example, when a U. Naval Academy plebe ritually shouted out "Goodnight, Jane Fonda! Smith, a U. Navy veteran, was arrested for disorderly conduct in Kansas City, Missouri , after he spat chewing tobacco in Fonda's face during a book-signing event for her autobiography, My Life So Far.
He told reporters that he "consider[ed] it a debt of honor", adding "she spit in our faces for 37 years. It was absolutely worth it.
There are a lot of veterans who would love to do what I did. In a interview with Barbara Walters , Fonda expressed regret for some of her comments and actions, stating:.
I would like to say something, not just to Vietnam veterans in New England, but to men who were in Vietnam, who I hurt, or whose pain I caused to deepen because of things that I said or did.
I was trying to help end the killing and the war, but there were times when I was thoughtless and careless about it and I'm very sorry that I hurt them.
And I want to apologize to them and their families. I will go to my grave regretting the photograph of me in an anti-aircraft gun, which looks like I was trying to shoot at American planes.
It hurt so many soldiers. It galvanized such hostility. It was the most horrible thing I could possibly have done.
It was just thoughtless. In a 60 Minutes interview on March 31, , Fonda reiterated that she had no regrets about her trip to North Vietnam in , with the exception of the anti-aircraft-gun photo.
She stated that the incident was a "betrayal" of American forces and of the "country that gave me privilege". Both sides were using the POWs for propaganda It's not something that I will apologize for.
On November 3, , Fonda was arrested by authorities at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on suspicion of drug trafficking.
Fonda alleged that the arresting officer told her he was acting on direct orders from the Nixon White House. I think they hoped this 'scandal' would cause the college speeches to be canceled and ruin my respectability.
Fonda's mugshot from the arrest, in which she raises her fist in a sign of solidarity, has since become a widely published image of the actress.
In early March , in an interview with Brie Larson , published by People magazine, Fonda stated, "One of the great things the women's movement has done is to make us realise that rape and abuse is not our fault.
We were violated and it's not right. I know young girls who've been raped and didn't even know it was rape. They think, 'It must have been because I said 'no' the wrong way.
Through her work, Fonda said she wants to help abuse victims "realize that [rape and abuse] is not our fault".
Fonda said that her difficult past led her to become such a passionate activist for women's rights. The actress is an active supporter of the V-Day movement, which works to stop violence against women and girls.
In , she established the Jane Fonda Center for Adolescent Reproductive Health, which aims to help prevent teen pregnancy.
She was a victim of the "disease to please" in her early life, which plagued many American females of her generation. Fonda revealed in that her mother, Frances Ford Seymour , was recurrently sexually abused as young as eight, and this may have led to her suicide when Jane was Fonda has been a longtime supporter of feminist causes, including V-Day , a movement to stop violence against women, inspired by the off-Broadway hit The Vagina Monologues , of which she is an honorary chairperson.
She was at the first summit in , bringing together founder Eve Ensler , Afghan women oppressed by the Taliban , and a Kenyan activist campaigning to save girls from genital mutilation.
In , she established the Jane Fonda Center for Adolescent Reproductive Health at Emory University in Atlanta to help prevent adolescent pregnancy through training and program development.
In the days before the September 17, Swedish elections, Fonda went to Sweden to support the new political party Feministiskt initiativ in their election campaign.
In My Life So Far , Fonda stated that she considers patriarchy to be harmful to men as well as women. She also states that for many years, she feared to call herself a feminist, because she believed that all feminists were "anti-male".
But now, with her increased understanding of patriarchy, she feels that feminism is beneficial to both men and women, and states that she "still loves men", adding that when she divorced Ted Turner, she felt like she had also divorced the world of patriarchy, and was very happy to have done so.
In April , Fonda said that while she was 'glad' that Bernie Sanders was running, she predicted Hillary Clinton would become the first female president , whose win Fonda believed would result in a "violent backlash".
Fonda went on to say that we need to "help men understand why they are so threatened — and change the way we view masculinity". Fonda went to Seattle , in to support a group of Native Americans who were led by Bernie Whitebear.
The group had occupied part of the grounds of Fort Lawton , which was in the process of being surplussed by the United States Army and turned into a park.
The group was attempting to secure a land base where they could establish services for the sizable local urban Indian population, protesting that "Indians had a right to part of the land that was originally all theirs.
In addition to environmental reasons, Fonda has been a critic of oil pipelines because of their being built without consent on Native American Land.
In , Fonda responded to American President Donald Trump's mandate to resume construction of the controversial North Dakota Pipelines by saying that Trump "does this illegally because he has not gotten consent from the tribes through whose countries this goes" and pointing out that "the U.
In December , Fonda visited Israel and the West Bank as part of a tour focusing on stopping violence against women.
She later visited Jewish and Arab doctors, and patients at a Jerusalem hospital, followed by visits to Ramallah to see a physical rehabilitation center and Palestinian refugee camp.
In September , she was one of more than 1, signatories to a letter protesting the Toronto International Film Festival 's spotlight on Tel Aviv. Fonda, in The Huffington Post , said she regretted some of the language used in the original protest letter and how it "was perhaps too easily misunderstood.
It certainly has been wildly distorted. Contrary to the lies that have been circulated, the protest letter was not demonizing Israeli films and filmmakers.
That's the way to show Israel's commitment to peace, not a PR campaign. There will be no two-state solution unless this happens. I am for the two-state solution.
I have been to Israel many times and love the country and its people. Fonda argued that the military campaign in Iraq will turn people all over the world against America, and asserted that a global hatred of America would result in more terrorist attacks in the aftermath of the war.
In July , Fonda announced plans to make an anti-war bus tour in March with her daughter and several families of military veterans, saying that some war veterans she had met while on her book tour had urged her to speak out against the Iraq War.
In September , Fonda was scheduled to join British politician and anti-war activist George Galloway at two stops on his U.
She canceled her appearances at the last minute, citing instructions from her doctors to avoid travel following recent hip surgery.
In the presidential election , her name was used as a disparaging epithet against John Kerry , a former VVAW leader, who was then the Democratic Party presidential candidate.
Kerry's opponents also circulated a photograph showing Fonda and Kerry in the same large crowd at a anti-war rally, though they sat several rows apart.
In July, she marched in a Toronto protest called the "March for Jobs, Justice, and Climate", which was organized by dozens of nonprofits, labor unions, and environmental activists, including Canadian author Naomi Klein.
The march aimed to show businesses and politicians alike that climate change is inherently linked to issues that may seem unrelated.
In addition to issues of civil rights, Fonda has been an opponent of oil developments and their adverse effects on the environment.
In , while on a trip with Greenpeace to protest oil developments, Fonda criticized Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying at the summit on climate change in Paris, known as the Paris agreement , Trudeau "talked so beautifully of needing to meet the requirements of the climate treaty and to respect and hold to the treaties with indigenous people In October , Fonda was arrested three times in consecutive weeks protesting climate change outside the United States Capitol in Washington, D.
The book describes her life as a series of three acts, each thirty years long, and declares that her third "act" will be her most significant, partly because of her commitment to the Christian religion , and that it will determine the things for which she will be remembered.
Fonda's autobiography was well received by book critics and noted to be "as beguiling and as maddening as Jane Fonda herself" in its review in The Washington Post , calling her a "beautiful bundle of contradictions".
In January , Fonda started chronicling her Broadway return in a blog with posts about topics ranging from her Pilates class to fears and excitement about her new play.
She uses Twitter and has a Facebook page. In , Fonda published a new book: Prime Time: Love, health, sex, fitness, friendship, spirit — making the most of all of your life.
It offers stories from her own life as well as from the lives of others, giving her perspective on how to better live what she calls "the critical years from 45 and 50, and especially from 60 and beyond".
Fonda's charitable works have focused on youth and education, adolescent reproductive health, environment, human services, and the arts. Fonda marketed her highly-successful line of exercise videos and books in order to fund the Campaign for Economic Democracy , a California lobbying organization she founded with her second husband Tom Hayden in In the mid s, Fonda founded the Jane Fonda Foundation in with one million dollars of her own money as a charitable corporation with herself as president, chair, director and secretary; Fonda contributes 10 hours each week on its behalf.
Fonda writes in her autobiography that she lost her virginity to actor James Franciscus at age Not legally, just separated.
We're friends. On January 19, , three days after obtaining a divorce from Vadim in Santo Domingo ,  Fonda married activist Tom Hayden in a free-form ceremony at her home in Laurel Canyon.
Fonda married her third husband, cable television tycoon and CNN founder Ted Turner , on December 21, at a ranch near Capps, Florida , about 20 miles east of Tallahassee.
Seven years of celibacy followed,  then from —08 Fonda was the companion of widowered management consultant Lynden Gillis.
In mid, Fonda began a relationship with record producer Richard Perry. It ended in January I'm not cut out for it! Patricia Bosworth 's biography of Fonda notes that over the span of her career, the star also has been rumored to be romantically linked to numerous men including co-stars Alain Delon , Kris Kristofferson and Jimmy Smits , musician Mick Jagger , cinematographer Sven Nykvist , talk show host Geraldo Rivera , columnist Robert Scheer and slain hairdresser Jay Sebring , but most of these liaisons are unconfirmed so far.
In a interview, Fonda stated that up to the age of 62, she always felt she had to seek the validation of men in order to prove to herself that she had value as a person, something she attributes to the early death of her mother's leaving her without a female role model.
As a consequence, she attached herself to " alpha males ", some of whom reinforced her feelings of inadequacy, despite her professional success.
Fonda said that she came to see that attitude as a failing of the men in her life: "Some men have a hard time realizing that the woman they're married to is strong and smart and they have to diminish that, because it makes them feel diminished.
Too bad we have defined masculinity in such a way that it's so easily shamed. Fonda grew up atheist but turned to Christianity in the early s.
She describes her beliefs as being "outside of established religion" with a more feminist slant and views God as something that "lives within each of us as Spirit or soul ".
As a child, Fonda suffered from a poor self-image and lacked confidence in her appearance, an issue exacerbated by her father Henry Fonda. About that, Fonda said:.
I was raised in the '50s. I was taught by my father [actor Henry Fonda] that how I looked was all that mattered, frankly. He was a good man, and I was mad for him, but he sent messages to me that fathers should not send: Unless you look perfect, you're not going to be loved.
In adulthood, Fonda developed bulimia , which took a toll on her quality of life for many years, an issue that also affected her mother Frances Ford Seymour , who died by suicide when Fonda was On the subject of her recovery from bulimia, Fonda said,.
It was in my 40s, and if you suffer from bulimia , the older you get, the worse it gets. It takes longer to recover from a bout I had a career, I was winning awards, I was supporting nonprofits, I had a family.
I had to make a choice: I live or I die. Fonda was diagnosed with breast cancer and osteoporosis in her later years.
In , she was awarded the Women in Film Crystal Award. She was one of fifteen women selected to appear on the cover of the September issue of British Vogue , by guest editor Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
In , she was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American actress.
Fonda at the Cannes Film Festival. Actress writer political activist environmentalist. Roger Vadim. Tom Hayden. Ted Turner. Jane Fonda did an extraordinary job with her part.
She is a splendid actress with a strong analytical mind which sometimes gets in her way, and with an incredible technique and control of emotion; she can cry at will, on cue, mere drops or buckets, as the scene demands I thought Jane well deserved the Oscar she should have got.
See also: Opposition to the Iraq War. Main article: Jane Fonda filmography. Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Jane Fonda.
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He was acclaimed for his role in The Ox-Bow Incident After the war, Fonda took a break from movies and attended Hollywood parties and enjoyed civilian life.
Fonda did seven postwar films until his contract with Fox expired, the last being Otto Preminger 's Daisy Kenyon , opposite Joan Crawford.
He starred in The Fugitive , which was the first film of Ford's new production company, Argosy Pictures. Refusing another long-term studio contract, Fonda returned to Broadway, wearing his own officer's cap to originate the title role in Mister Roberts , a comedy about the U.
Douglas A. Roberts wages a private war against a tyrannical captain. He won a Tony Award for the part. Fonda followed that by reprising his performance in the national tour and with successful stage runs in Point of No Return and The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial.
After an eight-year absence from films, he starred in the same role in the film version of Mister Roberts with James Cagney , William Powell , and Jack Lemmon , continuing a pattern of bringing his acclaimed stage roles to life on the big screen.
On the set of Mister Roberts , Fonda came to blows with director John Ford , who punched him during filming, and Fonda vowed never to work for the director again.
Fonda refused to participate until he learned that Ford had insisted on casting Fonda as the lead in the film version of Mr. Roberts , reviving Fonda's film career after concentrating on the stage for years.
After Mr. Fonda worked with Alfred Hitchcock in , playing a man falsely accused of robbery in The Wrong Man ; the unusual semidocumentary work of Hitchcock was based on an actual incident and partly filmed on location.
In Fonda made his first foray into producing with 12 Angry Men , in which he also starred. The film was based on a teleplay and a script by Reginald Rose , and directed by Sidney Lumet.
The low-budget production was completed in 17 days of filming, mostly in one claustrophobic jury room. It had a strong cast, including also Jack Klugman , Lee J.
Cobb , Martin Balsam , and E. The intense story about twelve jurors deciding the fate of a young man accused of murder was well received by critics worldwide.
Early on, the film drew poorly, but after gaining recognition and awards, it proved a success. In spite of the outcome, Fonda vowed that he would never produce a movie again, fearing that failing as a producer might derail his acting career.
His co-stars were Allen Case and Read Morgan. He also returned to more light-hearted cinema in Spencer's Mountain , which was the inspiration for the s TV series, The Waltons , based on the Great Depression of the s memories of Earl Hamner, Jr.
After initially turning down the role, he was convinced to accept it by actor Eli Wallach and director Sergio Leone who had previously tried to hire him to portray the Man with No Name in his Dollars Trilogy , a role that was later taken on by Clint Eastwood , who flew from Italy to the United States to persuade him to take the part.
Fonda had planned on wearing a pair of brown-colored contact lenses , but Leone preferred the paradox of contrasting close-up shots of Fonda's innocent-looking blue eyes with the vicious personality of the character Fonda portrayed.
Fonda's relationship with Jimmy Stewart survived their disagreements over politics — Fonda was a liberal Democrat , and Stewart a conservative Republican.
After a heated argument, they avoided talking politics with each other. The two men teamed up for 's Firecreek , where Fonda again played the heavy.
In Fonda and Stewart co-starred in the western The Cheyenne Social Club , in which they humorously argued politics.
They had first appeared together on film in On Our Merry Way , an episodic comedy which also starred William Demarest and Fred MacMurray and featured a grown-up Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer , who had acted as a child in the Our Gang movie serials of the s.
Despite approaching his seventies, Fonda continued to work in theater, television and film through the s. Fonda returned to both foreign and television productions, which provided career sustenance through a decade in which many aging screen actors suffered waning careers.
After the unsuccessful Hollywood melodrama, Ash Wednesday , he filmed three Italian productions released in and The most successful of these, My Name Is Nobody , presented Fonda in a rare comedic performance as an old gunslinger whose plans to retire are dampened by a "fan" of sorts.
Fonda continued stage acting throughout his last years, including several demanding roles in Broadway plays. He returned to Broadway in for the biographical drama, Clarence Darrow , for which he was nominated for a Tony Award.
Fonda's health had been deteriorating for years, but his first outward symptoms occurred after a performance of the play in April , when he collapsed from exhaustion.
After the appearance of a cardiac arrhythmia brought on by prostate cancer , he had a pacemaker installed following cancer surgery.
Fonda returned to the play in After the run of a play, First Monday of October , he took the advice of his doctors and quit plays, though he continued to star in films and television.
Stadlen , Richard X. Slattery , and Pepper Martin were among the cast with Edwin Sherin directing. In , Fonda appeared in several notable television productions, the first being Collision Course , the story of the volatile relationship between President Harry Truman E.
Fonda finished the s in a number of disaster films. The first of these was the Italian killer octopus thriller Tentacles and Rollercoaster , in which Fonda appeared with Richard Widmark and a young Helen Hunt.
As Fonda's health declined and he took longer breaks between filming, critics began to acknowledge the value of his extensive body of work.
Fonda continued to act into the early s, though all but one of the productions in which he was featured before his death were for television.
The television works included the live performance of Preston Jones 's The Oldest Living Graduate and the Emmy-nominated Gideon's Trumpet co-starring Fay Wray in her last performance about Clarence Gideon 's fight to have the right to publicly funded legal counsel for the indigent.
On Golden Pond in , the film adaptation of Ernest Thompson 's play, marked one final professional and personal triumph for Fonda.
Directed by Mark Rydell , the project provided unprecedented collaborations between Fonda and Katharine Hepburn, along with Fonda and his daughter, Jane.
The elder Fonda played an emotionally brittle and distant father who becomes more accessible at the end of his life.
Jane Fonda has said that elements of the story mimicked their real-life relationship, and helped them resolve certain issues.
She bought the film rights in the hope that her father would play the role, and later described it as "a gift to my father that was so unbelievably successful.
Premiered in December , the film was well received by critics, and after a limited release on December 4, On Golden Pond developed enough of an audience to be widely released on January Fonda was by that point too ill to attend the ceremony, and his daughter Jane accepted on his behalf.
She said when accepting the award that her dad would probably quip, "Well, ain't I lucky. Fonda's final performance was in the television drama Summer Solstice  with Myrna Loy.
It was filmed after On Golden Pond had wrapped and Fonda was in rapidly declining health. Fonda was married five times and had three children, one of them adopted.
His marriage to Margaret Sullavan in soon ended in separation, which was finalized in a divorce. Fonda met his future wife Frances at Denham Studios in England on the set of Wings of the Morning ,  the first British picture to be filmed in Technicolor.
They had two children, Jane born December 21, and Peter February 23, - August 16, , both of whom became successful actors.
In August , Fonda announced to Frances that he wanted a divorce so he could remarry; their 13 years of marriage had not been happy ones for him.
She committed suicide there on April Before her death, she had written six notes to various individuals, but left no final message for her husband.
Fonda quickly arranged a private funeral with only himself and his mother-in-law, Sophie Seymour, in attendance.
Margaret Gibson, the psychiatrist who had treated Frances at Austen Riggs, described Henry Fonda as "a cold, self-absorbed person, a complete narcissist.
Later in , Fonda married Susan Blanchard , his mistress. She was 21 years old, the daughter of Australian-born interior designer Dorothy Hammerstein , and the step-daughter of Oscar Hammerstein II.
Blanchard was in awe of Fonda, and she described her role in the marriage as "a geisha", doing everything she could to please him, dealing with and solving problems he would not acknowledge.
In Fonda married the Italian baroness Afdera Franchetti. Soon after, in , Fonda married Shirlee Mae Adams born in , and remained with her until his death in Fonda's relationship with his children has been described as "emotionally distant".
Fonda loathed displays of feeling in himself or others, and this was a consistent part of his character.
Whenever he felt that his emotional wall was being breached, he had outbursts of anger, exhibiting a furious temper that terrified his family.
He never volunteered to his father that he loved him until he was elderly, and Peter finally heard, "I love you, son. Their relationship became extremely strained as Jane Fonda became a left-wing activist.
Jane Fonda reported feeling detached from her father, especially during her early acting days. In she met Lee Strasberg while visiting her father at Malibu.
The Fonda and Strasberg families were neighbors, and she had developed a friendship with Strasberg's daughter, Susan. Jane Fonda began studying acting with Strasberg, learning the techniques of " The Method " of which Strasberg was a renowned proponent.
This proved to be a pivotal point in her career. As Jane Fonda developed her skill as an actress, she became frustrated with her father's talent that, to her, appeared a demonstration of effortless ability.
Fonda was an ardent supporter of the Democratic Party and "an admirer" of U. President Franklin D. In the late s, when Jane Fonda asked her father how he prepared before going on stage, she was baffled by his answer, "I don't know, I stand there, I think about my wife, Afdera, I don't know.
I don't mean to suggest that I have any feelings one way or the other about it I don't know what the Method is and I don't care what the Method is.
Everybody's got a method. Everybody can't articulate about their method, and I can't, if I have a method—and Jane sometimes says that I use the Method, that is, the capital letter Method, without being aware of it.
Maybe I do; it doesn't matter. Aronowitz reported Jane saying, "My father can't articulate the way he works. He just can't do it.
He's not even conscious of what he does, and it made him nervous for me to try to articulate what I was trying to do.
And I sensed that immediately, so we did very little talking about it He wanted to make fun of it.
Fonda died at his Los Angeles home on August 12, , from heart disease. Fonda's wife, Shirlee, his daughter Jane, and his son Peter were at his side that day.
Fonda requested that no funeral be held, and his body was cremated. President Ronald Reagan , a former actor himself, hailed Fonda as "a true professional dedicated to excellence in his craft.
He graced the screen with a sincerity and accuracy which made him a legend. Fonda is widely recognized as one of the Hollywood greats of the classic era.
Also in May , the United States Post Office released a cent postage stamp with an artist's drawing of Fonda as part of their "Hollywood legends" series.
Philip D. Beidler comments that "one of the novel's great absurd jokes is the character's bewildering resemblance to Henry Fonda".
From the beginning of his career in through his last projects in , Fonda appeared in films, television programs, and shorts.
Through the course of his career, he appeared in many films, including such classics as 12 Angry Men and The Ox-Bow Incident.
Fonda made his mark in Westerns which included his most villainous role as Frank in Once Upon a Time in the West and war films, and made frequent appearances in both television and foreign productions late in his career.
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