Actress, Jane Fonda, was born Lady Jayne Seymour Fonda on Dec 21, 1937 in New York City, NY. As of December 2022, Jane Fonda was 85 years old.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
|1969||Best Actress||They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)||Gloria Beatty||Nominated|
|1971||Best Actress||Klute (1971)||Bree Daniel||Won|
|1977||Best Actress||Julia (1977)||Lillian Hellman||Nominated|
|1978||Best Actress||Coming Home (1978)||Sally Hyde||Won|
|1979||Best Actress||The China Syndrome (1979)||Kimberly Wells||Nominated|
|1981||Best Supporting Actress||On Golden Pond (1981)||Chelsea Thayer Wayne||Nominated|
|1986||Best Actress||The Morning After (1986)||Alex Sternbergen||Nominated|
On Blu-ray: and Rod Taylor Sizzle in Sunday in New York (1963)By KC on Jul 28, 2020 From Classic Movies
Sunday in New York (1963) is full of men deeply and ridiculously occupied with preserving the virtue of one woman. You could say it’s of its time, though that’s not entirely true. The elements of the film that haven’t aged well are much less cringe worthy because of a well-matched ... Read full article
Klute (1971): Starring and Donald SutherlandBy 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 5, 2020 From 4 Star Films
There was arguably no man more well-versed in 70s paranoia thrillers than director Alan J. Pakula and if we want to consider the genesis of his “paranoia trilogy,” we must begin with Klute. Aside from the thematic elements and Pakula’s evolving pedigree, it is the partnership with ... Read full article
TCM Classic Film Festival 2013--Saturday with and Cybill Shepherd at the Chinese Theateron Jun 19, 2013 From GlamAmor
Though my Friday night at the recent TCM Classic Film Festival was a late one due to my hosting A Foreign Affair (and then afterward toasting with champagne), I still knew I would have to rise and shine early Saturday morning. Each year of the festival, TCM has hosted a handprint ceremony at Grauma... Read full article
LIVE FROM THE TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL, DAY 3: ’s Handprint Ceremony, “On Golden Pond,” “The Lady Eve,” “Mildred Pierce”By Lara on Apr 28, 2013 From Backlots
Day 3 started with a bang, as the first event of the day was a very special one. was scheduled to have her hand and footprints put in the courtyard of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, right alongside those of her father, Henry Fonda. The event was very crowded, and the security tight and ... Read full article
News From the Lake: at TCM Film Festival, Dakota Fanning in Errol Flynn StoryBy Kristen on Jan 27, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
I figured I’ll do this whenever I have a few items worth discussing. ?I’ll refrain from setting a weekly schedule just in the interest of timeliness. ?In this installment, we’ll discuss casting in a new Errol Flynn biopic as well as updates on the upcoming TCM Classic Film Festival... Read full article
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Barbarella: That may be true, Your Majesty, but let's just stick to what we see.
Robert: [standing outside looking at the ocean] I used to love to look at he ocean, walk by it, just sit and listen to it. Now I don't care if I ever see it again.
Gloria Beatty: That, or anything else.
Robert: What are you gonna do know? Try in the movies again?
Gloria Beatty: No. I'd never make it. And maybe it wouldn't make no difference, even if I did. Maybe it's just the whole damn world is like central casting: They got it all rigged before you ever show up.
Robert: I know what you mean. I know just what you mean.
Gloria Beatty: Do you?
Robert: What *are* you gonna do?
Gloria Beatty: I'm gonna get off this merry-go-round. I'm so sick of all sticky things.
Robert: What thing?
Gloria Beatty: Life. And don't give me no sunshine lectures!
Robert: I wasn't going to.
Gloria Beatty: Then what were you looking at me that way for?
Robert: I wasn't, I was just tryin to see you face.
Gloria Beatty: Well keep looking. And stick around for the end.
[She takes out a gun and tries to shot herself but is not able to do it]
Gloria Beatty: Help me! Oh please, *please*!
Robert: [He takes the gun] Tell me when.
Gloria Beatty: I'm ready.
Robert: [He holds the gun to her temple] Now?
Gloria Beatty: Now.
[He shoots her]
Jed: Ma'am, I can understand your objection to rustlin' - a girl with your background and gentle upbringing - but it's the only way we can raise money.
Cat: No it's not.
Clay Boone: Well, what do you think we ought to do that's fittin' and proper?
Cat: Rob a train.
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