In the opening segments of this entry in Turner Classic Movies' interview series, host Robert Osborne talks about how nervous he was approaching someone like Jane Fonda because, quite often, she never discussed her movies but instead just her personal or political life. It's a great thing that Fonda agreed to discuss her acting career because it turned into a great hour of entertainment. With Fonda's political career you almost forget how many great movies she made with so many great actors. CAT BALLOU, THE CHASE, BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, KLUTE, BARBARELLA, COMING HOME, ON GOLDEN POND and THE CHINA SYNDROME are just some of the titles Fonda talks about. Many great stories are told throughout the interview but the highlight is certainly her talking about ON GOLDEN POND with her father Henry Fonda and Katharine Hepburn. She tells many great stories here and you can help but feel sorry for her due to a couple of the stories she tells about her father. Her emotions certainly shine through while talking about this film and it reminds me why I love the film so much.
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