Here Are Some of the Best Jane Fonda Movies, Ever. Do You Agree?
Jane Fonda is everyone's favorite movie star from the 20th century. She was practically unstoppable, starring is many films from drama, to comedy, to action and more. She is a two-time Oscar winner and has also been nominated for many other prestigious awards.
Fonda has also made some more recent movies, proving that she's still got her spark. Not to mention, she hasn't aged a bit! Which Fonda films will always have a special place in your heart?
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In this thriller, Jane Fonda stars as Bree Daniel, a New York City call girl who gets mixed up in an investigation into the disappearance of a business executive. She falls in love with Detective John Klute (Donald Sutherland) and the two must figure out who is after her before it's too late.
On Golden Pond (1981)
Chelsea (Jane Fonda) visits her parents at Golden Pond with her new fiancée and his teenage son, Billy (Doug McKeon) on their way to Europe. After leaving Billy there, she returns in an attempt to repair the long-strained relationship with her aging father before it's too late.
9 to 5 (1980)
In this office satire, three female secretaries decide to get revenge on their sexist boss by abducting him and running the business themselves. Of course, the plan doesn't go as expected.
In this action/adventure film, Barbarella (Jane Fonda) roams 41st-century space with her blind guardian angel, Pygar (John Phillip Law).
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
In the midst of the Great Depression, manipulative emcee Rocky (Gig Young) enlists contestants for a dance marathon offering a $1,500 cash prize. Gloria Beatty (Jane Fonda) is among the group, and things heat up as the competition drags on.
The China Syndrome (1979)
A news reporter (Jane Fonda) and her cameraman (Michael Douglas) are unintentional witnesses to a SCRAM incident, an emergency core shutdown procedure at a nuclear power plant in California. However, another catastrophe is on the horizon and the planet is under threat of an atomic disaster.
Cat Ballou (1965)
When hired gun Tim Strawn (Lee Marvin) kills her rancher father, Cat Ballou (Jane Fonda) becomes an outlaw set on vengeance. In this comedic musical, she enlists the help of an unlikely pair to target the assassin.
Barefoot In The Park (1967)
Newlyweds Corie Bratter (Jane Fonda), a free spirit, and Paul (Robert Redford), an uptight lawyer, share a sixth-floor apartment in Greenwich Village. After Corie sets her lonely mother up with a neighbor, Corie and Paul's marriage becomes rocky.
Coming Home (1978)
Sally Hyde (Jane Fonda) falls in love with Luke Martin (Jon Voight), a disabled veteran whom she meets while volunteering at a veterans hospital. However, Sally's husband unexpectedly returns from serving in Vietnam, and she must make a decision between the two men.
Charlotte (Jennifer Lopez) falls in love with Dr. Kevin Fields (Michael Vartan) and he decides to pop the question. However, Kevin's mother, Viola (Jane Fonda) isn't too thrilled about the new family member, seeing Charlotte as her new competition.