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  • Thus RKO pictures of the mid- and late forties offered Bing Crosby, Henry Fonda, and others who were out of the studio's price range for extended contracts.RKO Pictures-Wikipedia
  • Home Box Office distributed its first film immediately after the sports event: the 1971 film Sometimes a Great Notion, starring Paul Newman and Henry Fonda.HBO-Wikipedia
  • Ford's next film, the biopic Young Mr Lincoln (1939) starring Henry Fonda, was less successful than Stagecoach, attracting little critical attention and winning no awards.John Ford-Wikipedia
  • Jane Fonda had purchased the screen rights for her father, actor Henry Fonda, and Hepburn sought to play opposite him in the role of quirky Ethel Thayer.Katharine Hepburn-Wikipedia
  • This was the only film of Hitchcock to star Henry Fonda, playing a Stork Club musician mistaken for a liquor store thief, who is arrested and tried for robbery while his wife (Vera Miles) emotionally collapses under the strain.Alfred Hitchcock-Wikipedia
  • An actress herself and a theater administrator, she helped Henry Fonda begin his acting career.Marlon Brando-Wikipedia

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