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What kept Henry Fonda and James Stewart friends for 50 years? 11/20/17, via Washington Post

[Henry Fonda, a parched and withdrawn American icon]. Did the two men share theory and practice along the way, or were they each other's accidental bystanders? That Eyman fails to answer the query may only mean that it's unanswerable. We know that

Henry Fonda receiving an Ex officio Oscar®

Robert Redford presenting an ex officio Oscar® to Henry Fonda ("On Golden Pond," "Mister Roberts," "The Grapes of Wrath") the consummate actor, .




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I 've not in the least cried at a funeral. This revelation came to me this morning after I recalled reading that Hitler loved watching Snow White and the seven Dwarfs. Both facts to me are mildly surprising, especially as I always scheme that Hitler was more of a Gone With The Wind kind of guy. Yes, I have never cried at a funeral. I have never found myself naked in pubic either, which, when you think of it , is more or less the same emotional attachment. I also have have been called to Jury service, which is a real pisser. I have always thought I would rather suit than linen jacket Henry Fonda kept taking on and off in Twelve On the warpath Men. I have never eaten Haggis or oysters. Or ever had fight in the street. and I have never once been on a protest march and waved a suitably ribald placard at the authorities. I have at no time slept in a tent or had a shit in the woods. And I have not seen a hedgehog close up since I was 13. I have never read Dickens, Proust or Chekhov. I have in no way been to Madame Tussauds, The Tower Of London or The Royal Albert Hall. And have never waltzed with gay abandon on the sprung floor of the Blackpool bop ballroom. I never said " I love you" to my parents. And I never heard them utter the phrase back to me. And I have never cried at a funeral. I was called for jury occupation for the first time last week. I'll be 70 in four months. I have never cried at a funeral either, but having Vera Lynn yodel "We'll meet again" at my mom's funeral last year came pretty close as a picture of my mom and dad in uniform flashed up. And if you have never read Dickens I judge sorry for you. We had to read that at 11 in school so how did you get away with it. Likewise I had never said "I love you" to my parents but it didn't matter because we all knew it. However I visited my dad in June 2005. He had Alzheimer's and I knew I would... So as all left I went back into his room, kissed him and told him how much I loved him - and I'm so glad I did because he died a month later. she's late as usual. The aftermost couple of Christmases I've read Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" aloud to my husband in the evening. We always watch George C. Scott in the talkie version every year, too, and it's fun to read Jacob Marley's admonitions to Scrooge and envision Frank Finlay's delightfully chilling portrayal:. “But you were always a commodities man of business, Jacob,' faltered Scrooge, who now began to apply this to himself. ' cried the Ghost, wringing its hands again. "Mankind was my subject. charity, mercy, forbearance, and benevolence, were, all, my business. The deals of my trade were but a drop of water in the comprehensive ocean of my business. You have under no circumstances slept in a tent. Oh my poor poor John. I also surmise that therefore you have never been to an open air festival. Never mind, both are devised to give you limit discomfort with minimum effort. It takes a brave man - not that I congratulate you on your achievement - to admit (in public) to never having read Dickens. Few people "infer from" Proust. I have never found myself naked in pubic (thank the dogs and cats. I have been called to jury duty (once). you are not missing anything by not eating crap like haggis or oysters. or reading wearying authors like dickens. tents, hedgehogs and outdoor shits are to be missed. I have been to The Tower of London. I've cried at several funerals. But, if a in the nuddy beach counts, I've been naked in public. Haggis, street fight, Proust, Tower of London (inside), Royal Albert vestibule, Blackpool, "love you" from my father. Will be in London again this week and plan to remove Tower and Royal Albert Hall from my "never" tabulation. And, although, I've cried at funerals, I didn't cry at my mother's, who lived long enough for us to finally say "I love you" to each other. I have been to the Albert Hall, Tussauds and the Tower of London, I have been Blackpool Ascend, but not to dance. I have slept in a tent with all the attendant.

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