Jane Fonda: married to Roger Vadim 1965-1973. Vadim films: La ronde (1964), La curée (1966), Barbarella (1968)
The American Film Institute‘s Board of Trustees selected Jane Fonda (born 1937) to receive the 42nd AFI Life Achievement Award, the highest honor for a career in film. … Fonda’s early screen roles revealed a talent for light comedy in wellcrafted adaptations of Broadway plays like PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT (1962), SUNDAY IN NEW YORK (1963), ANY WEDNESDAY (1966) and BAREFOOT IN THE PARK (1967), in which she played variations of the all-American girl. Her musical Western CAT BALLOU (1965) delighted critics like Bosley Crowther, who called her “a big-eyed, big-hearted grown-up child, a veritable Little Mary Sunshine.” In BARBARELLA (1968), directed by husband Roger Vadim and based on a comic strip from his native France, Fonda went from light to zero gravity, becoming the sex symbol of the space age.
Ali MacGraw, Katharine Ross. Natalie Wood, Jane Fonda, Raquel Welch, Lana Wood, Connie Stevens, Inger Stevens, Sue Lyon, Sharon Tate, Candice Bergen, Stella Stevens, Lee Remick, Yvette Mimieux, Elizabeth Montgomery, Faye Dunaway, Anne Francis, Jean Seberg, Carroll Baker, Janet Leigh, Debbie Reynolds, Ann-Margret, Grace Kelly, Jayne Mansfield