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April 25, 2020

Beautiful Color Photos of Jane Fonda and Family in 1969

In August 1965, Jane Fonda married her first husband, French screenwriter and film director Roger Vadim. They had a daughter, Vanessa Vadim, born in 1968, named after English actress Vanessa Redgrave. Below are 19 vintage color photographs capture the actress spending time with her family in 1969:

With husband Roger Vadim and new-born daughter Vanessa.

With Henry Fonda. (Douglas Kirkland)

With husband Roger Vadim, father Henry Fonda, and brother Peter Fonda. (Douglas Kirkland)

With husband Roger Vadim. (Douglas Kirkland)

Feeding daughter Vanessa. (Douglas Kirkland)
With daughter Vanessa. (Douglas Kirkland)

With husband Roger Vadim talking on the threshold of her office in their home. (Patrice Habans)

With husband Roger Vadim in his office in their home. (Patrice Habans)

Feeding daughter Vanessa yogurt in the kitchen of their home. (Patrice Habans)

With husband Roger Vadim and daughter Vanessa at their home in the countryside near Houdan and 80km from Paris. (Patrice Habans)

With husband Roger Vadim and daughter Vanessa in a cart pulled by a pony in the garden of their home. (Patrice Habans)

Close look. (Patrice Habans)

Surrounded by dogs, in the garden with husband Roger Vadim and daughter Vanessa. (Patrice Habans)

Sitting on a stone wall. (Patrice Habans)

With husband Roger Vadim and daughter Vanessa at their home. (Patrice Habans)

Kissing daughter Vanessa on the cheek, Central Park, New York. (Paul Slade)

Daughter Vanessa Vadim in her arms, holding a balloon, two lamas approaching, Central Park, New York. (Paul Slade)

Daughter Vanessa sitting on her shoulders, Central Park, New York. (Paul Slade)

Feeding a goat with daughter Vanessa in her arms, Central Park, New York. (Paul Slade)




4 comments:

  1. Hanoi Jane remains to this day a treasonous, liberal centrist, leftist, bloviator of the first magnitude. Kids these days would simply pass her off as a bitch but that is too kind. She hurt our soldiers in Vietnam by crossing over to side with the enemy and my generation will never forgive or forget her actions.

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    1. You know who hurt US soldiers, asshole? The people who sent them to invade a country thousands of miles from their homes. If the Vietnamese had invaded your country, you'd be singing the praises of someone from Vietnam supporting your struggle against them.

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  2. the guy who owns this site is vietnamese
    so don't expect him to recognize the truth in what you say
    to him she is probably a national hero

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  3. Blah...blah...blah... have a heart, the war is over, get over it!

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