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Jane Fonda's take on directors of her memorable films
Jane Fonda's take on directors of her memorable films

During her 54-year film career, Jane Fonda has been directed by such diverse filmmakers as her first husband, Roger Vadim (1966's "The Game Is Over," 1968's "Barbarella"); Sydney Pollack (1969's "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?," 1979s "The Electric Horseman"); Alan J. Pakula (1971's "Klute," 1978's "Comes a Horseman," 1981's "Rollover"), Fred Zinnemann (1977's "Julia") and Hal Ashby (1978's "Coming Home"). Here's what she has to say about working with each: • Vadim made Fonda into a sex symbol in a series of four films, most notably the camp sci-fi classic "Barbarella." "It was very sexy," Fonda said of working with him. "There was a lushness and a sensuality about his...

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