Henry Jaynes Fonda

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Henry Fonda next played Winter stock in East Orange, New Jersey ([http://www.amazon.com/gp/sitbv3/reader?asin=0313265712&pageID=S00N&checkSum=vg5jWBA/lHeslFozQmNTPcSX9IzEXv%20YoWKPvAKepqw= Sweeney, page 9]).  He then had a role in the Broadway play ''Forsaking All Others'' which opened 1 Mar 1933.  Desperate for work he took a job as a florist's assistant ([http://www.amazon.com/gp/sitbv3/reader?asin=0313265712&pageID=S00N&checkSum=vg5jWBA/lHeslFozQmNTPcSX9IzEXv%20YoWKPvAKepqw= Sweeney, p9]).  "His mood wasn't helped by the news that his ex-wife had just been cast in a Hollywood film ''Just Yesterday'' (1933) ([http://www.amazon.com/gp/sitbv3/reader?asin=0313265712&pageID=S00N&checkSum=vg5jWBA/lHeslFozQmNTPcSX9IzEXv%20YoWKPvAKepqw= Sweeney, p9]) Some sources report that Fonda was also this year in ''All Good Americans'', but the cast list [http://www.ibdb.com/production.php?id=11804 here at the Internet Broadway Database] does not show that.  And a 5 Dec 1933 article in the ''New York Times'' mentions that he is rehearsing in the play ''Love Story'', but it's not clear that he actually appeared.  The date of this article is the same date that ''All Good Americans'' opened on Broadway, which makes it fairly doubtful that he could have been in that play.
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Henry Fonda next played Winter stock in East Orange, New Jersey.  He then had a role in the Broadway play ''Forsaking All Others'' which opened 1 Mar 1933.  Desperate for work he took a job as a florist's assistant.  "His mood wasn't helped by the news that his ex-wife had just been cast in a Hollywood film ''Just Yesterday'' (1933) ([http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0313265712/102-9279843-7223326?ie=UTF8&tag=countyh-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=1789&creativeASIN=0313265712 Sweeney, page 9])
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Some sources report that Fonda was also this year in ''All Good Americans'', but the cast list [http://www.ibdb.com/production.php?id=11804 here at the Internet Broadway Database] does not show that.  And a 5 Dec 1933 article in the ''New York Times'' mentions that he is rehearsing in the play ''Love Story'', but it's not clear that he actually appeared.  The date of this article is the same date that ''All Good Americans'' opened on Broadway, which makes it fairly doubtful that he could have been in that play.
  
 
===1934===
 
===1934===

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