Peter Fonda, John Wayne and Henry Fonda

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Peter Fonda, John Wayne and Henry Fonda
Circa March 1, 1978, Peter Fonda, John Wayne, and Henry Fonda happily cut the fool during the “AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda” two-hour CBS telecast held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, and ultimately broadcast a few weeks later on March 15. In between the youngest Fonda and the Duke is Pat Stacy, the secretary and final companion of Wayne, who would succumb to stomach cancer a mere 15 months later. Father and son finally collaborated onscreen in a brief vignette in “Wanda Nevada,” a contemporary 1979 western with comedic overtones directed by Peter Fonda and costarring Brooke Shields as the titular heroine. Image Credit: Photography by Ron Galella / WireImage / Getty Images

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