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List of Jane Fonda Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. On Golden Pond (1981)
64
9
On Golden Pond
PG
64
9

A young woman Chelsea visits her aging father Norman Thayer, and attempts to repair their long-strained relationship before it’s too late.

Role:
Chelsea Thayer Wayne
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Henry Fonda, Troy Garity, Doug McKeon, Dabney Coleman
Directed By:
Mark Rydell
2. Cat Ballou (1965)
43
12
Cat Ballou
43
12

Cat Ballou returns home and faces several difficulties after finding out that her father’s ranch is being  targeted by a development corporation. She eventually decides to hire a notorious gunman in order to protect her father’s property.

Role:
Cat Ballou
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Dwayne Hickman, Michael Callan, Nat 'King' Cole
Directed By:
Elliot Silverstein
3. Klute (1971)
41
9
Klute
R
41
9

Tom Gruneman, an executive working for a chemical company in Pennsylvania, goes missing. Although the police try to find him, they eventually fail and eventually detective John Klute is hired to investigate the disappearance. Klute has only one lead: a prostitute. However, he is unaware of the fact that her life is in danger as well.

Role:
Bree Daniels
Starring:
Donald Sutherland, Jean Stapleton, Roy Scheider, Charles Cioffi, Dorothy Tristan
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
4. Nine to Five (1980)
46
8
Nine to Five
PG
46
8

Judy, Violet, and Doralee are fed-up with their egotistical, hypocritical, sexist, bigot boss, Franklin Hart, and his humiliating, condescending behavior, so they decide to get back at him. After kidnapping and tying him up in his own house, they take over the office, making administrative changes that boost productivity. When they discover Hart’s embezzlement, they start digging out evidence.

Role:
Judy Bernly
Starring:
Dolly Parton, Lily Tomlin, Sterling Hayden, Dabney Coleman, Dolly Parton
Directed By:
Colin Higgins
5. Barefoot in the Park (1967)
40
8
Barefoot in the Park
40
8

Barefoot in the Park is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of Corie, a free spirited young girl who gets married to a conservative young lawyer named Paul. However, their differences in opinion lead to discord.

Role:
Corie Bratter
Starring:
Robert Redford, Doris Roberts, Charles Boyer, Herb Edelman, Mildred Natwick
Directed By:
Gene Saks
6. Julia (1977)
40
5
Julia
PG
40
5

Julia is a drama film which revolves around two friends Julia and Lillian, living during the time of the Second World War. After they meet in Russia after a long time, they plan to smuggle funds into Nazi Germany, to aid the anti-Nazi movement.

Role:
Lillian
Directed By:
Fred Zinnemann
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama, BAFTA Award for Best Actress
7. Coming Home (1978)
34
8
Coming Home
R
34
8

Sally Hyde, the wife of a Vietnam sailor Bob, volunteers at a local veterans hospital to keep herself occupied. She meets Luke Martin there, a wheelchair-bound vet and soon their friendship grows in love. However, as Bob returns unexpectedly, she is at the crossroads, as she has to make a choice.

Role:
Sally Hyde
Starring:
Directed By:
Hal Ashby
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
8. Our Souls at Night (2017)
36
8
Our Souls at Night
36
8

In a small city named Holt in Colorado, two of the residents Louis, a widower and Addie, a widow, have been neighbors for a long time, but they hardly know each other. One night Louis is visited by Addie, who suggests that they spend time together, so that they can get rid of their loneliness. Although Louis is hesitant initially, eventually he agrees and spends their evenings and nights at her house.

Role:
Addie Moore
Directed By:
Ritesh Batra
9. Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding (2011)
24
11
Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding
R
24
11

Diane is a lawyer in New York City, who is devastated after learning that her husband is looking for a divorce. Therefore, along with her two kids, she ventures to upstate New York to stay with her hippie mother. While her kids start gaining a new perspective on life, Diane herself gets close to a man named Jude.

Starring:
Directed By:
Bruce Beresford
10. The Chase (1966)
23
5
The Chase
23
5

The Chase is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of a criminal named Bubber Reeves, who manage to escape from prison. This eventually starts to affect the inhabitants of a small town in Texas. Therefore, Calder the Sheriff decides to capture him and bring him to justice.

Role:
Anna Reeves
Directed By:
Arthur Penn
11. The China Syndrome (1979)
46
12
The China Syndrome
PG
46
12

The China Syndrome is a drama thriller film which tells the story of a reporter who decides to bring an accident at a nuclear plant to the attention of the public. However, she gets herself involved in a big conspiracy.

Role:
Kimberly Wells
Starring:
Michael Douglas, Jack Lemmon, Scott Brady, James Hampton
Directed By:
James Bridges
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Actress
12. Youth (2015)
36
18
Youth
R
36
18

Aged best friends, retired classical composer, Fred Ballinger, and film director, Mick Boyle, are vacationing at a luxury resort in Wiesen. While Mick is trying to write his latest film, Fred is being approached with knighthood and an opportunity to perform in front of Queen Elizabeth II. Circumstances force them to reflect on their lives. 

Starring:
Harvey Keitel, Rachel Weisz, Michael Caine, The Retrosettes, Gabriella Belisario, Laura De Marchi
Directed By:
Paolo Sorrentino
13. Stanley & Iris (1990)
22
6
Stanley & Iris
PG-13
22
6

A friendship blooms between a cook working in a cafeteria, who has been never been able to find love, and a widow who has vowed never to love again. She begins to teach him how to read and write, and in the process, she is able to heal her own broken heart.

Role:
Iris King
Starring:
Swoosie Kurtz, Robert De Niro, Martha Plimpton, Harley Cross
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
14. The Butler (2013)
44
29
The Butler
PG-13
44
29

Loosely based on the life of Eugene Allen, the movie tells the story of African-American Cecil Gaines who went from being an enslaved plantation worker to a butler at the White House in 1957. He becomes a witness to some of America’s most iconic political moments, including the birth of the Civil Rights Act. 

Starring:
Cuba Gooding Jr., Robin Williams, Forest Whitaker, Terrence Howard, Alan Rickman, David Oyelowo, John Cusack
Directed By:
Lee Daniels
15. They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
48
12
They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
M/PG
48
12

This drama film takes us to the time of the Great Depression. The film tells the story of a manipulative emcee named Rocky who enlist several contestants for a dance marathon, offering a cash prize of $ 1,500 to the winner. However, the competition drags on for weeks, and turns out to be inhumanely grueling.

Role:
Gloria
Starring:
Bonnie Bedelia, Bruce Dern, Gig Young, Michael Sarrazin, Red Buttons, Susannah York
Directed By:
16. Barbarella (1968)
41
15
Barbarella
PG
41
15

Barbarella is a science fiction adventure film, which tells the story of Barbarella, an astronaut from the 41st century, who is sent to a distant plan to stop Durand, an evil scientist, who is a threat to humanity’s future.

Role:
Barbarella
Starring:
Anita Pallenberg, Marcel Marceau, Milo O'Shea, John Phillip Law
Directed By:
17. Fathers & Daughters (2015)
17
17
Fathers & Daughters
R
17
17

Jack Davis is an award-winning novelist who lives with his wife and daughter. However, one night, they meet an unfortunate accident, in which his wife passes away. Jake receives severe injuries which causes brain damage, and he undergoes treatment for seven months. His daughter is eventually adopted by her aunt and uncle. Years later, when his daughter Katie grows up, she develops problems of her own in forming relationships.

Starring:
Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried, Aaron Paul, Diane Kruger, Bruce Greenwood, Quvenzhané Wallis
Directed By:
Gabriele Muccino
18. Les félins (1964)
13
3
Les félins
13
3
Role:
Melinda
Starring:
Alain Delon, Sorrell Booke, Lola Albright, Carl Studer
Directed By:
René Clément
19. This Is Where I Leave You (2014)
41
30
This Is Where I Leave You
R
41
30

When Mort Altman passes away, his last wish makes his four grown-up children stay together for a week at their family-home. As the four siblings with totally different personalities, who are not much in touch, reconnect with each other amidst their spouses, exes and free-speaking mother, they come to terms with their past and present relationships, with support of their loved ones.

Role:
Hilary Altman
Starring:
Jason Bateman, Adam Driver, Rose Byrne, Tina Fey, Abigail Spencer, Connie Britton, Corey Stoll
Directed By:
Shawn Levy
20. All Together (2011)
19
8
All Together
19
8
Role:
Jeanne
Starring:
Geraldine Chaplin, Daniel Brühl, Guy Bedos, Claude Rich
Directed By:
Stéphane Robelin
21. Agnes of God (1985)
35
8
Agnes of God
PG-13
35
8

A young nun is found with a dead infant in her convent quarters. It is suspected that she killed her own newborn, and therefore a psychiatrist appointed by the court is sent to investigate the case, and find out what actually happened. Her main task is to find out if the nun is actually competent to stand trial for the murder of the baby.

Role:
Doctor Martha Livingston
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Meg Tilly, Anne Pitoniak, Winston Rekert
Directed By:
Norman Jewison
22. Spirits of the Dead (1968)
9
4
Spirits of the Dead
R
9
4

Based on works of Edgar Allan Poe, this anthology horror film tells us three different stories. The first story is about Countess Frédérique, who lives a promiscuous life. She finds herself attracted to Baron Wilhelm, who is her cousin and neighbor, whom she had never before met due to a family feud. However, he rejects her due to her wicked ways, after which she plans revenge. The second story is about an army officer named William Wilson, who decides to confess his crimes to a priest. The last story is about a Shakespearean actor whose career is declining due to his alcoholism.

Role:
Contessa Frederique de Metzengerstein
Starring:
Brigitte Bardot, Peter Fonda, Vincent Price, Alain Delon, Terence Stamp, James Robertson Justice, Brigitte Bardot
23. Tout va bien (1972)
11
4
Tout va bien
11
4
Role:
Suzanne Her
Starring:
Yves Montand, Vittorio Caprioli, Elizabeth Chauvin, Castel Casti
Directed By:
24. Monster-in-Law (2005)
36
18
Monster-in-Law
PG-13
36
18

When aspiring fashion designer, Charlotte Cantilini, accepts Dr.Kevin Field’s marriage proposal she does not realize that she has a competitor in Kevin’s mother Viola. Viola has recently lost her successful career and now she is frightened of losing her son and will do anything to destroy their relationship. Will Charlotte fall in her trap?

Role:
Viola Fields
Starring:
Jennifer Lopez, Wanda Sykes, Will Arnett, Elaine Stritch, Michael Vartan
Directed By:
Robert Luketic
25. The Electric Horseman (1979)
22
5
The Electric Horseman
PG
22
5

Sonny, a rodeo star is being hired for an advertisement. When the shoot begins, Sonny gets to know that the horse is being doped to keep it docile. In order to protect the horse from being drugged, Sonny rides away the horse into the desert. 

Role:
Hallie
Starring:
Sydney Pollack, Robert Redford, Valerie Perrine, John Saxon
Directed By:
26. Fun with Dick and Jane (1977)
9
7
Fun with Dick and Jane
PG
9
7
Role:
Jane Harper
Starring:
Fred Willard, Jay Leno, George Segal, Ed McMahon, Dick Gautier, Allan Miller
Directed By:
Ted Kotcheff
27. The Dollmaker (1984)
15
6
The Dollmaker
15
6
Role:
Gertie Nevels
Starring:
Levon Helm, Amanda Plummer, Geraldine Page, Ann Hearn, Susan Kingsley
Directed By:
Daniel Petrie
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special
28. Luck (2022)
11
6
Luck
U
11
6
Role:
Dragon
Starring:
Simon Pegg, Whoopi Goldberg, Colin O’Donoghue
29. Comes a Horseman (1978)
9
4
Comes a Horseman
PG
9
4
Role:
Ella Connors
Starring:
Mark Harmon, Jason Robards, James Caan, Jim Davis, George Grizzard
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
30. Walk on the Wild Side (1962)
14
5
Walk on the Wild Side
14
5
Role:
Kitty Tristram / Kitty Twist
Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Laurence Harvey, Anne Baxter, Capucine, Capucine
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
31. Period of Adjustment (1962)
7
7
Period of Adjustment
7
7
Role:
Isabel Haverstick
Starring:
Lois Nettleton, Anthony Franciosa, Jim Hutton, John McGiver
Directed By:
George Roy Hill
32. FTA (1972)
6
11
FTA
R
6
11

FTA is a documentary short film which follows an anti Vietnam war theatrical troupe, named Free Theater Associates, as they perform in several different locations around the Pacific Islands.

Role:
Herself
Starring:
Donald Sutherland, Michael Alaimo, Pamela Donegan, Len Chandler
Directed By:
Francine Parker
33. Better Living Through Chemistry (2014)
9
17
Better Living Through Chemistry
9
17

Better Living through Chemistry is a comedy drama film which tells the story of Doug Varney, a pharmacist, who is in an unhappy marriage with Kara, who is obsessed with fitness. Meanwhile, he is also harassed and bullied by his retired father-in-law. However, Doug’s life  takes a turn when one of his clients, Elizabeth, takes an interest in him, and seduces him.

Role:
Pharmacy Customer
Starring:
Sam Rockwell, Ray Liotta, Olivia Wilde, Michelle Monaghan, Olivia Wilde
Directed By:
Geoff Moore, David Posamentier
34. California Suite (1978)
20
4
California Suite
PG
20
4
Role:
Hannah Warren
Starring:
Maggie Smith, Richard Pryor, Alan Alda, Elaine May, James Coburn, Walter Matthau, Michael Caine
Directed By:
Herbert Ross
35. The Morning After (1986)
22
8
The Morning After
R
22
8

The Morning After is a mystery thriller film which revolves around a failed alcoholic actress, who wakes up one morning in an unknown apartment, next to a dead body. She is not able to recall anything regarding the previous night. Fearing that she might have committed murder, she flees the scene. She soon realizes that she cannot trust anyone, except a former cop named Turner Kendall.

Role:
Alex Sternbergen
Starring:
Jeff Bridges, Kathy Bates, Raul Julia, Diane Salinger
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
36. Any Wednesday (1966)
7
5
Any Wednesday
7
5

A successful businessman with his office in New York City goes home six days a week; but spends the Wednesday night with his mistress in the executive suit he maintains in the city.  Trouble starts, when his secretary goofs up and sends an out-of-town client looking for a room to the suit. Meanwhile, on hearing about it from the secretary, the boss’s wife decides to visit the suit. 

Role:
Ellen Gordon
Starring:
Jason Robards, Dean Jones, Rosemary Murphy, Ann Prentiss
Directed By:
Robert Ellis Miller
37. A Doll's House (1973)
9
4
A Doll's House
9
4

Nora and her dictatorial, controlling husband, Torvald Helmer, are living an outwardly happy married life. But a past forgery, that she had committed to save her husband, keeps haunting Nora. Now she is being blackmailed for it and she is worried that Torvald would find out. But when he does, outburst of his wrath results in a revelation that shocks Nora. 

Role:
Nora
Starring:
Trevor Howard, David Warner, Edward Fox, Delphine Seyrig
Directed By:
Joseph Losey
38. Sunday in New York (1963)
12
9
Sunday in New York
12
9
Role:
Eileen Tyler
Starring:
Rod Taylor, Cliff Robertson, Robert Culp, Jo Morrow
Directed By:
Peter Tewksbury
39. Lily: Sold Out (1981)
5
13
Lily: Sold Out
5
13
Role:
Wanda
Starring:
Liberace, Lily Tomlin, Melanie Mayron, Harvey Lembeck, Paul Anka
Directed By:
Bill Davis, Tony Charmoli
40. Tall Story (1960)
10
4
Tall Story
10
4

June Ryder is bent on marrying college basketball star, Ray Blent, eventually making him fall for her. He finally proposes to her; but they do not have money to set up a home. At this juncture, he receives an offer via radio message from a gambling syndicate to lose a key game. Because he does not want to lose the game deliberately he must find other ways out.     

Role:
June Ryder
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Ray Walston, Robert Redford, Anne Jackson, Marc Connelly
Directed By:
Joshua Logan
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer - Female
41. Hurry Sundown (1967)
11
4
Hurry Sundown
11
4

In rural Georgia, bigoted, greedy Henry Warren and his wife Julie Ann plan to sell their land but to do so they need to sell two adjoining lands. When the landowners, Reeve and Rad form an alliance against Henry, a desperate Henry resolves to heinous tactics including involving the KKK to get what he wants. 

Role:
Julie Ann Warren
Starring:
Faye Dunaway, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Diahann Carroll, Robert Reed, Michael Caine, John Phillip Law, Robert Hooks
Directed By:
42. La curée (1966)
13
4
La curée
13
4

Renée, the wife of wealthy industrialist Alexandre Saccard, falls in love with her stepson, when he comes to stay with them after finishing his studies in England. When Renée asks Alexandre for a divorce, he agrees on the condition that she invests all her fortune in his business.  

Role:
Renee Saccard
Starring:
Peter McEnery, Michel Piccoli, Tina Aumont, Jacques Monod
Directed By:
43. Georgia Rule (2007)
13
13
Georgia Rule
R
13
13

Rachel is a promiscuous, rebellious and uncontrollable teenage girl, who is sent by her dysfunctional family to spend the summer with her grandmother. Her grandmother gets her a receptionist job for Dr Simon Ward, and soon, Rachel attempts to seduce him, but he doesn’t show interest. Eventually, Rachel targets another virgin man named Harlan.

Role:
Georgia
Starring:
Dermot Mulroney, Lindsay Lohan, Zachary Gordon, Garrett Hedlund, Laurie Metcalf, Cary Elwes, Felicity Huffman
Directed By:
44. Old Gringo (1989)
14
4
Old Gringo
R
14
4
Role:
Harriet Winslow
Starring:
Gregory Peck, Jimmy Smits, Jenny Gago, Patricio Contreras
Directed By:
Luis Puenzo
45. The Chapman Report (1962)
7
6
The Chapman Report
7
6

Dr. Chapman and his assistant Paul Radford are conducting a nationwide anonymous sex survey on American women, who they believe have too little knowledge about this crucial accept of their life. Adapted from Irving Wallace’s eponymous novel, the film follows the sexual life of four suburban women, focusing on Radford’s involvement with one of them. 

Role:
Kathleen Barclay
Starring:
Lesley Ann Warren, Shelley Winters, Cloris Leachman, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Claire Bloom, Glynis Johns
Directed By:
46. La ronde (1964)
4
11
La ronde
4
11

La Ronda is a French romantic drama film, which portrays several romantic adventures of people of different social backgrounds and status. 

Role:
Sophie / Die 'Junge Frau'
Starring:
Anna Karina, Maurice Ronet, Jean-Claude Brialy, Marie Dubois
Directed By:
47. Rollover (1981)
17
4
Rollover
R
17
4

Lee Winters, an ex-film star, and widow of a murdered petrochemical tycoon, joins forces with financial expert Hubbell Smith, who is examining the liquidity of a bank. As they fall for each other, the two try to hunt for her husband’s murderer and inspect her financial issues, but end up discovering an international monetary conspiracy that could destroy the global financial system.

Role:
Lee Winters
Starring:
Kris Kristofferson, Hume Cronyn, Bob Gunton, Josef Sommer, Hume Cronyn
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
48. The Blue Bird (1976)
4
5
The Blue Bird
G
4
5

In this US-Soviet co-production, peasant kids, Tyltyl and Mytyl, set out to look for the Blue Bird of Happiness to make a young sick girl in the neighbourhood happy. The journey takes the two siblings to the kingdoms of past and future as well as the land of night and luxury. Accompanying them on their journey are human forms of various living and non-living things.

Role:
The Night
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Ava Gardner, Cicely Tyson, Todd Lookinland
Directed By:
49. Steelyard Blues (1973)
4
6
Steelyard Blues
PG
4
6

Maverick demolition derby-enthusiast, Jesse Veldini, is often in the jail which disconcerts his aspiring-politician brother Frank. Jesse reconnects with his old non-conformists friends, and hooker girlfriend Iris, who together decide to escape to a place of freedom using a WWII PBY flying boat. With only 10 days before the seaplane is sold as scrap, they need money to get parts for repairs.

Starring:
Donald Sutherland, Howard Hesseman, Peter Boyle, Mel Stewart
Directed By:
Alan Myerson
50. A String of Beads (1961)
4
6
A String of Beads
4
6
Starring:
Chester Morris, George Grizzard, Janet Blair, Louisa Horton
Directed By:
Fielder Cook
51. In the Cool of the Day (1963)
5
7
In the Cool of the Day
5
7

Although Sam is very devoted and overly protective about his chronically ill wife Christine, their marriage is not working, mainly because she wants a little space. At this juncture, she is introduced to Sam’s co-worker, Murray, who is also unhappy in his marriage. They quickly develop a bond and decide to go for a vacation in Greece. 

Role:
Christine Bonner
Starring:
Peter Finch, Angela Lansbury, Arthur Hill, Constance Cummings
Directed By:
Robert Stevens
52. Book Club (2018)
19
8
Book Club
PG-13
19
8
Starring:
Don Johnson, Diane Keaton, Mary Steenburgen, Alicia Silverstone, Richard Dreyfuss, Ed Begley Jr., Craig T. Nelson
Directed By:
Bill Holderman
53. The Earth Day Special (1990)
5
4
The Earth Day Special
5
4
Starring:
Dennis Miller, Kirstie Alley, Christopher Lloyd, James Brolin, Rodney Dangerfield, Kelsey Grammer, Rhea Perlman
Directed By:
Dwight Hemion, James Burrows, Gerry Cohen, Ted Haimes, Jim Henson

Narrator/Dubbing

Connected (2015)
8
7
Connected
8
7
Role:
Self-help Guru (voice)
Starring:
Pamela Anderson, Dree Hemingway, Patrick Belaga, Elaina Bellis
Directed By:
Luke Gilford

Animation Movies

The Simpsons
19
3
The Simpsons
TV-14
19
3
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Nick Offerman, Jane Krakowski, Danny DeVito, Phil Hartman, Jane Kaczmarek, Ben Stiller
Directed By:
Elena of Avalor
5
3
Elena of Avalor
TV-Y
5
3
Starring:
Ariel Winter, Odette Annable, Tyler Posey, Lou Diamond Phillips, Mario Lopez, Danny Trejo, Chris Parnell

TV Shows

The Newsroom
20
5
The Newsroom
TV-MA
20
5
Starring:
Jeff Daniels, Alison Pill, Dev Patel, Jesse Eisenberg, Paul Lieberstein, David Harbour, Sam Waterston
Directed By:
Grace and Frankie
18
3
Grace and Frankie
TV-MA
18
3
Role:
Grace Hanson
Starring:
Rita Moreno, Martin Sheen, Sam Elliott, Sam Waterston, Ed Begley Jr., Swoosie Kurtz, Lily Tomlin
Directed By:
9 to 5
6
3
9 to 5
6
3
Starring:
Jeffrey Tambor, Fran Drescher, Rita Moreno, Sally Struthers, Valerie Curtin, Rachel Dennison
Directed By:
Michael Lessac, Burt Brinckerhoff, Noam Pitlik, Peter Bonerz, Peter Baldwin

Special Appearance/Cameo

Leonard Part 6 (1987)
3
12
Leonard Part 6
PG
3
12

Leonard Parker used to be a CIA agent, and he was sent on very dangerous missions. However, he eventually decides to retire from his profession, and begin a new life as a restaurant owner.  He still misses his adventures of the past, and his life takes a turn and he is forced out of retirement when an evil genius named Medusa Johnson threatens the world with her army of killer animals.  

Role:
Jane Fonda (uncredited)
Starring:
Bill Cosby, Tom Courtenay, Moses Gunn, Joe Don Baker, Pat Colbert
Directed By:
Paul Weiland

Jane Fonda Awards

Academy Awards
Coming Home Best Actress in a Leading Role 1979
Klute Best Actress in a Leading Role 1972
Golden Globe Awards
Winner World Film Favorite - Female 1980
Coming Home Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama 1979
Winner World Film Favorite - Female 1979
Julia Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama 1978
Winner World Film Favorite - Female 1973
Klute Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama 1972
Tall Story Most Promising Newcomer - Female 1962
Primetime Emmy Awards
The Dollmaker Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special 1984
People's Choice Awards
Winner Favorite Motion Picture Actress 1983
Winner Favorite Motion Picture Actress 1982
Winner Favorite Motion Picture Actress 1981
Winner Favorite Motion Picture Actress 1980
BAFTA Awards
The China Syndrome Best Actress 1980
Julia Best Actress 1979