Dying can make a man angry. I've been dying for 67 years now. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
When Easy Rider came out I was 7. At the age of 9 I bought my first 2-wheeler, a lime green Sears 3.5 HP mini bike. The first of many motorcycles. Easy Rider was cool!
I've never had a high opinion of him or his work either but as a human being I'll give him a "bon voyage" and a prayer for his immortal soul.
You know, when it comes to politics, I'm a bit of a Centrist. But that Fonda bunch went too far left. And Wolfie's big brother served in the mud and blood of Vietnam, so dear Jane is definitely not on my Christmas list. :mad:
I just wonder why he didn't move out of the USA, Like a lot of them actors ( so called ) was to do ; )
Never saw any of his movies, most likely never will. Thought his father was great though.
Only a sick slimeball could wish what he did on an innocent 12 year old kid.
Saw Easy Rider in Oceanside, Ca. while attending schools battalion at Camp Pendleton in March 1970. Though it became a cultural iconic movie at the end of the 60's, it wasn't something I'd have wasted time watching again.
Both main actors really did nothing for me throughout their careers.
They say one shouldn't speak ill of the dead, and if you have nothing good to say then don't say anything. So I won't.
The Fonda children rode high on their father's name and disgraced it quite profoundly. But, that's just my opinion.
I'm not a Jane Fonda fan at all and little to no use for her, but everyone should watch this video so they at least know the truth about some things concerning her. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tlc3iy32qjs