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Ive played Henry Fondas mother so often that, whenever we run into each other, I call him son and he calls me Ma, just t
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"I've played Henry Fonda's mother so often that, whenever we run into each other, I call him 'son' and he calls me 'Ma', just to save time"

- Jane Darwell

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Jane Darwell between October 15, 1879 and August 13, 1967. She was a famous Actress from USA.

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