The 75-year-old Oscar-nominated screenwriter and actor sat down with THR’s Scott Feinberg for a wide-ranging, hour-long conversation.

As hard as it is to believe, Peter Fonda — one of the key faces of 1960s counter-culture, particularly through the iconic film Easy Rider, which he co-wrote and stars in — is now 75 years old, only two years younger than his legendary father, Henry Fonda, was when he passed away in 1982. Peter is wearing his years better — whereas Henry seemed like an old man at this age, Peter is energetic, trim and, with his tight jeans, leather jacket and shades, looks like he’s ready for another cross-country motorcycle ride. But when he joined me for an hour-long interview at the TCM Classic Film Festival last week, the resemblance was still undeniable: this was Henry Fonda’s boy….

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