Henry Fonda's performances helped define "American" in the twentieth century. He was a Broadway legend. He fought in World War II and was loved the world over. Yet much of his life was rage and struggle. Was he a man of integrity, worthy of the heroes he played? What shadowed his life and art? McKinney's Fonda is dark, complex, and fascinating - a product of glamour and acclaim, early losses, and Midwestern demons.