Henry Fonda (1905-1982) was an Eagle Scout in Troop 42 from Omaha who led a successful 50 year acting career on stage, movies and television. He served with distinction (winning a Bronze Star and a Presidential citation) in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Some of his most famous roles were in "Grapes of Wrath," "Mr Roberts," "Twelve Angry Men," and "On Golden Pond," for which he received an Oscar. In 1978 he was given a Life Achievement Award by the American Film Institute.
The Maldives issued a set of postage stamps on Great Western movie stars, to include Henry Fonda.
Henry earned the beekeeping merit badge.